How much do fitted wardrobes cost? All your questions answered

fitted wardrobes cost

How much do fitted wardrobes cost? We’ve got the answer, so if you need more storage, these wardrobes are the ideal solution. Forget those dated designs and say hello to classic (but totally stylish) and contemporary designs. They have sliding doors, stand-out hardware and innovative organising solutions and are just so lush.  

How much fitted wardrobes cost is often a big consideration though. If you’re tempted to upgrade your bedroom storage with fitted wardrobes, here are all your questions answered, from cost to how to update your existing design… 

Can I find fitted wardrobes near me?

How long has it been since you popped by your local showrooms? It’s easy to overlook local joiners and manufacturers in favour of big industry names, but they’re worth investigating. Find a local designer who will take the time to get to know you and your lifestyle. They’ll then be able to provide the best products suited to your unique way of living. Great news – you can use our handy Directory to find experts and design specialists close to you. Make sure to expect a warm welcome and a cuppa.  

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Fitted wardrobes cost
The Alfa fitted wardrobe is made in Italy by Novamobili, and comes in a variety of finishes, from matt to gloss lacquer. A design with 102.5cm, 2 doors in gloss lacquer and Abete internal finish starts at £1750, Go Modern.

How can I update old tired fitted wardrobes?

Already got fitted wardrobes and want a refresh? It’s a good idea to replace the door fronts and play around with shelving to update your current wardrobe setup. Don’t forget to pay attention to those fine details which will make a huge impact, such as handles and drawer knobs. There are plenty of bedroom furniture companies which provide fresh coats of paint for door fronts. Or why not try panelling for added interest?   

How can I make fitted wardrobes?

If you’re into DIY or willing to take your skills to the next level, then you can build your own fitted wardrobe. For example, you can use timber from your local builders’ merchant or DIY store. You will also need the right equipment, such as measuring tape to assess the space you have available. In addition, you’ll need a saw and screwdriver, an electric drill and screws, wood plane and adhesive. It’s a more affordable way to expand your storage space and fully customise it to your style. But don’t embark on such a project if you lack the skills – expert joiners will bring your dream space to life with ease and in a safe environment.

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Another great way to put together your own fitted wardrobe, which you have probably already seen many times on social media, is to go for customisable designs, such as the IKEA Pax wardrobe that will give you the feel and look of built-in wardrobes on a budget.  

So, how much do fitted wardrobes cost?

Depending on the size of your scheme, expect to pay anything from £500 for Crown Imperial designs. Then it’s £1000 for a contemporary style from Go Modern or Neatsmith and £2000 and up for a sleek Sharps fitted wardrobe. At the top end, you’ll pay from £3000 for classic Daval furniture. Bear in mind that the more advanced you go with the internal configurations, the higher the cost is likely to be.

Do also keep in mind that this investment will last you for years to come, while packing in style and functionality. 

Neville Johnson Shaker-style
Choose a classic design for a sophisticated scheme, like a Shaker-style fitted wardrobe, from Neville Johnson. You can customise it so it’s completely unique to you.

Featured image: Manhattan Slate Grey bedroom, from £2000, Sharps.

Want more? Then check out our 8 tips for perfect fitted wardrobes.

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