Why Choose Mirrored Fitted Wardrobes for Your Bedroom

When designing your bedroom, you must give priority to storage above all and when it comes to storage, fitted wardrobes are the best choice. However, you might overwhelmed with the number of choices available – sliding door wardrobe or hinged door, floor to ceilings wardrobes or a wardrobe with custom height, etc. Another thing that you have to decide is whether choose mirrored wardrobes or wardrobes with plain doors. The opinions differ greatly, so let us explore the many pros and cons of choosing mirrored wardrobes.

Pros and Cons of Mirrored Wardrobes

Mirrored wardrobes make a good choice for people who live in compact spaces. By choosing a mirrored wardrobe, you can save the space that you would have required to place a dressing table. With mirrored wardrobes, you again have two options – sliding mirror doors or hinged mirror doors. 

Both make a good option; but you need to choose one depending upon the space available. Sliding wardrobes are space efficient furniture, so you can free up a lot of floor space by choosing sliding doors. However, if you like traditional furniture you can choose hinged doors, but make sure you have enough space to be able to open the doors completely. 

   Other benefits of mirrored wardrobes include:

Mirrored wardrobes are available in a wide range of styles, shapes and finishes, so you can get the desired look for your room. You also have the option to choose from a range of mirror styles that include decorative mirrors, coloured glass, lacquered glass, shaded glass, partly frosted mirrors, etc.

Mirrored wardrobes make your room appear larger by reflecting light. It also makes the room well lit (since the bounces around the room through the mirrors) so that your room feels brighter and cheerful. 

Mirrored wardrobes are highly functional so you can use them in multiple ways – use it as your dressing mirror, you can practice dancing or exercising in front of the mirrors, etc. 

Mirrored wardrobes can be placed in any room – whether it is your master bedroom, loft room or anywhere else.

However, you must be careful if you have kids in your home. Since most mirrored wardrobes utilise full sized mirrors, it can break down in case it is being hit by any hard surface. So if you have kids, choose a style that will keep the mirrored portion away from their reach. 

To sum up, mirrored wardrobes work best for small and dark rooms. But in order to create the best mirrored wardrobe designs, you must work with an experienced fitted furniture designer. An experienced furniture designer would be able to provide options that will make your room look modern and stylish. So along with improving the aesthetics of you room, you can also maximise the storage space within your room. If you have an old and traditional wardrobe in your room, you can refurbish it and get a mirror fixed on its doors to give it a modern look. 

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