Freestanding wardrobes vs fitted wardrobes
All of Lawrence furniture is freestanding which can be fitted!
Unlike other companies Lawrence Walsh offers a service to dismantle, relocate and resemble fitted furniture from one home into another; allowing customers to enjoy there furniture year after year, house after house.
Fitted bedroom wardrobes are designed to run from floor to ceiling, wall to wall without a single gap exposed. Designers measure the space and then calculate the best configuration for the wardrobes to run in then add the scribes to add one fitted unit. Side and top scribes are mainly used to help prevent dust gathering in unreachable areas and to create a seamless run of wardrobes which forms part of the rooms structure. This simple technique can transfer freestanding furniture into a one off unique fitted piece of furniture.
Lawrence Walsh wardrobes are available in a variety of heights to maximise storage and to create a contemporary and minimalistic look. The smaller the scribe more space for storage within the wardrobe.
The most beneficial feature of having fitted wardrobes is that the design process. Lawrence Walsh allows the customer the luxury of choice. Lawrence Walsh designers help customise their wardrobes to incorporate and work alongside their customers’ existing colour schemes and furniture.
The beauty of freestanding furniture allows flexibility to move items around the room as you please. Some people may feel the overall look and portability are winning factors when deciding on fitted or freestanding furniture. If positioned correctly freestanding furniture can add height and personality into a room through colour and texture. Freestanding bedroom furniture consists of a range of products from wardrobes, bedside tables, chest of drawers, tall boy chests and dressing tables.
Whether it is freestanding or fitted wardrobes the interiors need to be organized to meet your needs and requirements. Get it right and it will open the possibilities to storage solution and space saving ideas.
If you find that the bedroom gets a lot less traffic than other rooms in the house, such as bathroom, kitchens and living rooms so you can be more daring and adventurous when it comes to choosing your wardrobe. Think practical, think stylist, think storage.