Investing in any kind of fitted furniture can be a big step. However, it comes with a wealth of benefits that will last longer than any freestanding alternative.

More often than not, people are searching for their dream wardrobes in large department stores. They are on the hunt for something to suit a particular room shape or size but are left feeling disappointed when their dream wardrobe just doesn’t appear. It’s either too big, too small or just doesn’t look that nice.

The magical thing about fitted wardrobes is that you can create your own furniture and bring your ideas to life. Not only are they fitted to suit your room but they are also fitted to suit your lifestyle. Let’s have a look at some of the main benefits…

Create more space

We are a nation of hoarders, and our wardrobes are bursting at the seams (pardon the pun) with new and old clothes. Your freestanding wardrobe is at capacity and you cannot possibly cram any more into it – we’ve seen this a thousand times before.

A fitted wardrobe utilises every inch of the space in your room. You will instantly create more space in your room and eliminate any future ‘cramming.’ Unlike your freestanding wardrobe, you can use the full height of the room with fitted wardrobes. As well as that, you can create shelving or drawers to make the most of the entire space.

Even if your bedroom is an awkward space with crevasses or skylight windows, fitted wardrobes can be adapted to suit your needs.

Inject some life into an old room

Not only will you add value to your home with fitted rooms, but you can also future-proof space so it’s fresh and contemporary. Simple designs will still look great in years to come and might avoid any costly mistakes as well as stress if you decide to move in the future.

Fitted wardrobes aren’t a quick fix, so you need to ensure the design you like now, you’ll like again in 10 years’ time. You might want to choose a neutral colour that will match any paint colour.

The doors really make a difference

Just because your room is small, doesn’t mean you cannot get fitted wardrobes. However, you should consider a few things before making the final decision.

If you want to create more space in the room, you should consider installing sliding doors or bi-fold doors. This style of doors won’t compromise on space when you’re opening or closing them.

Mirrored doors will create the illusion of more space in a small room too. They will open up the room adding extra light. Also, you won’t have to buy a separate full-length mirror now, saving you money and floor space.

Made to measure – make it suit your life

Now that you have beautifully finished fitted wardrobes, you’ll want to keep it tidy and organised on the inside. Everyone has different storage needs, we understand that.

Someone might want extra hanging space for a wardrobe full of formal ball gowns, while another person might want more shelves or drawers for sporting accessories.

There are endless options when it comes to fitted wardrobes. You can have added hanging rails, shoe storage, pull-down hanging rails, sophisticated lighting and soft-close drawers to suit your needs.