Buyer’s Guide to Bespoke Fitted Wardrobes

Buyer’s Guide to Bespoke Fitted WardrobesPlanning sufficient storage that keeps clothes and belongings neatly organised and out of sight is key to any successful bedroom design. When it comes to well-designed wardrobe space, bespoke furniture experts Barbara Genda Bespoke Furniture work towards increasing the amount available by over 30% more than off the shelf storage designs. Making best use of every inch available by utilising a room’s full height and otherwise unused awkward spaces, their built-in quality fitted furniture is tailored entirely from scratch and custom-made to suit the personal requirements of each discerning client. Superbly crafted using the finest quality woods and state-of-the-art lacquered finishes, designs feature a clever combination of space-saving solutions and layout ideas with designated storage areas to suit every home and lifestyle.

Choose from easy-access hanging space, high level shelving and smooth-running drawers to concealed storage such as pull out shoe ladders and dividers for a streamlined interior. Barbara Genda Bespoke Furniture creates hanging spaces that are fully customisable too; with wooden or metal rails that can be fitted for front facing or side hanging to precisely fit any area that can be complemented by a host of luxurious added extras such as integrated LED lighting.

Barbara Genda, Founder & Principle Designer shares her tips on what to consider when choosing fitted bedroom storage:

• Before you decide on any materials and finishes be sure to consider the positioning of storage and your bed, as these will have an impact upon one another. A little pre-planning can go a long way so don’t be afraid to ask for expert advice; a large room might seem spacious but if it only has one full usable wall then a multifunctional design is likely to be the best solution.

Buyer’s Guide to Bespoke Fitted Wardrobes
• Carefully assess your storage needs and be realistic in terms of how much hanging space you will require for the quantity of clothing, accessories and shoes you own. Considering the different lengths of your garments is also a must, as some items may need a full-length hanging rail.

• If you’re working with a small space, think about creating doors with a curved edge as opposed to linear lines so that the wardrobe end is not so obtrusive. Mirrored doors can also help to make a small bedroom feel larger, while push to open doors without a handle are great options for enhancing a flush finish.

• Use pull-out cabinetry and deep drawers that tuck storage away neatly and utilise the depth in full. These built in solutions are especially useful for awkward angled layouts and areas with low headroom. They also maximise floor space as they blend into interior schemes beautifully when not in use for a streamlined look.