If there are three things we like a bedroom to be, they are: beautiful, spacious, and organised. If you live in a home where space is limited, beautiful is easy to achieve but spacious and organised can be a bit more tricky!

One fab way to maximise any bedroom is with fitted furniture. Here’s why we love it:

Space Savers

If you’re looking for a way to make the most of every little bit of space in your bedroom, fitted furniture is a great option as it sits flush to the wall and gives you more floor space for other furniture.

There’s no need to worry if you’ve got an awkwardly shaped room, either. Fitted wardrobes can be tailored to all sorts of nooks and crannies, turning them into useful space instead of wasted space.

Not only is this maximised use of floor area great for organising spaces, it also means you can fit even more storage into your bedroom.

Future-proof bedrooms

We all love refreshing our bedroom decor every so often but we’re not really up for a complete overhaul every time. Stylish, neutral, fitted bedrooms are a great way to future proof your space with a design that will stand the test of time but that can still be updated by a handful of fresh accents - rather than a complete clearout and redecorate every time you fancy something new.

They’re also a great investment decision for your house. Ample storage is constantly listed as one of the features most home buyers are on the lookout for, especially in metropolitan areas. Adding fitted furniture to your room creates that storage instantly, boosting the value and saleability of your home if you ever think about moving in the future. 

Something for Everyone

One thing that can put buyers off fitted bedrooms is worrying about the cost. Luckily these days, made-to-measure furniture and good planning means that there’s a fitted bedroom for every taste, room size and budget.

If your curiosity is piqued and you want to learn more about our free measurement and planning service, head over to our Fitted Bedrooms site and book your free design visit now.