Do you want to know how to save space in your bedroom? Here are some ideas to help you get more out of the space you have in your bedroom.
When to use a custom wardrobe?
Choosing a custom wardrobe can be a very good option in the following cases:
If your house has small spaces or is not as spacious as you would like, ideally, you should look for a made-to-measure (custom made) wardrobe to take advantage of all the available space.
Custom wardrobes take advantage of the high areas, so you gain a lot of space where you can store things that you do not use so often. For example, winter clothes, coats, boots, etc.
The same applies to any ‘difficult space’ such as a wall that has been left with a column or other protrusion in it. It may seem crazy, but it is something that is seen quite often.
On such walls, you cannot position a conventional wardrobe, however small. A custom-built wardrobe is an ideal solution to cover any such ‘architectural abnormalities’ because they can be cleverly incorporated and hidden out of sight while maximising the use of space available in the room.
A custom wardrobe can be created not only based on the basic measurements (height, width, depth) but you can choose to give it a specific shape, for example like an ‘L’ or, as mentioned, style it around any beams or other structures, so they will be camouflaged by the materials of the wardrobe.
If you know the clothes and other objects that you want to be stored in the wardrobe, you can choose the shape and size you want, creating different compartments for each type of garment, leaving a special space for shoes, etc.
The important thing is that, although you might have a very clear idea of what you want, try to choose a design that gives you a certain freedom, being open to changes, in case you suddenly change your mind and need to keep other things in it or if you decide to switch up the layout, design, and decor in your room. You should come up with a personalised, unique and versatile wardrobe design.
Other space savers
This is one of the most overlooked options for saving space. The space required to open a conventional door is basically dead space. You cannot locate any furniture within the opening arc of the door as it will be bumped each time the door opens. But with sliding bedroom doors you can save that space and put it to good use. Sliding doors for bedrooms come in a wide variety of styles and finishes to suit most tastes, so you should have no problem finding sliding doors that complement your bedroom décor.
Cupboards outside the bedroom
Of course, you can also save space in your bedroom by using unused space elsewhere, for example, a wide hallway where you can make a built-in cupboard to store things such as bedding, small appliances, and any other items you tend to hoard, but seldom use.
The next thing is to take action. You only have to go to a professional fitted bedroom manufacturer and consult their design team regarding your ideas and they will help you until you create just the right wardrobe, cupboards, and doors that fit your bedroom perfectly!