Fitted bedroom furniture is not as complicated as it has been advertised; in fact, it is the most interesting project of organising your bedroom space. It has been always said by respected or well-known interior designers that the design and configuration of any particular fitted wardrobe comes to each individual. The most important thing to remember is that the wardrobe or the closets you are about to order, it is actually for your room according to your tastes, so there is no way a bedroom designer can come in and tell you what to do, you as a person know exactly how you want your layouts to be, internal fittings to be and what sort of colour you want to choose or what appeals to you the most according to your desire.
In this fast-moving century, the range between fitted bespoke furniture has reached its highest peak. Your standard wardrobes can make the look of your room look smaller but if it has been laid out well and been advised properly you can even create a storage space to look stunning as well as habitable.
Long gone are the days when high street chains of furniture suppliers called their products ‘made to measure’ by putting smaller or bigger in fills and compromising on your space while gaining huge profits. In this DNA of modern technology, the European manufacturers made bespoke furniture easier, affordable and accessible in that standard range.
Where the European market really struggled to keep up with the demand of British people was the attic rooms, odd sized bedrooms and the major issue comes to the depth of the rooms. For example if the room is 10 feet wide and you end up subtracting 600mm wide wardrobes minus 2000mm beds you are left with a space of 400mm space in use to cross 1 side of the bedroom to the other side which is not a very convenient thing to do especially in the term that your furniture is fitted and is going to stay there forever.
When designing a bedroom there are particular things you need to focus on such as: the layout of your bedroom, where do you want your fitted bedroom furniture to be and where you will place your bed, in the scenario were space is limited, you should really use a bespoke fitted range of furniture, we strongly recommend that you invite 3 different designers of different types e.g. a high street company, local carpenter and a manufacturer of fitted wardrobes, describe to them your necessities and also mention the liking of your colour, whether you are going to use carpet in your bedroom or a wooden flooring, do you want to match your wooden flooring theme or if you are looking for a really contemporary wardrobe to go on a light carpet, and also ask your friends and family who has fitted furniture in their bedrooms. All fitted bedroom furniture is a quality investment into your own property, adding style, which will also help you to create a better storage space as well as the practicality of your bedroom.