Easy Guide to Bedroom Furniture & Sliding Mirror Wardrobes

Easy Guide to Bedroom Furniture & Sliding Mirror Wardrobes

So, you’ve decided to spend money on furniture for your bedroom. What do you need? A bed side table? Mirror/wooden wardrobe? Dressing table? Or another piece of furniture?

Here is an easy guide to understanding your bedroom needs. Ask yourself 4 questions:

Question 1: How quickly do you need the furniture?

Question 2: What quality should the furniture be?

Question 3: How much are you willing to spend?

Question 4: Do you want to customise your bedroom furniture?

Furniture Option 1

Flat pack furniture – You can buy flat pack furniture from a various number of well known outlets – IKEA and Argos, to name a couple. You receive the furniture and assemble it yourself. Some retailers will build the furniture for you but this can cost extra. The furniture can also be purchased from a catalogue or direct from the store.

Pros: Furniture is cheaper than other options. The quality is generally OK and can be purchase quickly from local retailers

Cons: The furniture cannot be customised to your own design taste (different colour etc) and will not be build into your bedroom i.e. freestanding.

Cost: Between A�100 – A�400

Furniture Option 2

A high street fitted bedroom – Most fitted bedroom and sliding wardrobe companies will integrate your bedroom furniture into your room and allow you to choose the material from a list. You can choose the design from a range of bedroom ‘sets’ which will represent the range on offer to you. The set you choose would be fitted to your room and fully integrated.

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Pros: Bedroom furniture is better quality than flat pack

Cons: Furniture will take weeks to order, deliver and assemble, can sometimes be very expensive if using the wrong company and you can’t customise the bedroom furniture.

Cost: Between A�800 – A�3,000

Furniture Option 3

A bespoke bedroom – bedroom furniture which is completely customisable and fitted to the room specification. The difference between choosing option 2 or 3 is with 3 you make the decisions, you can fully design or change a bedroom style to suit your taste.

Pros: Bedroom furniture is better quality than flat pack, completely customisable, fully integrated, same price as high street brands (if not cheaper) and uses excellent quality materials.

Cons: Furniture will take weeks to order, deliver and assemble, can sometimes be very expensive if using the wrong company and you can’t customise the bedroom furniture.

Cost: Between A�800 – A�3,000

The point of this article is simple – don’t settle for anything less than the best. When you purchase your bedroom furniture have an idea of what you want, have a price in mind and shop around.

You can really find value in smaller, lesser known companies who can customise your bedroom furniture and mirror doors to your design & personal standards.