Research & Concepts
The beginning of any journey is to explore the options. If you’re considering a fitted wardrobe, take a look at what’s on offer. Explore different styles and designs to see what you like. Take a look at door options, different finishes and concepts to see what attracts your attention. It’s always a good idea to browse through as many images as possible to find ones that you like, these can then be used as examples for as examples for what you want to achieve for your own wardrobe.
Always remember that every space is different, some images may show larger scale runs of wardrobes, if you have only a small space to work with, be realistic on what can be achieved.
You need to get an idea of the space you have. If you haven’t already it may be worth getting some rough dimensions of the space you have, so you know what you have to work with. Alternatively, if you are doing rennovations or building a new home you will have copies of architectural plans which will give you dimensions. When our surveyors come to visit your home, they will take the necessary measurements to design something, but it’s always a good idea for you to have a basic idea of what there is space wise.
Take in to consideration any obstructions or allowances that might need to be made like chimney breasts, pipes, electricals etc. This will affect the way your fitted wardrobe is designed and determine if any special solutions are needed.
Once all the measurements have been taken and there’s an idea of the look you want to achieve, the next stage is design. Talking with a designer will help to narrow down the best solution for your space. They will take in to condsideration the available space to work with, product options, budget and what you want to achieve overall. This is where you can also consider what finishes you like and what internal accessories you want to include. We can also advise on what you may need based on the amount of items you have to store.
Once you have a provisional design for your fitted wardrobe, you can then sort out the final details. This is where we can finalise finishes, handles, if you want lighting or not etc. Once the final design has been confirmed, it’s time for your fitted wardrobe to go in to production.
Delivery & Installation
In the final stage, once your wardrobe has been made, it’s ready to be delivered and installed in your home. Our team of experienced fitters will efficiently and effectively assemble and fit your wardrobe in to the space. Everything will ahve been planned out in advance so our team can get straight to work and have your fitted wardrobe installed in no time.
Your fitted wardrobe is now built in and complete. The only thing left to do is start filling your wardrobe up and enjoy it!