Stylish fitted bedroom wardrobe ideas
Functional furniture never has to be boring. When it’s well considered, designed to suit you and your space, it can add a new lease of life to your home. From customised tiered shelving and deep set walnut drawers with solid brass handles to elegant pull out shoe racks to store and protect your cherished possessions.
Here, luxury bespoke furniture makers, Bath Bespoke gives its tips on how to create beautiful wardrobes that enhance your existing space, and shares the importance of paying attention to those finer details.
In any room, it’s important to really consider your space and how best to use it. This is especially true for your bedroom/ dressing room where storage is essential. Consider the shape of the room and the position of your windows/light source. Is there enough natural light, or do you need additional spotlights to brighten particular areas.
Likewise consider how you want to use the space. Do you need a vanity table and mirror? Where and how will your store your shoes? Do you want one wardrobe just for work attire? Or do you need plenty of hanging space for dresses or suits?
If the space is narrow, consider adding mirrors to reflect light. Likewise, mirrored wardrobes or glass fronted doors can really open up the space. Just make sure your interiors are worth looking at.
From neo-classical and Shaker to rustic and contemporary, the styles of a wardrobe can be expansive. But, very often, the style of your room can help guide the style of your new fitted furniture. Take inspiration from the existing architecture and mouldings in your room to create beautiful furniture that’ll last for generations to come. If you’re opting for a traditional style, you can change it up and opt for modern interiors. Exposed birch ply or light oak keep the interiors looking bright and fresh.
“Barely there” wardrobes are perfect for opening up the space and keeping the focus of your room elsewhere. The minimalist slab doors can be painted to suit the colour of your walls, keeping that smooth, clean look. Add minimal long line handles to keep the finish sleek, with only the finest details noticeable.
Materials & Finishes
For an ultra contemporary look, opt for timbers such as birch ply with an exposed edge. Create smooth, minimal lines by opting for a painted slab door with long profile handles.
Or if you’re looking for something more traditional opt for timbers like tulip and walnut. The deep coloured wood and ripple grains look gorgeous against white or grey painted doors. Solid chrome plated brass handles look elegant and speak quality.
Visit bathbespoke.co.uk to discover more of Bath Bespoke’s interior design projects, from Grade II Bath townhouse renovations to Wiltshire farmhouse renovations.
NOTE – The beautiful dressing room with the clear glass doors was created in collaboration with designer Mia Marquez.