You’re fighting for space in your bedroom. Garments are bursting forth from your chest of drawers; your freestanding wardrobe is burgeoning with clothes and endless pairs of shoes litter the floor because there’s nowhere else for them. And yet, look closely enough and you may notice a whole load of space that just isn’t being used. Rather than resigning yourself to living in a jumble sale, maybe all you need to do is to make more efficient use of the space you have.
Contemporary bedrooms are all the rage – search online and you’ll see why. A number of companies can design and build bespoke bedroom furniture to suit your individual requirements. With a host of materials, colours and finishes available, you can try your hand at a bit of interior design and create a completely individual design and look for your bedroom. The good news is that capturing this capacity doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg – there are currently savings of 60% to be had on top quality sale bedrooms online.
It’s all about maximising every available area. As a starting point, you should say goodbye to any inefficient storage options and consider fitted bedroom wardrobes. After all, your wardrobe is one of the most important pieces of furniture in your bedroom. Sloping roofs, awkward corners and inaccessible spaces can all be incorporated within custom-made wardrobes. Consider floor to ceiling fitted cupboards – every last inch of wall space will be used, leaving no unnecessary gaps where your freestanding wardrobe once stood. You’ll find your fitted wardrobes much easier to clean than their predecessors, as dust will no longer become trapped along the top or down the sides.
The versatility and variety of storage options within your fitted wardrobes are endless – it all depends on how you want to use the space. You could choose wardrobes complete with upper and lower hanging rails, tie, scarf and shoe racks, drawers and shelving. You can use the top level to house the things you don’t use all the time, such as suitcases or winter clothes.
Suddenly everything that was formerly homeless will be neatly tucked out of sight, leaving your bedroom with clear floor space and you with a clear mind. Accessorise the wardrobes with extras such as mirrors for a unique look and feel. When it comes to doors, you’ll usually have the option of bi-fold, sliding or hinged – if you’re really tight for turf, opt for the simple, space-saving, sliding door.
When designed properly, fitted wardrobes work well in any bedroom, enabling you to maximise the available space with storage features that suit you. Choose from a vast array of designs and styles and your bedroom really will be the place where dreams are made. Buyers are always looking for storage space, so when you come to sell your house you’ll find that installing fitted wardrobes has been a sound investment.