5 things you need to know about Fitted Wardrobes!
Fitted wardrobes are the perfect solution to instantly create more space in your bedroom. They can also be tailored to your room and built around your lifestyle.
If you desperately need more storage space in your bedroom, you’re not alone. And Freestanding wardrobes compound the problem because they don’t make the most of space or allow for customisation.
Built-in wardrobes are a simple way to boost your bedroom storage, instantly creating more space, up to three times more space to be exact, and are available in different sizes and finishes.
So what are the main points you need to be aware of when considering Fitted Wardrobes:
1. You’ll get more space
Freestanding wardrobes don’t make the most of your space. With gaps above and to the side, these just end up gathering dust and being filled with knickknacks. But with fitted wardrobes, you can tailor them to fit the full height of the room, and even if a bedroom is an awkward shape, a fitted wardrobe can turn the tightest corner into a workable home for belongings.
2. You’re making an investment
Although you can’t take a fitted wardrobe with you when you move house, it does add to the value of your home, so it is an investment. Storage is always a big plus when selling a home and fitted wardrobes not only look fantastic and streamlined but provide ample storage.
3. Choose from all budget levels
There are always options to suit all budgets with fitted wardrobes, however, if your budget allows, a bespoke solution is a much better choice.
4. Future proofing will keep the look fresh
If you want to keep things simple, choose a company that will manage the work from concept to completion, and that will help with design and installation. This can avoid costly mistakes as well as stress.
Given that fitted wardrobes are a long-lasting solution, it’s essential you choose a future-proofed option that you know will still suit your personal taste in years to come.
5. Doors make a difference
Doors can make a huge difference and so it’s incredibly important that you think about the size and shape of your bedroom. If you’re short on space, opt for sliding or bi-fold doors which limit the amount of room you need to open them.
Mirrored doors are also a great option for smaller bedrooms, creating the illusion of a larger room and provide you with a full-length mirror without using valuable floor space.