Walk-in wardrobes, sliding wardrobe doors and custom fitted wardrobes, they all conjure up mental images of large bedrooms that expand into gigantic, spacious areas filled with furniture and accessories.

We think of bespoke fitted wardrobes as being extravagant pieces of furniture that contain endless rails of clothes and shelves of shoes, but what about wardrobes for small spaces?

How can fitted wardrobes be customised to smaller spaces and really allow you to make the most of your room?

Sliding wardrobe doors are a subtle, stylish way to create more space in a smaller room

By their very nature, sliding wardrobe doors are space-efficient and minimalistic. By sliding along the surface of the wardrobe, sliding doors don’t take up any extra space when opened, whereas wardrobe doors that open outwards can leave smaller rooms feeling cramped and claustrophobic.

A mirrored fitted wardrobe creates the illusion of a bigger room

Adding a mirrored fitted wardrobe is a great way to make your small bedroom feel twice the size.

Adding a custom-built wardrobe to your bedroom can make the most of existing space

With a bespoke fitted wardrobe built to your room’s exact measurements, you’ll ensure that no space is wasted. In smaller rooms, standard non-fitted wardrobes will often be the right width, but slightly too deep, or the opposite.

Even though the difference in extra width or depth is usually small, which may not be enough to deter people from their purchases, it can actually add to the cramped feeling of a smaller bedroom.

With a made-to-measure fitted wardrobe, you don’t get that problem, you’re able to design your own wardrobe from the ground up.

This essentially means that the final product will fit exactly into the space it’s meant to. In turn, this means that it will look cleaner and fit into the room’s overall layout, lending itself to a spacious look as well as making more room where possible.

Stack up on storage when designing wardrobes for small rooms

It’s just like the age-old adage goes: ‘it’s what’s on the inside that counts’. The same applies for wardrobes for small bedrooms.

To arrange for an in-house consultation including measure and quote, contact Cesana in Canberra (02) 6152 9250, Sydney (02) 4706 0230, Southeast Queensland (07) 5638 1000 and now in Caboolture Qld. (07) 3707 5700.

If you would like to know more about our wardrobe storage range, https://cesana.com.au/wardrobes

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