6 built-in wardrobes interior ideas to make the most of your space

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Are you considering a custom-built wardrobe for your master bedroom, guest rooms or dressing room? Perhaps you’re thinking about having more than one! Whatever the case may be, a custom designed built-in wardrobe can give the perfect opportunity to great a beautiful storage space tailored to your exact needs.

Shop-bought furniture pales in comparison to fitted wardrobes, often providing you with a hanging rail and maybe one shelf if you’re lucky! This is all well and good, but if you’re looking to make the most of your space and create something personal, fun and functional, you need a bespoke solution created just for you.

So if you’re looking for built-in wardrobes interior ideas to inspire your bedroom storage, look no further! Below, we’ll share with you six wardrobe ideas so you can begin planning for your next big home renovation.

1. Drawers

Hanging rails and shelves aren’t the only storage options available for your wardrobe. Why not consider having some built-in drawers as well? This saves you the space of having free-standing drawers elsewhere in the room and gives you plenty of storage for your clothes and other belongings. Plus these drawers will match the style of your bespoke wardrobe perfectly.

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2. Shoe racks

Integrated shoe racks mean not only can you conceal your clothes, but you can also put all your shoes away neatly aswell. And what could be better when you’re picking out an outfit for the day, than to have all your shoes lined up on display as well. It’s a win-win!

3. Mirrors

Last on our list of built-in wardrobes interior ideas is a mirror. Of course, you may want to opt to have this displayed somewhere in the room, but if you’re going for something a little more subtle you might want to have a mirror hung on the back of your wardrobe doors. This way, when the wardrobe is closed it is concealed.

Alternatively, if you’ve opted for a full on walk in wardrobe you might want your mirror inside for when you’re getting ready. That way you can enter your wardrobe in your pyjamas and emerge fully dressed and ready to go!

4. Lighting

You can even add integrated lighting to your wardrobe to help you get a better look at your clothes and your belongings. This is especially helpful for walk in wardrobes. Often these can be attached underneath shelves or if you opt for a floor to ceiling wardrobe, you may be able to have these put into the ceiling to light up the whole wardrobe.

5. Safes

You could even have a hidden safe built-in to your fitted wardrobe. That way, if you’ve got precious or expensive belongings or important documents that you want to conceal, you can hide these away, safe in the knowledge no one else will be able to access them.

6. Sliding doors

Though not technically the interior, you might wish to choose sliding doors for your wardrobe. These can be a real space saver if you’ve got a smaller room.Not to mention hey give a sleek, modern finish to your wardrobe.

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We hope these built-in wardrobes interior ideas have inspired you. If you’ve begun planning your fitted wardrobe or if you’d like to know more about how we can help you create the perfect bedroom furniture, get in touch today.

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