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About Bedroom Wardrobes
A true bedroom staple, the trusty wardrobe is absolutely essential for keeping your space clear of clutter - ensuring it's all about the relaxation and not the mess. Whether you’re looking for one with sliding doors, open wardrobes, or a trusty clothing rail, turn your space from obscene to serene with a new wardrobe.
Types of bedroom wardrobeOur extensive assortment of bedroom wardrobes includes every type of model there is. Want to keep things traditional? You’ll find plenty of wardrobes with doors that swing open. Wardrobes with two swinging doors are the norm but you’ll also find swing door wardrobes with a single door - a great choice if you want to set your bedroom wardrobe into a corner. If convenience is a priority, you’ll find plenty of sliding door wardrobes that won’t cramp your bedroom’s space as they open. And if that’s not convenient enough for you, you can take bedroom wardrobes on the go! Our range of canvas and foldable wardrobes can be rolled up or folded flat in a moment, and they’re just as easy to pop back up again!
What bedroom wardrobe should I choose?
There are many factors to take into account when choosing a wardrobe that will suit your lifestyle, home and tastes. The size of wardrobe you go for will most likely depend on how big your bedroom is; if it's compact, a single wardrobe or clothing rail is ideal as it'll ensure you've still got plenty of space to move around, but if you're lucky enough to have a spacious boudoir, full-sized, double wardrobes will look right at home.
The fashionistas among you will adore wardrobes with drawers. Boasting plenty of hanging space for your longer and wrinkle-prone pieces, there's ample room for all your off-season attire and t-shirts too. Alternatively, have a browse through the selection of wardrobes with shelves to have everything close to hand and ready to inspire you in the morning.
Now for the fun part: the style! If you're after something ultra-modern, keep an eye out for open wardrobes. With no sliding or hinged doors to hinder your fashion show, these wardrobes are perfect for showing off your fabulous taste in clothes and favourite pieces. This Instagram chic style of storage exudes 'contemporary cool' and is perfect for helping give the illusion of more space in your room. Not to mention, seeing all of your clothing in one place will help to simplify your morning routine!
If your ceilings are unusually high and you want to really maximise your space, tall wardrobes are your new best friends. Offering loads of space to store all of your longest items of clothing, these taller wardrobes will help to keep your space clutter-free - perfect!
If you prefer a more traditional feel to your interior, have a look through the range of wooden wardrobes. Ideal for adding warmth to your space, you'll find everything from classic pine wardrobes to elegant walnut wardrobes and everything in between - just take your pick!
Bedroom wardrobe FAQs
What should you keep in mind when deciding on the wardrobe layout?
When it comes to bedroom wardrobes, there are many things to be taken into account. For example, you might want to prioritise the hanging space for dresses and other long clothing items. You might also want to consider seasonal storage for your clothes – make sure you have enough space for winter coats, jumpers and boots. Fold your bulky items of clothing to see how deep your drawers or shelves should be and make all the calculations needed for width and height.
Which colour should I choose for my bedroom wardrobe?
The most popular colour options for bedroom wardrobes are neutrals, whites, or light wood finishes. Keep in mind that, if a wardrobe takes up a lot of space in your room, you might want to choose lighter colours that help open up the space. If your room is very small, white can make it look bigger and more welcoming. White is also an excellent colour for combinations, which means that it will be easier to combine it with other furniture in your room.
What material should I use for my bedroom wardrobe?
The best material used for bedroom wardrobes is plywood. Plywood is a durable and strong material that is usually used instead of solid wood as it is more affordable. Plywood is made by sticking together thin sheets of wood veneer which create solid layers. You can find it in numerous colours, and it is easy to work with.
Do fitted bedroom wardrobes cause damp?
Fitted wardrobes that are fixed against external walls may cause damp if there's a big difference between the temperature of the wall and your room, and a build-up of condensation. As a fitted wardrobe tends to isolate the wall, as a result, moisture can condense inside from the bathroom, washing, or drying clothes. If there is insufficient ventilation or air flow, this can cause damp but can be solved easily by installing ventilation or by using moisture tramps.
Can built-in wardrobes add value to a house?
Adding a fitted wardrobe to your home will not be cheap, however, if you get the job done well, there's no doubt that fitted wardrobes can add value to your home should you decide to sell it.