Fitted wardrobes provide maximum space utilisation of storage for clothes, shoes and accessories. In a shared bedroom, storage for both sets of clothing and shoes is possible with a built-in wardrobe instead of two bulky cabinets that consume a lot of space. Unlike a freestanding variety of cabinets, a fitted wardrobe does not hijack too much space.
There are many benefits of constructing this as part of your new home or part of your renovation. Unfortunately, it can be costly, especially if not done correctly. Here are the advantages that outweigh the cost implications.
With built-in wardrobes, you can be liberal with the overall look and design of the exterior of the cabinets, but the same goes for the internal configurations. You have the liberty to integrate functionality with your lifestyle and personality. You can gauge the length of your hanger space, shoe racks, with the number of jewellery and accessories drawers that you need. A customised wardrobe will come in handy in shared closet space. Fitted wardrobe designs mesh with individual needs. The area, including the height and width, is customisable. If you are on the petite side, this can be tailor-fit for your convenience.
Efficient storage space
A bespoke wardrobe can maximise storage space. Everything you own, every article of clothing, every pair of shoes and accessories can be neatly stacked and hung in this versatile piece of furniture. Benefits are endless, not just limited to the amount of room space it can give you. Awkward configurations in the room like alcoves, L-shaped corners or areas below the stairs can now be extra storage space with fitted cabinets.
Blends well with the aesthetic
A fitted cabinet is cohesive to the vibe and general aesthetic of the room. The material, design, size and colour palette are within the control of the owner.
A significant advantage but most times overlooked is the lighting integration of built-in cabinets. Freestanding ones most frequently do not have lighting, or sometimes illumination is of poor quality. Custom lighting essentially contributes to the overall aesthetics of the wardrobe. The owner can easily highlight a luxury bag collection or an antique collection through custom lighting.
Cleaning can be a breeze. Since storage spaces are customised, you need only maintain the areas that are in use. This type of wardrobe perfectly fits the ceiling; therefore, dust accumulation can never be an issue.
I spoke too soon in stating that fitted wardrobes can be costly. Due to its highly customisable characteristic, homeowners have the upper hand to control material, design and the degree of customisation. Transitioning to a fitted wardrobe can be cost-efficient.
All in all, owning a bespoke wardrobe can be an investment because it is tailor-fitted to your needs, provides great convenience, gives more space in the room, and makes any room seamless and organised. It can be an investment in the long run because it adds value to your home.
Invest in a custom-tailored fitted wardrobe; the value it provides to your lifestyle generally outweighs the disadvantages.