Monday, October 26, 2015
Bespoke fitted wardrobes have numerous benefits over their standard, mass produced, freestanding counterparts. Here are five of those advantages: 1. Improved Use of Your Free Space Unlike mass-produced freestanding wardrobes, bespoke fitted wardrobes are made to fit your available space, including awkward alcoves, corners, and other otherwise inaccessible areas. Fitted wardrobes are also ideal for loft conversions, which have become quite popular in London, as they offer storage solutions in areas with indented walls and sloped ceilings.
Modern homes often lack the storage a modern family needs. Most of these structures have awkward spaces and inconsistent room dimensions. Custom fitted wardrobes can be the solution to all ages and sizes of house.
Custom wardrobes make the most of available space, not wasting footprint with feet, fascias and backings that free-standing units require. The footprint of a fitted wardrobe is also far more efficient than a free-standing wardrobe. Additionally, custom-built fitted wardrobes are tailored to homeowners’ requirements, offering innovative, clever and efficient storage solutions for rooms for all ages.
Bespoke fitted wardrobes maximise and optimise the available interior storage space. There is a wider range of internal storage solutions than in free-standing wardrobes. They are built to order and can be made for awkward spaces where a free-standing wardrobe or other unit won’t fit, dealing with issues such as sloping ceilings, air vents, unused fireplaces, alcoves and beams etc.
Those aforementioned issues can spoil the look of a room and even be considered ugly. A fitted wardrobe effectively hides all the unpleasant aspects of a bedroom. Custom wardrobes are ideal for smaller rooms because they can be built with sliding doors which means extra space is not required for the opening of hinged doors.
Custom built wardrobes are cost effective because they deliver the solution wanted and needed. Some house selling experts will argue that having built-in wardrobes adds value to your home, and there are many design options and colour schemes available to meet your needs.
Sunday, October 25, 2015
Making the most of the available space in your bedroom is vitally important if you, like just about everybody in the U.K. and elsewhere, enjoy keeping a tidy and organised home. The task is already quite challenging in and of itself, and when you begin to account for other external factors – irregularly shaped rooms and sloped ceilings, to name just two of many – the level of difficulty can be greatly magnified.
Saturday, October 24, 2015
Living in or around London often presents problems of space, be it living space or storage space. London accommodation is not known for its spaciousness; often space is at a premium and people have to adjust, adapt, and make do in hundreds of ways. Even those lovely homes in London’s suburbs do not have bedrooms you can dance in. Over the years, wardrobes tend to compress and squash their contents as more clothing gets added. Then it overflows, resulting in wardrobes with just as many clothes hanging outside as in. This leaves one wishing for magic wardrobes that expand along with their contents… but such already exist—not exactly expanding wardrobes, but clever wardrobes that wisely use every inch of space and never seem to be bursting full: bespoke fitted wardrobes.
Friday, October 23, 2015
Choosing the perfect fitted wardrobe can be a daunting task, but if you get it right the first time, then you will have a bespoke piece to last you for many years to come. The following are some very important points to consider when deciding to have custom fitted wardrobes in your home. Space Needed First and foremost, you need to pinpoint exactly how much room you have available in your bedroom for a wardrobe. By choosing a custom fitted wardrobe, you can still fit in all that you need even if you only have a small or limited space available to begin with. Armed with exact measurements, you will have a very good idea of what is available to you when deciding on your new wardrobe components.
Monday, October 19, 2015
Kids seem to need, want and just gather so much stuff and it’s the bane of every parent. No matter how big a kid’s bedroom is there just never seems to be enough storage, wardrobe space or ways to organise the piles of clothes, books, toys and even all the electronics that youngsters have these days.
You could fill the room with shelves, trunks, free standing furniture and have a place for everything, however, these things themselves take space and may not deliver a pleasing aesthetic you want for your home. A better solution is bespoke fitted wardrobes.
When it comes to investing in wardrobes, many people think of adults; bedrooms and teenage girls who have more clothes than a market stall as well as masses of accessories. But bespoke fitted wardrobes work very well in kids’ bedrooms.
From the outside, fitted wardrobes are clean lines that are neat and aesthetically pleasing. The doors come in a massive variety of finishes. And when the doors are thrown open, they reveal their beauty. The interiors of fitted wardrobes can be built to specification and be made to fit many purposes.
For kid’s bedrooms the interior of bespoke fitted wardrobes can be built to accommodate storage areas for clothes – cubby holes, hanging areas and shelves. They can include drawers and pull out units. Shelves can be built low down for things used regularly and higher up for storage of seasonal items or stuff not needed often.
With fitted wardrobe’s all the kids’ stuff can be off the floor and free standing furniture and be hidden behind beautifully crafted doors.
Thursday, October 8, 2015
A new wardrobe isn’t easy to choose. There are several things to consider. The following are some very important points to consider when deciding to have custom fitted wardrobes in your U.K. home.