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.