There are several different ways a wardrobe can be built and integrated as a corner unit within your bedroom or dressing room. Designed to maximise the use of space and relegate storage to the corners, these wardrobes use the space which can otherwise be cut off and rendered useless by oversized furnishings. As such, storage becomes both accessible and well placed within a room, enabling optimal use of the space available. Read more…
When browsing the different types and styles of corner wardrobe, you will notice that this collection spans wardrobes with a vast door fronting the unit which sits back into the corner space, as well as L-shaped wardrobe units which slot together within the corner and open outwards from two different angles.
Choosing between these designs will depend on the kind of unit that you want to bring into your space, and the amount of floorspace available. It can also depend on accessibility, with our advice being to research the different styles and concepts available before buying.
Finally, be sure to consider other space saving factors when selecting and buying your perfect corner wardrobe.
Having a mirror fitted to the front of the wardrobe door is a functional and practical use of space, while sliding doors can save on the need for space around the exterior of the wardrobe when opening and closing.