Whether you are moving into a new home or remodeling your current one, sorting out your room space is not as easy as it seems. You never want to suffocate your room with too much furniture, but you don’t want to be look empty and depressing either.
So you should always look for interior design ideas that allow you to create a balanced space and a warm home. The most common problem with freestanding furniture is usually the size of the units and the internal layout of the units. There is often little scope for customisation. One very practical and space-saving solution (if the layout of a room allows) is installing built in wardrobes. Households in South Yorkshire are beginning to appreciate benefits of these wardrobes, especially as the sales of new homes is on the rise.
Fitted wardrobes can best benefit an irregularly shaped room where adding a standing wardrobe can really ruin the look of the whole room. Other than their functionality, built-in wardrobes can be customized to complement or contrast the interior design and colors of your bedroom or living room.
You can choose from two styles of doors; Hinged or sliding. Both Styles have their advantages and cons, and you should decide which type will best suit your home. Read our previous blog post to see the benefits of these options
All of our wardrobes are made from Melamine faced chipboard which is comes in a wide range of colours. This type of board is very strong, durable and eco-friendly. Our home design consultants will work with you to find the perfect board colour for your room. Some people use built in wardrobes to make their room look bigger by choosing lighter colours and putting mirrors on the chosen doors. So you save space and make your wardrobe even more practical.
Other than your bedroom, we can also create bespoke office furniture for home offices that require a lot of space for documentation and file storage.