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Are you planning to integrate one or more bespoke wardrobes into a bedroom redesign project? First of all, great choice. Fitted wardrobes deliver unmatched functionality, class and luxury. At Sliding Wardrobe Warehouse, we guide you through the process from the design to the installation. Our team shares over 150 years of experience, so we’re perfectly placed to offer design advice in line with your vision. From walk-in wardrobes to sliding wardrobes, as well as bespoke bedroom furniture, we do it all.
The specifics of your design will depend on the type of bedroom(s) you have in your Guildford property. As such, we will look at how to create wonderful walk-in wardrobes for those with ample room. In addition, we will also look at how to organise the interior of bespoke wardrobes for those with a little less space.
Are you ready to take the first step toward one of our fitted wardrobes? Do you want to discuss bedroom furniture options? Call us on 01306 741 488 to schedule an initial consultation.
If designs for walk-in wardrobes remain a pipe dream for now, our other bespoke wardrobes still make the perfect solution for your Guildford home. Below, we have looked at some of the most important points to consider when designing the interior storage unit.
Sort Hanging Clothes for Folded Clothes
For optimal organisation in fitted wardrobes, you need to make the most of your available space. One of the most effective ways to do this is to separate your hanging and folded clothes. If you have many dresses, suits, dress trousers or any other long-hanging garments, you need to allocate enough space for them.
Likewise, if you have more knitwear and sweaters, you will need ample shelving to keep them folded on. This helps to maintain their shape.
Allocating the right amount of shelves, hanging rails and smaller storage compartments remains vital to the success of hinged and sliding wardrobes in the Guildford area.
Consider Extra Shoe Storage
It’s estimated that the average woman has 40 pairs of shoes, while the average man has 10. With walk-in wardrobes off the menu, it’s important to include plenty of storage in any other bespoke wardrobes you invest in.
When it comes to fitted wardrobes and shoes, we always offer this useful advice: plan your storage with room to grow. Unless you can feel a shift to minimalism coming on, it’s likely your collection will get bigger, not smaller. Bedroom furniture like a chest of drawers also offers a handy storage alternative.
Does your Guildford home have several small- to medium-sized rooms? Do you have a healthy assortment of clothing? You may still find even the most well-planned sliding wardrobes tight on space. One solution for this problem is to think seasonal.
Divide your clothes into spring/summer and autumn/winter collections. This way, you can keep the relevant clothes in the master wardrobe and store the others elsewhere. If you have the space, two bespoke wardrobes in separate rooms ticks every box.
You may think walk-in installations are easier to design than smaller fitted wardrobes. With so much space, how can you go wrong? The truth is, even though you have more room to play with, you must use it wisely.
No matter the size of your room or the kind of bespoke wardrobes you prefer, Sliding Wardrobe Warehouse can turn your ideas into reality.