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Sliding Wardrobe For Home

These days, there are so many combinations available in terms of colour, finish and shape that you’ll be sure to find one that suits the look of your home, whatever its size or unique characteristics. But with so many furniture options out there, how do you know which one is right for you and your space?
If you’re unsure where to start, why not begin by looking at furniture suppliers online? This will give you a good idea of your options, but you may need further clarification as to how they will fit into your space. For example, do you have room for three panels or five in your room? And will the wardrobe fit with your awkward, sloping ceiling?
If you’re wondering about the best place to position your fitted wardrobe – or whether it will fit at all – fear not! These bespoke furniture items will usually be fitted by builders who can work to almost any specification. However, it might be worth picking up the phone to seek advice from an expert before you start shopping around.
It’s a good idea to look for bedroom designers who will care of the entire process for you, from idea to installation. This will mean you won’t have to worry about measurements, and the space in your room will be maximised by experts who know how to work effectively in your chosen space.
You should be able to call the company to arrange a free of charge home visit. They should also be able to provide you with a free, no obligation quote for the job, so you won’t have anything to lose by enquiring.
Once you’ve chosen a supplier and decided where your new furniture item is going to go, you will need to spend some time thinking about the appearance of your sliding wardrobe. For instance, would you prefer an oak or birch finish? Or are coloured glass panels more your style?
Spend some time thinking about the colour scheme and existing furniture you have in your home. Some suppliers will send out sample materials, so you can see how well each design will fit with your existing decor. You might want to consider a matt white finish for the doors, or even brightly coloured gloss.
As well as the aesthetics of your sliding wardrobe, you will also need to think about the practicality of the storage space. Think about what you will need to store and whether you want your items to be displayed on shelves, in draws, or using a combination of both – along with separate hanging space for your clothes, shoes and accessories.
If you have existing storage boxes and bins that you want to keep, you will have to measure them to make sure they fit into your new wardrobe – you don’t want to find you have to replace these once it has been fitted. Don’t worry if there is a fireplace or chimney in your designated space, as this can be worked around.