After the bed itself the wardrobe is usually the largest and therefore most focal piece of furniture in a bedroom. A wardrobe should therefore be as visually pleasing as it is functional, with plenty of space for storage within. Where a wooden bed-frame is in use many people choose to incorporate a wardrobe in either a matching or complementary finish, while painted or varnished finishes co-ordinate well with metallic bedsteads. In homes where space is at a premium, wardrobes with sliding doors offer equal storage space without taking up as much room. Fitted wardrobes are designed to slot into alcoves or nooks in the bedroom so as to appear flush to the main wall, creating a smooth line and the illusion of space. Free-standing units are often more ornate and made from heavier woods as they are required by necessity to be sturdier to stay upright when full. Each Fine & Superior wardrobe has been carefully selected to offer a durable yet charming addition to any bedroom. If you need any assistance regarding the most suitable wardrobe for your needs, you can view our Wardrobe buyers guide here.