It's never been easier to have a well-dressed bedroom. The right fitted furniture and a little bit of styling can go a long way. Fitted wardrobes are the perfect bedroom storage solution that can create a stylish and clutter-free space. Read on for some great fitted wardrobe ideas for bedrooms.
Fitted wardrobes are often considered to be expensive, and they can be if they are professionally fitted. This is a perfect option if your budget allows as they will measure the room and make the wardrobes to your exact specification. You can choose how many internal drawers you have, what height you have your hanging rails, include space for shoes - your options are limitless really. Having fitted wardrobes professionally fitted also means that you make the most of all the space and all the hard work is done for you.
Sliding doors work really well on fitted wardrobes. They save a huge amount of space as you don't need to worry about the space taken up by the doors opening. You can also really see what is inside when you have a built in sliding door wardrobe if you opt for doors that slide all the way across. Consider having mirrored sliding doors if you are short of space as you won't need to find a place for a separate full length mirror.
If budget is an issue, don't fear, you can adapt freestanding wardrobes to turn them into fitted wardrobes. There are plenty of tutorials for Ikea hacks like this - you will need some DIY skills but if that's not an issue you can save some serious money and still get the fitted wardrobe look you desire. Click for more info.
Popular a few years ago, fitted wardrobes that go around the bed are coming back into style. A popular option in new build houses and those with small rooms, this style of fitted wardrobe really helps to maximise the space available in a room. Don't worry - modern versions are nothing like the 80's style ones and you will be grateful for the extra storage space.
These wardrobes work really well in older houses where you have a chimney breast in the middle of the room. If you don't want to remove the fireplace (which may be an original Victorian feature) then you are left with a wall with two alcoves either side which can end up being dead space. If these are deep enough you can consider transforming them into fitted wardrobes. Again, this is a great budget friendly option and if you are good with a bit of DIY should be quite quick to put together.
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