Does any of the following strike a chord with you?
You’re struggling for space and feeling like you’re overrun with items that you just can’t find a home for, no matter how many times you spring clean?
Your informal lounge area has turned into a crazy kids play area and what you’d love, more than anything, is a place to have the toys to return each evening? And then you could feel like your home is ordered and peaceful after the chaos of the day?
Your home has wardrobes but they’re not really designed for the purposes you need them for, so end up being a little redundant?
The cupboards in the bedroom have too much hanging space and absolutely no room for anything else, let alone your shoe collection?
Your home doesn’t seem to suit readymade wardrobes but you could really use some extra storage space in one of the little nooks or crannies in your home?
You would probably benefit from checking into custom wardrobes. Custom Built In Wardrobes are built with you, your family, your needs, desires and requirements in mind. Imagine not having to worry about accurate measurements and if you’ll be able to open the doors or move freely if you buy that particular wardrobe and put it in that particular spot?
Custom wardrobes can work around the available space in your home to utilise those dead areas, maximise the potential of your space and solve a storage issue to help your home run more smoothly, and your space feel more like your own. If you have a particular purpose in mind (shelves in the study, drawers in the bedroom cupboard, walk-in robe for the lady in your life…) you can get the professionals to tailor make your wardrobe so you’ll never be cursing and digging at the back of a thousand things again. (Well, maybe. Custom wardrobes are not self-tidying. But they should help you with your organisational dramas.)
Another plus of custom wardrobes is that you are able to tailor the look of the wardrobe to fit into the style of the current furniture in the room or home for a seamless finish.
Custom wardrobes can be created and installed into existing spaces, new homes, newly renovated homes or of course shops and businesses. And they don’t have to have an enormous price tag to match.