Guide to Wardrobes for small rooms
We all want somewhere to store our clothes, however, what if your bedroom is on the small side? While small rooms forever have their challenges, there are several things to bear in mind when picking the wardrobes that are the best fit for your space.
Space-Saving 2-door wardrobe
Whilst it may be tempting to try our 3-door wardrobes, the fact is that they’ll submerge the space you have, making it – rather than the bed – the focal point of the room. Rather, choose furniture that’s suitably sized to the space it will be breathing. A 2-door wardrobe will nevertheless provide plenty of hanging space and picking ones with drawers means you have extra room to put things like jumpers, jeans or linens without using up valuable hanging space.
Blend into Walls
In a small room, a bold piece of furniture versus light walls will stand out, making it seem more significant than needed. Consider painting your walls the corresponding colour as your wardrobe to enable them to blend in seamlessly and present them visually recess from view. Our Bishop collection are painted in a farrow and ball grey, the perfect colour for a tranquil space.
Keep it Light and Airy
Alternatively to painting your walls the equal colour as your wardrobe, acknowledge wardrobes painted in a light colour, like our Essex 2 Door Wardrobe. If used with the matching bed frame and bedside tables, it will formulate a harmonious look throughout, presenting the room to seem larger than it is.
Bonus Storage Space
Lastly, don’t forget to utilise the space on top of your wardrobe. Pick some engaging woven baskets to store out-of-season clothes or attractive vintage luggage loaded with additional bed linens to get the most of all the space you have.
- Lindsey Brown Burden