Choosing the Right Interior Design Features

For London homeowners, having fitted wardrobes installed is an ideal storage solution as well as a great way to make your living space neat and attractive, but choosing the style, materials and finishes that best suit your existing decor is only the start of the design process – the interior features will determine just how organised your room can be.
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The Pros of Having a Bespoke Fitted Wardrobe Over a Shop Bought One

It is very easy to walk into a shop and order a wardrobe ‘off the shelf’, but is this really the best option? The following is a list of examples why it is better to choose a bespoke fitted wardrobe over a ready-made design.
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Choosing the Most Relevant Bespoke Fitted Wardrobes for Your Room

Bespoke fitted wardrobes can offer a number of unique benefits. First, they are quite convenient for those who are obliged to make use of only a limited amount of space. Although this functionality is indeed important, it is necessary to mention that the ability to personalise a specific room cannot be overlooked.

Most people are not completely certain how to select such wardrobes. Thus, briefly examine a handful of the variables that should be taken into account before making a final decision.

Get Custom Fitted Wardrobes and Lose that Bedroom Clutter

When you buy fitted bedroom furniture, it’s not just about buying wall to wall cupboards. In getting custom fitted wardrobes, you’re buying a bespoke storage system which has been designed to blend with the shape and size of your bedroom, providing the maximum possible storage space for your particular wardrobe requirements.

Take an Inventory

Before contacting your local UK fitted wardrobes company take an inventory of your wardrobe. If it’s all about her, then you need to list dresses, skirts, coats, jackets, jeans, casual tops, underwear and of course shoes and boots.
If it’s about him, then suits, trousers, jackets, shirts, jeans, tees, shoes and trainers also need to be listed. In fact everything you need to store should be included, summer or winter bedding, spare pillows and pillow-cases, sheets and towels.
With the list completed you now have an idea of how much hanging space you require, and how much shelf, drawer and shoe space is going to be needed.

Bespoke Wardrobes and their Space Advantage

The building of bespoke fitted wardrobes is a whole new experience that people have been enjoying lately. Finding a wardrobe that is just right for your bedroom is not always easy. The needs people have when it comes to wardrobes will vary and that is why the option of getting a bespoke one is so appealing. Custom made wardrobes are very efficient with space and that is one of the primary merits.
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Small Spaces? Consider Bespoke Fitted Wardrobes for Some Extra Space

With the ever increasing cost of building land, new properties tend to be smaller, rooms tend to be smaller, and in many cases storage space almost non-existent. If you’ve always hankered after that fully fitted bedroom to provide the extra storage, but found the idea cost prohibitive, maybe all is not lost. Choosing bespoke fitted wardrobes can provide much of the sought after storage at a significantly lower cost than that of a fully fitted bedroom.

With property in London being divided into greater numbers of smaller flats, companies can provide more storage space than you ever thought possible. Having your wardrobes purpose built allows the designer to make full use of all available space, floor to ceiling, wall to wall, whilst at the same time designing the wardrobe specifically to your requirements.

Imagine the Possibilities: The Different Uses For Fitted Wardrobes

Any modern house, and even many older refitted ones, will normally have some sort of fitted wardrobe system in one or more bedrooms. After all, what’s the point in a standalone cupboard when a natural recess in the wall can house a built-in wardrobe system? Rather than simply using them as a dumping ground for clothes and any old bits and pieces, there are many more constructive uses and possibilities for custom fitted wardrobes.

Entertainment Centres

If all the clothes are tucked away nicely and there’s space available, why not use it to house the TV, the DVD player and the many available media boxes to go with it? A fitted cupboard setup will nearly always be able to accommodate a small “home cinema” in the comfort of the bedroom and it’s a great way to maintain the “natural” look of a bedroom by tucking away the flat screen TV, hiding unsightly cables, and ensuring a good night’s sleep by simply closing the door to the cupboard when done.