Trying to find the right furniture can be a challenge. Whether its just the wrong shade or the wrong size, getting something that’s just perfect can seem impossible.
That’s why more people are turning to bespoke furniture, tailor made to their requests.
While bespoke furniture has aesthetic advantages, its also great for making your home more organized.
More and more people are choosing to work from home and as such, making sure you have a productive workspace is crucial.
It’s all about making sure you get as much out of your available pace as possible, and strike a balance between practicality and comfort, and it requires a lot of planning.
Bespoke drawers, cabinets and such are a great help in a home office, as you’re going to need as much storage space as possible for documents and office supplies etc.
Bespoke furnishing can allow you to really maximise your vertical space as you can add shelves and drawers in places such as under tables and desks.
Anyone who works in an office will know that office chairs can be extremely uncomfortable, but getting one made bespoke can mean you can get one made to your specifications so it’s just right!
Having everything custom made and fitted to maximise your space will make a big difference to your home office, and hopefully make you more productive.
Getting a wardrobe to fit your home can be a difficult task, especially if you need it for a loft conversion or room with a sloped roof or some other irregular shape.
With a bespoke wardrobe you can have the furniture tailor made to take any of these quirks into account, and your wardrobe will slot in exactly where you want it.
Again, this is all about maximising your available space, and being able to place your furniture exactly where you want it, rather than it being dictated to you by its shape.
The real advantage of a custom wardrobe though is that you know exactly what needs to go into it.
So if you’ve got a massive collection of shoes, add in extra shoe storage, or extra hanger space for suits and shirts.
For example, check out this case study from bespoke designer Barbara Genda who designed a great solution for this household with over 100 pairs of shoes!
Bespoke furniture also allows you to get the most out of your furniture by using it for storage as well as the purpose it was designed for.
For example, beds can house drawers and cabinets underneath, sofas can have storage space underneath, and footstools can even open up to store stuff in!
Hidden storage is a great way to keep the house tidy, especially in those areas where clutter tends to build up.
So when you’re next buying furniture, bear in mind just how much easier and more organized you could make your life by opting to have it custom made.
Having control over the whole process from deign to installation means you can tailor any piece to meet your needs aesthetically or practically, so instead of trailing around looking for that perfect piece, have it designed yourself!