Bespoke fitted furniture refers to furniture that is specifically designed and manufactured to fit into the space available in the home or office. There are certain advantages over free-standing furniture that make them a very wise investment to have.
Better use of available space
Bespoke fitted furniture is custom-made to make the best use of the available space to a very smooth and comfortable feel. Free-standing furniture is usually placed in wherever space is available in the home and in most cases, free-standing furniture is a real hassle when it comes to sloped ceilings and awkward corners. Additionally, when free-standing pieces are placed in larger spaces, they end up looking lonely and minuscule in proportion to the rest of the room.
Here, made-to-measure, bespoke fitted furniture can be designed to fit into any awkward space and enables the homeowner to create greater storage space, in terms of shelving and cabinets, than what free-standing pieces will allow.
Incorporating personal taste into décor
Fitted furniture is ideal as it not only allows for better use of space but also gives the homeowner a chance to contribute to the design of the furniture they’d like to have install. You can have them made to be of any height, width or depth, with however number of shelves, hanging space and drawers you wish. You can select from 150+ colours, wood textures and glass finishes as well. This gives the homeowner the chance to incorporate more of their personal taste into the decor. The designs selected can be suited to match well with the rest of the homes interior decoration. Furthermore, in the event of the homeowner wishing to sell the property, built-in furniture is a good selling point and can contribute to a higher sale price for the home. Read more about 10 things you need to know about fitted wardrobes
Versatility of design
The flexibility in design means that more storage space can be created for items. Most free-standing furniture is of relatively low height. Fitted furniture means you can go as high as you like. It also allows you to suit your furniture to any awkward corner around the home. This is especially true for homes that have attics with sloping ceilings. As the designs are tailor-made, the homeowner can take advantage of this opportunity to create an effect that is truly unique. It is an excellent opportunity to experiment, but it should be done within reason.
As you make choices on the kind of design you would want to create with your bespoke fitted furniture designer, be sure to have explored as many possibilities as possible. Check out sample furniture displays in showrooms, magazines and online. If you find a fitted furniture design that appeals to you and feels it will work well in your space, print out the picture and give it to the designer to work out dimensions and recommend materials. As you settle on designs and costing, be sure to get as much advice from the designer, they’ll have lots of experience and can be of great help in creating that final look that is right for you.
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