In the modern home, space is always at a premium, and it can be incredibly frustrating when you are faced with furniture that leaves you with odd gaps either side of it or if your room has awkward corners where nothing seems to fit properly. In situations like that, it can be easy to think that these areas are always going to be wasted space, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Enjoy the advantage of built-in wardrobes
Instead of hunting through shops and carefully measuring each prospective item of furniture to see whether or not it will fit in the space available, why not take the opposite approach? You can design an item of furniture to fit into exactly the amount of space you have. Built-in wardrobes are a great example of this approach to design because they are able to make maximum use of the available space by filling the available area from wall to wall and floor to ceiling. By using the available space so effectively, they provide you with the maximum amount of storage space and greatly reduce the clutter in your home.
Here are two more great advantages that built-in wardrobes can bring to your home
A perfect match
When you are buying furniture for your home, you will probably try to stick to a particular style or colour scheme for every room so that every item you buy will complement everything else. While this approach is common, it can only take you so far. There are always going to be elements to a free-standing wardrobe that don't entirely sit well with the rest of your design. Perhaps the handles don't match, or the colour isn't perfect? Maybe you prefer sliding doors to hinged doors, or perhaps the wardrobe just doesn't feel right in the only available space? Whatever your concerns may be, you can overcome them with built-in wardrobes. By ordering bespoke built-in wardrobes, not only will they be designed to match the available space, but every element of the colour and design can be created just for you as well so it will look exactly as you desire.
Exactly the storage you need
Everyone uses their wardrobes differently. Some people have a lot of suits that require plenty of hanging space, while other people want more shelf space to store their accessories. Some people need several drawers in their wardrobe, while others can manage with just one drawer. When you order bespoke built-in wardrobes, you can have whatever combination of rails, drawers and shelves you need. Simply speak to your installation company, and they will create the built-in wardrobes you need.