A fitted wardrobe can easily and efficiently create more space in your home and they can be custom designed and built to meet your home’s décor needs. If you are looking for more space in your bedroom for clothing, shoes, accessories and more, there are some ways you can get that extra space. You could knock down a wall and build a larger closet which would end up taking space from another room, you could purchase a freestanding wardrobe which would hold your clothing but take up additional space since they are not built in to the room’s layout, or you could choose a fitted wardrobe and make better use of the space you already have and create more space, three times more, to be exact.
Fitted wardrobes are usually the best choice when looking to add more storage space without taking up more floorspace than you have to. Before having a fitted wardrobe installed, there are some things that you need to know. Let’s take a look at some of them:
- You are making an investment
Unlike a freestanding wardrobe, a fitted wardrobe is built into your home and becomes a part of it that you can’t take with you when you move. This investment does add value to your home, however, and is one of the premium features that many UK homebuyers look for.
- Choose from all budget levels
With a fitted wardrobe, you can choose from a wide range of sizes, styles and features to suit your home and your budget. It all depends on what you are looking for and how much you want to spend.
- Recommendations are very useful
Whenever shopping for anything for your home, you should always ask for recommendations and read company reviews before making a purchase. Companies that specialise in fitted wardrobes usually have online reviews from previous customers and an online portfolio of projects they have already completed.
- Future proof your wardrobe
Since a fitted wardrobe becomes an integral part of your home, you want to make sure that you future proof it. This means ensuring that it can grow you’re your needs and that it has the space you need for expansion.
- Doors make a difference
The doors of your fitted wardrobe are important. Choosing doors that are optimal for your room can make opening and closing them, even in tight space, much easier. If you’re short on space, opt for sliding or bi-fold doors and smaller bedrooms can benefit from mirrored doors which give the illusion of more space.
- Made to measure
If your home has special features such as coving or skirting boards, a custom fitted wardrobe can be designed to include those features are fit flush against them providing a tailor-made finish.
To learn more about fitted wardrobes, contact the UK’s leading supplier of fitted wardrobes, Metro Wardrobes, today. They will provide a no-obligation consultation and design a fitted wardrobe that suits your needs and your home.
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