Fitted furniture is by no means a recent addition to the market, however, the desire for sleek, streamlined and Scandinavian design is certainly on the rise. We’re all looking to create the illusion of more space in our rooms, and using fitted furniture is an excellent way to do this; making use of every inch of space available. But what are the other benefits of fitted furniture and is it worth the often higher initial investment? Find out in this post.
One of the key benefits of fitted furniture is that every element can be fully customised to suit your needs and lifestyle. It’s down to you to choose whatever dimensions, features and storage solutions you like. In a fitted wardrobe, you could choose double hanging, a shallow pull out draw for accessories, separate shelving designed for shoes, internal draws etc; the combinations are endless! You can design furniture to ensure that there is a place for everything, it’s just down to you to make sure that everything is in its place! Gone are the days of furniture that isn’t practical, make your furniture work for you.
A common misconception is that fitted furniture takes up too much space in a room, and allows for less flexibility; this couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, fitted furniture makes the most of available space, including corners and right up to the ceiling. Normally, corners of rooms would remain empty, and the space on top of a wardrobe unfilled - simply left to collect dust. With fitted furniture, these spaces are transformed into a much more efficient storage solution.
Fitted furniture makes an excellent addition to any home, available in a range of designs, styles and finishes to complement the home. Whether that’s floor to ceiling storage solutions, a high gloss finish, glass panels or dark woods, fitted furniture is part of creating a timeless finish to fit any room. Not only does fitted furniture look contemporary, but its also highly durable and will last for years to come. This is because fitted furniture is attached at all sides, meaning it won’t pull itself apart as time goes by.
More storage is something most people look for in a property, and this is something that fitted furniture helps to provide in abundance, designed to make the most of the space available, including those awkward corners. As fitted furniture is designed to last, it’s also far from a temporary option. What’s more, as it comes with the house, these types of fittings are designed for the imagination of a potential house buyer looking for a property where they can imagine themselves living. So when done right, fitted furniture can help to add value to your property for years to come.
If you’re interested in finding out more about our range of fitted bedroom furniture, get in touch with our Nottingham team who are more than happy to help! We can’t wait to get started on redesigning your space with you.
Posted on: 28th October 2019