Our hints and tips are here to help you choose the best wardrobe for your bedroom.Shop all wardrobes
From simple and slim to mirrored and multi-door, there’s plenty of choices that can keep your clothes neat, tidy and tucked away.
Fully fitted wardrobes are all about extra space. They integrate seamlessly into the structure of the room, and fit right up against the wall, giving you more storage and floor space. The downside is you can’t take them with you if you move and you have less options for changing up your room layout.
No room for a stand-alone mirror? Some wardrobes include full length mirrors on the outer doors. Not only is this a handy space saver, but it can also make your bedroom look bigger and more spacious.
Open wardrobes let you see exactly what’s in your wardrobe at first glance. Not only can you show off your favourite outfits, but the open airflow helps to keep your clothes fresh. A minimalist look that’s very on-trend.
Freestanding options can be easily moved around your bedroom, if you ever fancy a bedroom layout refresh. There’s also a wide range of styles to suit your current décor, and a variety of different sizes, from large four-door showpieces to smaller singles, ideal for nooks and crannies.
The size of wardrobe you need depends on how big your room is and the amount of clothes you need to store. Consider if other bedroom furniture, like a bed, baby’s cot and chest of drawers will fit alongside your wardrobe. Single or double wardrobes, with one or two doors, are perfect for small spaces. There are also three and four door options. Generally, the more doors, the bigger the wardrobe will be due to extra compartments. And the larger the wardrobe, the more hanging space you’ll have.
Keep things consistent by matching your new wardrobe to your bedroom style.
Canvas wardrobes and clothes rails
Perfect for spare rooms and rented homes, canvas wardrobes are a lightweight option. Hanging rails are ideal for storing clothes when you’re short of wall space. Easy to put together, some come equipped with wheels so can be moved freely.
Small spaces call for smart solutions. Smoothly sliding along, these wardrobes can store your clothes while taking up less space in front of them. They give a neat and sleek look. The only catch is since only one door can open at a time, you have limited visibility.
Chest of drawers
Handy and handsome. Team your wardrobe with dressers to store your folded clothes. This way you have enough space in your cupboard for hanging clothes. You can also tuck away your accessories like jewellery and watches in it.
More than just hanging
Bigger wardrobes are likely to have extra drawers and compartments for keeping accessories, socks and anything else that doesn’t need to be hung up. But if space is at premium, choose our modular wardrobes. So you can choose different internal drawers and internal shelves to create a bespoke wardrobe that suits you.
If it’s the middle of summer, why not keep your winterwear out of sight in a storage trunk or box until the weather turns chilly again? Or just tuck it away in the underbed storage. This gives you more room in your wardrobe and stops your old clothes collecting dust until it’s time to break them out again. The perfect solution for any outfits that are so last season.
Easy organisation hacks
Save space in your wardrobe by packing away out-of-season clothes in storage bags. Install racks and rails onto the back of your wardrobe door to maximise hanging room. If you have any bulky pieces that you don’t need to access all the time, you can store them in baskets on top of your wardrobe.
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