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How to make the most of the space in your bedroom

Isn't it time you reclaimed your space?

Unless you're fortunate enough to have a huge bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe, the chances are that you could do with making the most of the space in the room. It's not an easy thing to do though. There are certain items of furniture that you have to have in the bedroom which take up plenty of space. The most obvious is, of course, the bed. Anything from a queen-size upwards is going to start eating into the space of any room. And if you have a king-size then that is a huge amount of floor space gone. It may be comfortable and it's nice to have the space in bed, but it doesn't leave a lot of room for much else.

Then, when you start adding in wardrobes, chests of drawers and dressing tables, all of a sudden there's not much room to manoeuvre. Especially if we're talking the free-standing types, which waste a lot of space due to both skirting boards and ceiling heights. These few inches might not seem like much but they all add up, and the more units you have, the more space you're losing to inefficient design.

Reclaiming your territory


Of course, there is a way to really maximise all the available space in the bedroom and that's with fitted furniture. This is bespoke furniture that is designed to your specifications and needs. It's designed around the available space and will really maximise and utilise any potential room. Luxury bedroom design will produce rooms that look seamless and stunning, with loads of available storage space and even more remaining floor space. Every inch of space, from floor to ceiling is used, giving you back those precious feet and inches lost by free-standing furniture.

Save space, save money

As well as being space-saving and efficient, fitted furniture is also extremely hard-wearing. The bedroom might not be on the receiving end of the same level of use as the kitchen or bathroom, but clothing cupboards and drawers get used every day. Some of the flimsy flat-pack furniture is just not up to the task. Even when it is first assembled, it feels rickety and unsafe. Throw a few kilos of clothes into the mix and it's only a matter of time. Fitted luxury bedrooms might cost a bit more initially, but the build quality is so good you might never have to buy any bedroom furniture again. With free-standing units, every few years you'll be shelling out good money after bad just for some basic functioning furniture. The lesson is that you should always pay for quality furniture. It makes financial sense in the long run.

So, as you can see, not only is fitted furniture great for creating more space in the bedroom, but it's also worth the investment too. A well-designed, luxury fitted wardrobe could be exactly what your bedroom needs. Isn't it time you reclaimed your space?