You can find hundreds of different wardrobes on the market, from two-door, three-door, sliding, mirrored, fitted and freestanding. The first thing you should do is to visit a specialist showroom to see what wardrobe would work well and feel the most useful for your lifestyle. Here are tips for the most important things to find the right wardrobe for your needs.
The kind of storage you need for your clothing collection should be a key determinant when choosing your wardrobe design. Choose options regarding hanging space for clothes, drawers for small clothing items, shelves for accessories and shoe racks that can be incorporated inside.
The size of the wardrobe depends on the way you will utilise it and the number of people who will be using it. Consider exactly where in your bedroom the wardrobe is going to go, so it needs to fit on the space perfectly.
Make sure there will be enough clearance room to easily open doors, walk around and fit your other items of furniture in comfortably. You can choose as tall wardrobe as possible to maximise storage. We should know that this space can be invaluable for stashing spare bedding, and items that don’t require daily use.
Enhance the organisation of your bedroom by using built-in shoe racks, jewellery drawers, and adjustable cubby holes to help reduce clutter and potentially remove the need for additional furniture in the bedroom.
You can instantly double the amount of hanging space by optimising the full height of the wardrobe for long coats and dressing whilst suits, short dresses and jumpers can hang comfortably on half-height rails.
Types of Wardrobe
There are freestanding wardrobes and fitted designs. These designs are great for rooms with odd angles. This kind of fitted designs are usually custom-made thus more expensive. A custom, built-in wardrobe may take time in a building, but it gives you the freedom to choose the colour and material with which it’s built and finished.
Freestanding wardrobes are most versatile when considering design and cost; they are usually available for faster delivery and can be moved from room to room, it can even be taken with you if you shift houses, if needed. The main types to choose from are: Two-door and three-door panel wardrobes, Sliding wardrobes, hinged doors and doorless wardrobes.
The bedroom should be the most relaxing room in the house. Pick a wardrobe design that matches the hues and colour palette of your bedroom. It should also match the theme of the interiors and other furniture items of the house. As we know As a large and dominant piece of furniture, the design of the wardrobe contributes greatly to the overall theme and taste of the bedroom.
The wardrobe door design is as important as the interior wardrobe design. You can choose swing doors if you have a large bedroom, sliding doors or even automatic doors. Mirrors and hooks add to the aesthetic design of the wardrobe while enhancing its utility as well.
The material, colour and surface finish of your wardrobe is a huge contributor to its style and also the level of practicality it can offer. We should choose a material that goes with the look of the room, like for a room with wooden furniture, we can use a wooden wardrobe.