Your bedroom is more than a designated sleep area. This space is also your haven and should be as pleasing as possible to you. Thus, it is unsurprising that you may have tried your best to personalise this room as much as possible so that it not only reflects your personality but also suits your needs be it a spa-like bathroom, mood lighting and a comfortable, large bed! But have you thought about your wardrobes? Traditional wardrobes are more utilitarian than they are aesthetically pleasing. And if you want your entire bedroom to ooze visual appeal, then you should consider switching these traditional wardrobes for the built-in variety. Here are a few reasons why your bedroom needs built-in wardrobes.
Built-in wardrobes increase usable space
The first thing that you should know about built-in wardrobes is that they are customised to suit your needs. Therefore, not only will they seamlessly integrate with your bedroom but also give you the chance to create as much usable space as you need for your varying belongings. For instance, you could choose to have alcoves in the built-in wardrobes for storing your shoes, double racks for your different clothing items and so on. Moreover, sliding doors on the built-in wardrobes means they will not take up space when you open them!
Built-in wardrobes will complement your bedroom's style
Since built-in wardrobes are personalised for your specific bedroom, you are accorded flexibility in their design. Traditional closets can end up looking mismatched in the space, particularly if you have chosen a distinct theme for your bedroom. Built-in wardrobes, on the other hand, will be inspired by your choice of interior design. For example, if your bedroom is characterised by a minimalist design, then you could choose mirrored built-in wardrobes that add clean lines to the space while simultaneously making it seem larger than it is! Alternatively, a rustic-themed bedroom can be complemented by distressed timber doors on the built-in wardrobes.
Built-in wardrobes can have integrated lighting
Soft lighting adds a certain charm to any room. And since your bedroom is where you get to wind down, you should consider creating a serene ambience in this space with soft lighting! Your customised built-in wardrobes can have light fixtures integrated at their interior, which not only helps in locating your items faster but also casts a soft light through glass sliding doors! Additionally, you could opt for LED strips at the top of the sliding doors or even on the interior shelves!Share
5 August 2019
Welcome to my blog, my name is Blake and from now on, I will be writing a series of blogs which will deal with the process of finding and working with contractors when constructing a new building. I am not a construction specialist but last summer I gained a lot of experience in this area when I hired a team of 32 contractors to build a holiday home. When hiring contractors, it is important that you understand how to communicate with them and their ways of working. Below are a series of blogs which will help you to find the best contractors.