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Wardrobes and Bedroom furniture

September 21st, 2010 at 10:58
Bedroom

A Wardrobe is not just a storage cupboard.

They have now become a functional as well as a piece of bedroom decoration. There are a variety materials used for making wardrobes, however the wooden wardrobe has never lost its first choice position. Most consumers still prefer to have wooden wardrobe when buying bedroom furniture.

With bedrooms becoming smaller and more compact many consumers are prefering Sliding door wardrobes, sliders are generally made as a basic frame with a backing panel. The interiors are then made as carcase furniture and placed behind the sliding doors. Usually a gap of 5cm is left between the doors and the interior sections to avoid dragging of clothes when the doors are opened. Mirrors can be fitted into the doors for making a mirror wardrobe. Today there is a huge range of high gloss or glass application fronts with this type of wardrobe. You can choose from high gloss black, white, grey, walnut and even olive coloured fronts to black, white, cream, blackberry, or bronze mirrored fronts.

With ever changing and busier lifestlyes consumers are changing the way they buy bedroom furniture and are regularly turning to online shopping to find the furniture that not only fits their budgets but also enhances their bedrooms decor. Most furniutre showrooms will only display a limited range of product as floor space needs to be optimised to meet commercial demands. However, online stores can display a much larger range of furniture with a lot more options to meet all budgets. An example of this can be found at www.simplybedrooms.com whom have a relatively small showroom showcaseing about 30 to 50 wardrobes, but have a choice of about a thousand wardrobes featured on their website http://www.simplybedrooms.com/wardrobes/

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