Custom fitted wardrobes are the perfect answer when storage space problems seem insurmountable. We all accumulate belongings over the years, and the area where overcrowding is most evident is bedroom storage.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Monday, August 24, 2015
Whether you live in Twickenham or Central London, if you live in a historic home, you will be restricted to the type of work watchdogs like English Heritage will permit you to carry out, when updating or restoring interiors of your historic home. Even something you deem fairly "harmless", such as bespoke fitted wardrobes for your historic Clapham townhouse, can become a bone of contention with those in charge of national heritage, if the alcove in question happens to harbour authentic late Georgian wallpaper or remnants of early Victorian stencilling.
Thursday, August 13, 2015
Still deciding between free standing and bespoke fitted wardrobes for your brand new boudoir? True, it sounds easier to just buy that pretty wardrobe online, but you know you can do much more with a fitted wardrobe. If you want a ‘real’ closet this time, one that can serve far better in terms of elegance and functionality, and which you can use for long term, then a customised wardrobe is the way to go. Seamless blend While free standing wardrobes can have a wide range of designs that you can select to enhance or blend with the décor in your room, a fitted wardrobe can prove more functional in that your contractor can design it to exactly fit into spaces and blend with the room’s fixed colour scheme to create a sleeker and neater appearance.
Who doesn’t love walk-in closets? With bigger space, walk-in closets make it easier to organise clothes. You wouldn’t have to rummage through piles of clothes because you can see everything you need in a glance. Your scarves, belts, purses, and shoes won’t look cluttered and your clothes would look ready to go with each one having its own space and hanger. Given a more generous square footage, there’s more room to move around, and you can always add a centre island to sit on. A walk-in closet, indeed, can be every fashionable woman’s dream.
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
There are many interior design trends which have already made a lasting impression during 2015. "Cookie-cutter" designs are seen as being bland and commonplace. Instead, one's living space should reflect the unique personality of the individual.