Fitted wardrobes are the best way of maximising space in your bedroom. Freestanding wardrobes are flexible as they can be moved around whenever needed but they don’t make use of the space effectively.
If you have the time and skill you can carry out the installation yourself to save some money and create something truly bespoke. This article will discuss how much a fitted wardrobe costs along with the pros and cons.
Types of Fitted Wardrobes
There are several different types of fitted wardrobes to choose from. The best thing about going with a bespoke wardrobe is it can be whatever style you choose. Listed below are some of the most common styles available on the market today.
Three Doors Fitted Wardrobe
This style of wardrobe usually costs between £2,500 and £2,800. The optional features you choose will determine the overall price, this includes items such as mouldings and drawers. A less intricate wardrobe will, therefore, cost less.
Fitted Wardrobe with Sliding Doors
Sliding doors with mirrors create the feeling of a bigger room and offer a contemporary design to suit any size of bedroom. This type of wardrobe will cost anywhere from £2,800 to £3,600 depending on the overall size and finish.
Six Doors Wide Closet
This is ideal for large bedrooms and usually comes in a standard size of 3800mm. At £4,800 average cost, these are at the pricier end of the scale, but they can accommodate a lot more hanging space and drawers.
A big cost of fitted wardrobes is the finish of the wood used, premium finishes can easily double or even triple the cost of a fitted wardrobe. Labour also needs to be taken into consideration if you are not installing the wardrobe yourself. Installation can cost anywhere from £100 to £1,200 depending on the length and style of the wardrobe. If your budget is tight then a simpler design can be chosen to keep costs down.