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Difference Between Freestanding and Fitted Wardrobes

Struggling for storage space in your bedroom? You’re definitely not alone! Installing a bespoke wardrobe is a brilliant way to maximise your room and ensure there’s a place for everything to be neatly put away. A fitted wardrobe will offer more flexibility to personalise your storage space, ensuring you’ve got a practical design for your bedroom shape and size.

At Neville Johnson, we’re specialists in creating beautiful bespoke furnishings. Discover the difference between the two most popular bedroom storage designs before browsing our full range of designer fitted wardrobes.

Fitted vs freestanding wardrobe storage

The main difference between a fitted wardrobe and a stand-alone wardrobe is that the former is designed to fit an exact space within a room.

Fitted wardrobes are usually the preferred option. They can give you a considerable amount of space for storing clothes, accessories, linen and more. How? They’re tailored to your specifications, meaning you can maximise every inch of your available space. You’ll be able to get the exact finish and colour you want, too.

Fitted vs freestanding wardrobes for sloping ceilings

A slanted roof needn’t be a nuisance. While you might struggle to find freestanding wardrobes for sloping ceilings, many fitted options can easily be tailored into odd-sized nooks and crannies.

All of our fitted wardrobes can be configured to any space, giving you plenty of flexibility regarding placing the storage in your bedroom. It’s not just hanging rail space, either. A room’s lower sloping areas can easily be transformed into drawers or shelves for storing shoes and accessories.

Modern fitted wardrobe designs

There are so many options when it comes to modern fitted wardrobes! Whether you want a natural wood, a statement colour or a wall of mirrors, we have many stunning designs that will instantly add style and functionality to your bedroom.

Give your bedroom a functionality makeover with one of our high-quality, handcrafted fitted wardrobe systems. Browse the full range and contact our design consultants to request a visit. You could also pop into one of our showrooms to view our bespoke furniture in person before you buy.