Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 16:24:00 PM. Bedroom. By Josse Alexandrie.
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Large pieces of furniture can make an already modest room feel even smaller, but in the case of built-in storage, a fantastic sense of perceived space can actually be created, when mirror wardrobe doors are chosen.
Ask any interior designer and they will freely divulge that a bedroom that's free and clear of regular clutter and discarded clothing will not only look wonderful, but also create a sense of rest and relaxation that is so critical to any sleeping area, which is why built-in wardrobes are such a terrific installation. Though freestanding options can be utterly beguiling and charming, especially the more antique styles, they require a significant sacrifice of floor space, while built-in options offer a more streamlined and sleek finish. What's more, given the bespoke nature of built-in wardrobes, they can be made to fit absolutely any space and align with any design aesthetic.
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