Interiors trends come and go, but fitted bedroom furniture has stood the test of time in the style stakes – so why is it so popular?
As you go on to own your own home, you’ll no doubt have collected a lot of baggage along the way, and the number one rule when it comes to interior design is to make a space liveable. That, for most people, means only one thing – storage, storage, storage. Being able to hide away what you don’t want on show in your home in a way that’s easily accessible at all times is everyone’s dream, and creating a custom fitted unit is the best way to achieve this. You know what your bedroom needs to store, and non-fitted units just don’t have the flexibility to stand up to your demands.
Fitted furniture really does maximise space, allowing you to mix and match drawers, hanging space and nooks to create the perfect combination. With stylish door finishes, all of this can be hidden away, adding an extra level of texture to the room while you’re there, but more and more, trendy interiors lovers leave their fitted wardrobes open for all the world to see, displaying their collection of clothes, shoes and more in a beautiful way – a good choice for the tidy and organised types!
Homes with character are great, but what you’ll often find comes with it is quirks in the structure and layout which can make fitting non-bespoke furniture a pain. Fitted furniture can solve the problems presented by awkward angular rooms and proportionately challenging walls to give a sleek and chic finish.