If you are looking to refurnish your bedroom or perhaps are engaged in the renovation of an entire house, there are a huge number of positives to kitting out your bedroom with sliding wardrobes. There are of course some further expenses to factor in when using sliding wardrobes or fitted wardrobes rather than conventional ones , and the notion that you might have to retain a professional fitter may increase the lead time of your redecoration , however when using sliding wardrobes or fitted wardrobes the many upsides do regularly outweigh the several negatives.
When you’ve taken a decision to install fitted wardrobes, or if there are fitted wardrobes which you are removing and replacing, sliding wardrobe doors will permit you to make the most of the space you have. This might be to maximise storage by fitting the wardrobes into the ceiling of a slanting ceiling, so as not to lose any hat space on top, or it might be to squash a miniscule fitted wardrobe into a space which might not otherwise have room for any hanging space at all. Or perhaps you would use fitted wardrobes because you need to squeeze some storage space at the foot of your bed and wouldn’t have enough space to open the door of a standard wardrobe.
For whichever reason you do opt for a sliding wardrobe or fitted wardrobe, the earliest thing to do towards ensuring that your fitted wardrobe looks slick and in keeping with the rest of your bedroom is to make sure that you record the empty space as precisely as you can. With fitted wardrobes, the putting in is essential, and to deliver a fine-finish fitted wardrobe, working to a well understood and properly measured space is essential. This is because the beauty of a sliding wardrobe is that it employs all of the available space, squeezing every available millimetre to provide the most commodious fitted wardrobe that a small space can accommodate .
Once you have an accurate conception of the available space for your fitted wardrobe, the second job is to get a definite idea of the type of fitted wardrobe that you want : does the space ensure that you are forced to use a sliding wardrobe, or can you use a fitted wardrobe that employs more standard doors? What type of timber would you like on your fitted wardrobe? What style of knobs will the fitted wardrobe have? Will your sliding doors be wooden , veneered or will they have a mirror on the front? If you don’t opt for a sliding wardrobe, will you have mirrors on the interior instead? The beauty of a bespoke fitted wardrobe or sliding wardrobe is that you are able to answer all of these points and end up with a finished wardrobe that is both wholly suited to your room and looks just like you want it to.