Choosing the right type and size of the wardrobe for your bedroom is essential. But before you start looking at new wardrobes, take a look at your old. Looking for another wardrobe is a chance to take care of old problems. Read on to learn how to choose a wardrobe for your specific needs:

Why purchase another wardrobe if that is anything but an update from the former one?

Ask yourself questions like:

  • Do I need more shelf space?
  • Do I need more hanging space?
  • Should I get a taller wardrobe?
  • Could I do with a couple of drawers?

Considering your inclination for storing garments, you may conclude that you need more space to hang your clothes than you do space to fold them. Various combinations of interior storage space are accessible with all sizes of wardrobes. Picking a modular wardrobe permits you the adaptability in blending and matching racks, drawers and hang rail length to suit you. 


As big as you need! But no bigger than you can fit in your room. If you have a small bedroom, you should know how precious floor space is. So think up. Stop wasting floor space, and start thinking vertically. You have to correctly measure the space where you would want your wardrobe to fit. Make a note of both the ideal minimum and maximum width, depth, and height before buying a wardrobe. This will prove to be useful for when you are perusing wardrobes as you can promptly ignore any that fall somewhat short or far from your ideal measurements. Also, it is important to make sure that you have enough space to comfortably stand in front of the wardrobe and open the doors and drawers. Again, if you have a smaller room, sliding wardrobes work a treat as they don’t swing outward. Wardrobes usually come in two types: fully fitted or freestanding wardrobes. For those with somewhat more cash to spend, you can procure somebody to come around, take measurements of your room and plan a completely fitted wardrobe and storage unit for your bedroom that will take up the length of a wall. This might be a smart idea for rooms with clumsy nooks or odd edges. In any case, a freestanding wardrobe that can go with you if you need to move home, be sold as the second hand in the event that you grow tired of it, or even be passed down to your kids if it’s an especially top-notch wardrobe.

How To Buy A Wardrobe That Matches Your Bedroom?

Numerous people are aware of purchasing a wardrobe that matches the rest of their bedroom furniture. If not totally, at least so it doesn’t look excessively strange and out of place. For instance, you wouldn’t purchase an antique armoire elegantly stood tall on cabriole legs if the remainder of your room is very contemporary in its style. Except if you are exploring different avenues regarding the unexpected structure and daring enough to play with differentiating stylistic themes. Be that as it may, for most of the wardrobe purchasers, you’d presumably quite recently like your wardrobe to “go” with everything else. Take a look around at your bedroom furniture if you notice a lot of oak, your safest option would be an oak wardrobe. Similarly, if your room is not getting enough light or it is limited in size then going for mirrored wardrobe is your safest option. A mirrored wardrobe greatly enhances the light and gives off an illusion of expansion to your confined space. You should also take into consideration the finish of your bedroom furniture.


Single door wardrobes are the perfect choice for small bedrooms. Since you have restricted floor space to work with, ensure that you benefit as much as possible from the extra room inside and search for a tall and thin closet that capitalizes on the vertical space as well. Single wardrobes additionally function admirably in visitor rooms where a visit regularly will need to store a couple of things or a kid’s room where their garments will, in general, tend to be smaller and in this way require less space. Single closets are likewise every now and again purchased as an “add-on” or a matching expansion for a current wardrobe to consolidate to make a bigger wardrobe unit.

Here is a wardrobe from our one door wardrobe series.


Two-door wardrobes are the most popular size of a wardrobe, as they will fit a small to the average bedroom. Different interior styles allow for drawers, racking and hanging space in different blends to suit your necessities. Check out this wardrobe from our two-door wardrobe collection.


Three-door wardrobes can be a bit of a squeeze for smaller bedrooms as they have restricted floor space, where double wardrobes can sometimes get away with being in a small room. But three-door wardrobes often suit medium to large-sized bedrooms. They offer a lot of storage combinations to hold a variety of accessories such as shoes, garments and more. Three-door wardrobes are perfect for those with lots of clothes.

Here is our three-door wardrobe from 3 door wardrobe collection.


4-Door wardrobes are perfect for large bedrooms. Even if you don’t share your bedroom with a partner, if you have the space for a 4-door wardrobe it makes sense to splash on one as it allows you to store everything from shoes to attires to old baby clothes. You can even make space for your important documents and accessories. Check out this stylish 4 door wardrobe from our 4 door wardrobe collection.


6-Door wardrobes are big. 6 door wardrobe is the ideal space-sparing answer for couples who can separate the wardrobe into their very own segments with the center unit giving shared extra space to things like towels and sheets. Not forgetting that replacing separate bedroom storage units with a single large closet can free up more space.


Sliding wardrobe are accessible in all lengths and sizes. There are numerous advantages to owning a wardrobe with sliding doors. Especially if you have a small bedroom, as you won’t have to leave room for the hinged doors to swing open.


Here at The Magic Woods, we offer different types of wardrobes ranging from 1 door wardrobes to our giants 10 door wardrobe. Also, feel free to check our wardrobe set series. Please visit our blog for more interesting furniture ideas and trends. Also follow us on FacebookPinterest, and Instagram.

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