Are Fitted Wardrobes Old Fashioned? Here's The Truth...
Plenty of people every year in Britain consider upgrading their home storage by opting for fitted wardrobes for their bedroom, but there can be a concern about whether or not it's an old fashioned concept. We take a look at some of the facts to establish whether or not fitted wardrobes are old fashioned after all.
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What exactly is a fitted wardrobe?
OK, first let's clarify exactly what we mean by a fitted wardrobe. Also referred to as a 'built in wardrobe' it is a wardrobe that is custom-made to fit the dimensions of a specific room or space. It is designed to make the most of the available space and provide a sleek, streamlined look that many people find appealing.
Fitted wardrobes are often preferred over freestanding wardrobes because they can be tailored to the specific needs and preferences of the homeowner, and they can be designed to blend seamlessly with the existing décor of a room.
Fitted wardrobes are available in a wide range of materials, finishes, and styles, so they can be adapted to suit any type of home.
They're usually made to measure to the exact dimensions and contours of your space and feature bespoke storage solutions inside tailored to your exact requirements.
Are fitted wardrobes old fashioned?
Naturally, it can be quite difficult to answer this question and we're of course biased as a bespoke wardrobe manufacturer and retailer. However, whilst all things home décor and interior design are down to personal taste and style, we can safely say that no, fitted wardrobes are not old-fashioned and can come in a range of modern, sleek styles in addition to traditional looks.
In fact, they are quite popular and are often considered a modern and stylish storage solution. At Online Bedrooms, we offer modern, smooth slab doors, handleless doors and sliding doors as part of our modern collection with mirrors, lighting and much more to really elevate your space.
Fitted wardrobes have been around for many years, but they have evolved and adapted to changing tastes and styles.
Today, fitted wardrobes are available in a wide range of materials, finishes, and styles, so they can be tailored to suit the preferences of any homeowner. Our wardrobes are made from 18mm MFC (all sustainability sourced from British forests) and come in a range of exciting colours and finishes.
Additionally, modern fitted wardrobes often feature innovative features and design elements that make them both functional and aesthetically pleasing. As a result, fitted wardrobes are not old-fashioned and can be a great addition to any home.
Are fitted wardrobes popular in the UK?
Yes, fitted wardrobes are quite popular in the UK. Fitted wardrobes, also known as built-in wardrobes, are wardrobes that are custom-made to fit the dimensions of a specific room or space. They are designed to make the most of the available space and provide a sleek, streamlined look that many people find appealing.
Fitted wardrobes are oftenpreferred over freestanding wardrobes because they can be tailored to the specific needs and preferences of the homeowner, and they can be designed to blend seamlessly with the existing décor of a room. We often have customers who opt for a fitted wardrobe with dressing table as part of the run, allowing them to get ready in style and have everything in the room matching.
Many of our customers have recently moved into a new home and immediately want to upgrade their bedroom storage with a brand new fitted bedroom.
How can I get fitted wardrobes?
We offer a fantastic range of DIY, supply-only fitted wardrobes. They're made to measure for your exact space at our Nottinghamshire factory and delivered to you in around 3-4 weeks on average for self-installation... or you can hire a local fitter to do it for you.
You'll save thousands of pounds compared with some of our rivals - especially the big name brands and we offer a much better guarantee (15 years!) than any local business can offer, for true value and peace of mind.
If you're wondering how much fitted wardrobes cost then don't worry, they're around £550-700 per linear metre.