What type of bespoke bedroom wardrobe is best for you?September 22, 2015
Your bedroom wardrobe will be the second biggest item in your bedroom, after your bed, so it follows that you will want the best look possible to suit your style. The type of wardrobe each person needs can greatly differ, depending on room size, storage requirements and how many clothes you have. For example, with the rising trend of keeping small capsule wardrobes, many people no longer need the mammoth sized furniture they once had.
We’ve compiled some of the wardrobes available, and why each one may be the best fit for you.
Fitted Bedroom Wardrobes
Fitted bedroom wardrobes are built directly into the room, making them ideal for smaller rooms where you need to utilize all available space. Fitted wardrobes also allow homeowners far greater freedom when designing their bedroom, as storage options can be customised to suit your individual needs. For example, if you have more items to fold and store away than to hang, you can design your wardrobe specifically for you.
Sliding Door Wardrobes
Similarly to standard fitted wardrobes, sliding doors can eliminate the need for more space in order to fit a wardrobe in. Bespoke sliding doors wardrobes are a great option for a room with an alcove or awkward wall space that’s currently wasted. The sliding doors provide a stylish, minimalistic look that can fit into even the smallest of rooms as no space is required for opening the doors outwards.
Mirrored bespoke wardrobes are a great way of adding a touch of glamour to a bedroom, creating the illusion of a bigger and brighter space. The doors means no further wall space is needed for the addition of mirrors, and they can also be designed to slide open to save space.
A free-standing wardrobe is not attached to the wall and can thus be moved. They can come in flat-pack or pre-assembled. However, you must make sure the rail is the correct height for your clothes as even the largest size can be a little short of space inside, hence it is always a great idea to have a bespoke free standing wardrobe.
A walk-in wardrobe is the ultimate luxury, and it comes at a price too. These wardrobes are essentially another room, with enough storage room for the fashionista with a clothes collection to fill it. Bespoke walk-in wardrobes are good options for those who have an unused spare bedroom or a large enough room that could be sectioned out. However, due to the scale of a walk-in wardrobe, this will not be a suitable option for those with limited space.
Fitted Wardrobe Guide
Now that you know more about the different wardrobe possibilities, take a look at our wardrobe guide for more inspiration!
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