Three Wardrobe Designs for Bedrooms
Monday 26th March 2018
Reflect pure style with a mirrored wardrobe design
This style tip is all about creating space. At Spaceslide we make room, and this translates into perceived space as well as physical space. Physically, our wardrobe interiors create actual space by keeping your clutter locked away. Whilst this idea of a space saving wardrobe is a fantastic way to create real room to move around in your home, there are other ways to make a room feel bigger as well. The good news? You won’t have to knock any walls down.
By adding a set of mirrored wardrobe doors, you can reflect the style of your room right back at you, creating an open feeling of space and light.
Go natural with a wood-look wardrobe finish
Another great way to go beyond the concept of a wardrobe as a storage unit, is to add a quality wood finish to it. Our customised wood finish wardrobes, such as Cape Elm and Walnut, add a warm, natural feel whilst retaining a contemporary, timeless edge.
Bold colour wardrobe designs for bedrooms
If natural wood finishes aren’t the right choice for you, try bold colour choices. Instantly injecting a splash of colour and personality into a bedroom, varying your tones, as well as pairing and contrasting different colours, can make your room really feel like home.
All of this can start with our wardrobe designer tool
Want to get started with your wardrobe design? Head over to our wardrobe designer tool, where you can create a variety of wardrobe designs for bedrooms. Using the tool, you can configure your sliding wardrobe, choosing every detail, from initial measurements through to colours, panels and extra fittings.