A wardrobe is the most used furniture in a home apart from your bed. We would love to have a spacious and good looking wardrobe in our bedroom to keep our essentials. Many of our homes lack the storage space that we need. Shopping for the perfect wardrobe can be a daunting task since most freestanding closets tend to be either the wrong fit for your room or lack enough storage for all of your clothes, shoes, jewellery and accessories. The requirements of each individual are different as some lean toward an absolute minimum and simplistic one, while others need to have substantial luxurious wardrobes. Storage space is a premium for most bedrooms, so it’s vital to find a solution that helps alleviate this problem. There are a variety of styles, sizes, shapes and finishes for bedroom Fitted Wardrobes. The ability to style and design your wardrobe to suit your tastes and the available room is one of the biggest attractions to bedroom fitted wardrobes. Here we are discussing different wardrobes and their importance to help you choose the one that suits you.
What are the different types of wardrobes?
Wardrobes are an essential piece of furniture you would need in your home as it helps to make things clutter-free. Everyone has their ideas and thoughts about a bespoke wardrobe, and Inspired Elements have a wide range of wardrobes that would just meet your needs. A well built, fully customised wardrobe not only ends your storage problems but also brings out the inner beauty in your Bedroom. Before choosing a wardrobe, you should be able to know about the available options for wardrobes. Let’s have a look.
Sliding Door Wardrobes are a more contemporary storage solution and an excellent option for working well in numerous room types. Their most significant advantage is that they don’t require much space in front of them, as their doors slide from side to side. This allows them to work well at the end of a bed, for example. Sliding door wardrobes also tend to be larger, with more space for your belongings, and they can be more stable, as they aren’t reliant on hinges to hold up the doors. Additionally, if you go for a mirrored sliding door wardrobe, it can make your room feel larger! One slight downside of sliding door wardrobes is that you cannot have a full view of the contents at one time. However, due to how easily the doors slide, this barely causes any issues. These wardrobes work best in small or confined spaces and more modern homes.
If you are opting for a sliding door wardrobe, the chances are that you have good reasons for doing so. The most obvious is to save space that a conventional wardrobe takes up when its doors open in the front. But there can be other reasons too for choosing a sliding wardrobe. For one, they give your room a very classy and sophisticated appearance. Sliding wardrobe doors can be made from various materials like frosted glass, mirrors, wood, metal and veneer.
The fantastic things about loft wardrobes are that they will effectively utilize the spaces in our homes that we don’t think are better. Sloping ceilings and angled alcoves bring out the shape of the loft. A Loft Wardrobe offers ample storage space for lesser-used home materials such as soft furnishing items. It utilizes extra space above the wardrobe’s mainframe and efficiently takes care of every storage need. Loft wardrobes are usually considered an intelligent choice in saving space. The customisations could be made just according to the requirement of the client. They can be made anywhere in your home, like under stairs, in bedrooms, living rooms or anywhere you like. If the lofts are well designed, the room will look complete, hiding away all the wardrobe’s corners, and in that way, they could be made stylish. You can have a stairs loft wardrobe, pull out loft wardrobes, small loft wardrobes and much more different varieties that would come bespoke for your daily needs.
Mirrored Doors are built directly into the wall and can reach up to ceiling heights. The wardrobe interior door, for example, can be organised into a fantastic internal storage solution with hanging rails, shelves, boxes, racks, drawers etc. The mirrored wardrobes give the bedrooms a look of being twice the size they are, bringing a feel of space and lightness. Mirrored cabinets have different wardrobe designs, including sliding mirror, fitted mirror, freestanding sliding door Mirrored Wardrobes, and many more unique designs that could be customised according to your specific needs. They blend equally well with classic, art deco, industrial, traditional and shabby chic decorating. If you have a small room and are looking for better storage space, a mirrored wardrobe could be your best bet.
In every room, we have a full-length mirror as it’s a popular choice used to check daily outfits or even exercise. When you have a mirrored wardrobe it could have the benefit of a full-length mirror. The customisations could include the size, shades, colours, utilities and much more. Sometimes, the clients need to have drawers to keep essentials, hanging rails, shoe racks, cat hangers, and similar accessories, which can be easily used inside a mirrored wardrobe.
Hinged Wardrobe doors provide more hanging space as you can utilise all corners of the wardrobe and even the back of the doors. The fact that you can open the doors fully and don’t have part of your built-in wardrobe obscured also makes it a lot easier to find what you are looking for. Hinged doors are also the more traditional option, so you are more likely to find a better range of doors in different sizes and finishes to fit your space. Hinged wardrobes are known for their easy access as they can be swung open to reveal the entire wardrobe.
The hinged wardrobes also have better storage space and can be made in such a way to match the decor of the room exactly. They also can be cut to fit unusually shaped openings such as underneath stairs or in rooms with sloped ceilings. When it comes to maintenance, they are super easy. We can also customise the doors with knobs which makes them easy to use and enhances the aesthetic beauty of the room. Depending on your preferences, you can get any wardrobe door design or colour. Opt for mirrored, laminated or routed shutters. If you prefer a more contemporary look, you can choose metal-framed shutters with glass panels.
A Walk-in Wardrobe is an aspirational aspect of home design–especially when it is spacious, well organised and kitted out with a closet system that is as stylish as the clothing collection it holds. The first and most obvious benefit of a walk-in wardrobe design is that it provides sufficient space for organising and storing your clothes, bags, shoes, and other accessories. A walk-in wardrobe allows people to enjoy the experience of choosing the perfect outfit for the day. Walk-in wardrobes, when designed well, introduce more storage space into the picture. It also makes the room that it’s in look bigger and better endowed in terms of floor space. Walk-in wardrobes are essential to a streamlined routine. It’s essential to give every single item a proper, reachable place when organizing a small walk-in wardrobe. Space is at a premium these days, and apartments are more compact now than ever before and here is where walk-in wardrobes become relevant. No matter how small the budget is, the walk-in wardrobes could be according to that. When it comes to privacy, they are always on the upper hand as they have no windows to see anything from outside.
Wardrobes become more relevant when you build a home or start renovating it. You can make the design with all features and accessories that you want. You can have additional cupboards, racks, compartments to create a flexible and usable space. Even if your space is narrow or odd-shaped, your bespoke wardrobe will occupy the exact needs you wish to have. The one thing to keep in mind while thinking of a wardrobe is to select the best wardrobe makers. Our fitted wardrobe solutions are custom-built at Inspired Elements to create stylish and practical fitted bedroom furniture bespoke to individual tastes. Our fitted wardrobe interiors allow you to organise and declutter all of your belongings without making troubles in finding them. To discuss a project visit our London showroom.