Alongside beds and bedside tables, a wardrobe is an essential staple in any bedroom or dressing area, as it’s such a neat way to keep all your clothes tidied away out of sight, without crumpling them into drawers or leaving them in piles on the floor. Using hangers, you can hang up longer dresses, coats, skirts, or suits, and often there are additional drawers or shelves included so you can create neat piles of jumpers, jeans or t-shirts that don’t need to be hung up.
Whether your bedroom aesthetic is more industrial chic, and you would prefer an open rail wardrobe, or if you have more of a classical aesthetic where you would prefer a closed wardrobe with closed drawers and pretty details, we have a wardrobe to suit every home. Read on for more information on the wardrobes we have available, and the different ways wardrobes can be used.
Choosing the style of wardrobe you would like depends a lot on the space you want to place it in. If you have a rather unusual space left after your bed and bedside tables are in, such as a pitched roof, you may want to consider opting for a built-in wardrobe that will be built to the exact specifications you require, and you won’t have to search for a wardrobe that fits the measurements you have.
If you have plenty of space, a built-in wardrobe could be useful if you have a lot of clothes you want to keep neatly hidden away. Alternatively, you may want to opt for a stylish statement wardrobe, like the VonHaus Grey Wardrobe with Drawer, which can become an accent piece in the bedroom thanks to its unique features and detailing.
Open wardrobes are a great concept for when you have clothes that you like to display, such as designer pieces or extravagant items that might not fit into a conventional wardrobe. Buying an open wardrobe is also a great choice if your aesthetic leans more towards minimalism or industrial chic,