Corner Wardrobes

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Dakota Corner Wardrobe
Dakota Corner Wardrobe
JD Williams

£199.00

Sale
Build Corner Wardrobe Module
Build Corner Wardrobe Module
La Redoute

£194.35 £299.00

Hampstead Oak and White Painted 2 Door Corner TV Unit
Hampstead Oak and White Painted 2 Door Corner TV Unit
Choice Furniture Superstore

£214.00 - £1,074.00

Lorenzo 2 Door Corner Hinged Wardrobe
Lorenzo 2 Door Corner Hinged Wardrobe
Bensons for Beds

£649.99

Rauch Rivera White Corner Wardrobe
Rauch Rivera White Corner Wardrobe
Choice Furniture Superstore

£212.00 - £289.00

Homestyle HomeStyle GB Z Painted Corner TV Unit
Homestyle HomeStyle GB Z Painted Corner TV Unit
Choice Furniture Superstore

£245.00 - £1,729.00

Sale
Build Corner Wardrobe
Build Corner Wardrobe
La Redoute

£359.40 £599.00

Annaghmore Santorini Painted TV Unit - Corner
Annaghmore Santorini Painted TV Unit - Corner
Choice Furniture Superstore

£111.00 - £675.00

Global Home New Trinity Oak Corner TV Unit
Global Home New Trinity Oak Corner TV Unit
Choice Furniture Superstore

£118.00 - £710.00

New York Wooden Corner Wardrobe In White
New York Wooden Corner Wardrobe In White
Furniture in Fashion

£779.95

Portland Dove Grey Painted 2 Door 1 Drawer Wardrobe
Portland Dove Grey Painted 2 Door 1 Drawer Wardrobe
Choice Furniture Superstore

£198.00 - £569.00

Osaka Oak 2 Door Corner Wardrobe - Oak Effect
Osaka Oak 2 Door Corner Wardrobe - Oak Effect
The Range

£349.00 - £450.00

Sale
New York Mirrored Corner Wardrobe In Oak
New York Mirrored Corner Wardrobe In Oak
Furniture in Fashion

£859.95 £1,289.95

Homestyle Diamond Painted Corner TV Cabinet
Homestyle Diamond Painted Corner TV Cabinet
Choice Furniture Superstore

£175.00 - £825.00

New York Tall Wooden Corner Wardrobe In White
New York Tall Wooden Corner Wardrobe In White
Furniture in Fashion

£899.95

Wardrobe Buying Guide

A wardrobe is the second-most striking piece of furniture in your bedroom, after the bed. An aesthetic wardrobe lets you define your design statement. As wardrobes come in a variety of materials, sizes, shapes and designs, it’s important to perfect your choice by analysing your room’s layout, space availability, storage requirements and budget, among other factors. This wardrobe buying guide sums up the key points to consider prior to making your selection.

Size Up Your Room

Measure your room’s size and note down the ideal height, width and depth of a wardrobe that will conform to this space. Ideally, the wardrobe should leave enough space for you to stand in front of it and open the shelves and drawers comfortably. It should let you move around, without blocking doors, windows and passages. Sliding doors that don’t swing outward while opening also help if you are short on space.

Decide What Goes In

Think about what you are going to store in the wardrobe – will it be for household linen, clothing, shoes, jackets, long dresses or accessories? Choose the right combination of shelves, drawers and hanging rails based on your storage preferences. Allocate space for full-length and half-height hanging rails to store both long and short clothes. Leave enough space to keep folded clothes.

A wardrobe in the master bedroom should accommodate more clothes than the one in a guest room. Modern wardrobes offer the flexibility to mix and match shelves, drawers and hanging bars based on your needs. Adjustable shelves are a great choice if your requirements are expected to change over time.

Fully Fitted vs Freestanding Wardrobes

Fitted wardrobes befit rooms with odd angles, awkward spaces, slanted ceilings or asymmetrical walls. You can custom-design a fully fitted wardrobe based on your room’s size and specific storage requirements. Fitted wardrobes allow you to make the most of any space. However, they are a bit more expensive than freestanding wardrobes and need to be fitted by an expert.

The greatest advantage of a freestanding wardrobe is that it can be taken with you when you are moving house. Freestanding wardrobes come in a variety of designs and are highly cost-effective. Pick a design that offers adequate storage drawers and rails. Make sure you secure the wardrobe with your wall fixings to prevent it from toppling over. And, if you are bored with its design, you can even sell or exchange it.

Know the Different Types of Wardrobes

Single door wardrobes are ideal for tiny bedrooms with limited floor space. Go for a tall, vertical and compact wardrobe that makes the most of the storage space inside. They are also a perfect choice for guest rooms and children’s rooms. They also work well as an “add-on” or identical extension to expand existing wardrobe units.

Double door wardrobes are the most common wardrobe type opted for small to average rooms. These wardrobes offer more flexibility in designing interior styles. You can choose the best combination of drawers, shelves and hanging rails based on your storage needs.

Three door wardrobes are perfect for large size and shared bedrooms where you need to stock more clothes. You will also get sufficient space to store jumpers, shoes, winter outfits and long pieces of clothing.

Hinged door wardrobes suit large spaces where you can fully open the doors to see all the stored items at once. If your room has limited space to accommodate an additional chest of drawers, go for a hinged door wardrobe with integrated drawers at the foot. It allows you to store shoes, gloves, wrist bands and other accessories. You can also opt for a hinged wardrobe with full-length mirrored doors.

Sliding door wardrobes help save space in small bedrooms. These wardrobes are available in various heights and sizes. While some take up your full wall, some occupy the space of a freestanding wardrobe.

Bi-foldable wardrobes are an elegant solution for rooms tight on space. They fit well into your room’s design, allowing you to store clothes and other items out of sight. Many bi-foldable wardrobes offer full-length mirrored doors that enhance your room’s ambience by reflecting natural light.

Wardrobe Materials, Styles and Designs

  • Wardrobes made of durable hardwood can last several years to come.
  • Go for a pine wardrobe if your bedroom has other furniture made of pine. If there's a lot of oak or teak, make your choice accordingly.
  • Light oak gives an immaculate and spacious appearance to your room, whereas dark oak can enrich your space’s elegance.
  • Pine wardrobes align with any type of interior décor as they come in versatile designs like waxed pine, painted pine, antique style and rich tones.
  • Wardrobes finished in white, high gloss and light colours give a contemporary look, while black or dark tints will make your wardrobe look bolder and more dominant, especially when you set the wardrobe in a larger space.

Before you buy a wardrobe, analyse your current one for its shortcomings and decide what you expect your new wardrobe to offer, along with your budget. Explore our exclusive collection of premium bedroom wardrobes from top furniture manufacturers in the UK.