An Insight Into Fitted Wardrobes

An Insight Into Fitted Wardrobes

So are you thinking about getting your very own fitted wardrobe? In truth, it’s never ‘just’ a wardrobe… A fitted wardrobe is the one of the first things you see in the morning and one of the last things you see before you sleep, so you are going to want to make sure you make the right choice.

For those that don’t already know, a fitted wardrobe is a type of wardrobe that is already fixed to the walls of a property which means it blends in exceptionally. One of the main benefits of getting a fitted wardrobe is the amount of space it saves you. Property’s in the UK are getting smaller so its best to get a fitted wardrobe to save space. It’s a fact that you can actually increase your storage space by around 50% with a fitted wardrobe instead of your normal free standing one.

There are three main types of fitted wardrobes. These are: sliding doors, pivot doors and bi-fold doors. Wardrobe designs range from traditional two-door robes, wall-to-wall executive suites, to smaller alcove closets.

Fitted wardrobes are the “in thing” at the moment and their popularity isn’t about to stop any time soon. Fitted wardrobes add style and beauty to your room in a unique way. When thinking about fitted wardrobes it gets our creative juices flowing with excitement. Wardrobes have always been one of the main features of a room and a feature that can make or break your overall design. Don’t jump straight in when buying a fitted wardrobe. There are many things you need to research before you make the purchase such as the size of the wardrobe, the quality of material, internal space, color and the exterior fittings.

Thinking about and designing your ideal bedroom is a very big step, so you need to plan carefully. Off-course you want it to look stylish, but even more importantly your room must be practical so that it is easy for you to use and enjoy.

When it comes to colours and materials, the word is your oyster. You can choose from bold designs that incorporate black and red geometric patterns or you can also go more mainstream and choose from a range of natural wood colours. With these type of custom made wardrobes, you have tons of options and the opportunity to be your own designer. That doesn’t mean you have to be creative. There are thousands of creative designs on the market that can be tailored to your needs.

Getting a high quality fitted wardrobe should be one of the first things you look for. You should remember that the highest quality fitted wardrobes aren’t necessarily the dearest. There are many deals out there if you shop around. When it comes to longevity, many fitted wardrobes are guaranteed for around 10 years. In many cases these guarantees include wardrobe doors, running systems, accessories and interiors.

Getting a fitted wardrobe at allows you to decorate your home the way you want it. You can match your wardrobe to the color or general style of your home. Let’s face it, beds tend to take up a lot of space in the bedroom, so having a fitted wardrobe can save you space and make your bedroom seem more spacious.

A fantastic benefit of fitted wardrobes is you can maximize your floor space. As mentioned, may UK homes are compact so you don’t want to let any space go to waste. That being said you should remember that fitted wardrobes also look superb in larger, more spacious areas also.

If you’re like many people in the UK and proud of your home, you will naturally want to improve it. Buying fitted furniture is a very good way to add value to your property. A fitted wardrobe adds great character to a room. Using your space smartly is a great way to add value to a property.

Finding the right bespoke fitted wardrobe is done by taking measurements of the free space available in your room. Don’t worry if you have a strange shaped room as even the most awkward areas can be accommodated. When you have got your space sorted you can add features to your wardrobe such as shelving, mirrors and safes.

The good thing about custom-built wardrobes is that you are in control. This means that the eventual cost of your fitted wardrobes is very much in your hands. In general you can expect to pay from £900.00 to £1,700 for a standard two-door alcove wardrobe. If you want a wardrobe that’s a little more fancy, you could be talking about two to three thousand pounds and beyond.


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