3 ways bespoke fitted furniture can transform your home and create more efficient storage space

PUBLISHED: 15:46 19 October 2020

Add the 'wow' factor to your bedroom. Picture: Nørdikka

Add the 'wow' factor to your bedroom. Picture: Nørdikka

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After identifying an ‘odd-shaped’ gap in the market for sleek and stylish bespoke sliding wardrobes, interior designer Joanna Majewski set about solving the problem and in the process, her business Nørdikka was born.

Who hasn’t dreamed of having a stunning walk-in wardrobe? Picture: NørdikkaWho hasn’t dreamed of having a stunning walk-in wardrobe? Picture: Nørdikka

Specialising in luxury Danish wardrobes, Joanna tells us how to transform your home with beautifully designed fitted furniture and make the most of the space you have available, whether it’s to give your bedroom the ‘wow’ factor – who hasn’t dreamed of having a stunning walk-in wardrobe - or create a more organised home working space.

1. Are you downsizing, decluttering or wanting to add value to your home?

If you’re downsizing or decluttering, it’s important to optimise your space. High quality fitted furniture created in a bespoke way will fit your room perfectly.

Clever storage solutions can help you make the most of the space you have available. Picture: NørdikkaClever storage solutions can help you make the most of the space you have available. Picture: Nørdikka

We offer solutions which can give a complete wall to wall, floor to ceiling look, often described as ‘melting into the floor’ as there are no nasty tracks needed to hold the wardrobe doors in place. Our doors can be as high as 2750 mm.

Clever space-saving solutions should also be incorporated. A truly bespoke wardrobe like our Nørdikka system doesn’t require any fillers, backing panels, carcases, top boxes or bottom plinths. You can utilise every inch of your space.

Investing in bespoke fitted furniture can add value to your home – much like a new kitchen. It should also complement and reflect the overall interior design of the home, from minimalistic looks which work well in new build homes to crittall style which lends itself to the ‘Scandi’ trend of sleek, cleverly partitioned open areas. We can also incorporate our designs with shaker style, using clean lines for a modern look despite its traditional origins.

Investing in bespoke fitted furniture can add value to your home. Picture: NørdikkaInvesting in bespoke fitted furniture can add value to your home. Picture: Nørdikka

2. Do you want to create a master bedroom you can relax in and a walk-in wardrobe of your dreams?

Finding clever design solutions for bedrooms is one of the areas I relish as an interior designer – especially as they come in all shapes and sizes!

If you have a really long bedroom it’s quite easy to create a walk-in wardrobe. Simply use our doors as a room divider and our shelving system to crate the storage type required.

Every wardrobe is different to meet the client’s requirements. I think one of the clever solutions is having a hanging rail which doubles as long hanging too. Then you can use it accordingly for longer and shorter garments. For tall people, a pull-down hanging rail is a great solution.

3. Do you want to create a functioning home working space which will transform your spare room?

With more people working from home now it is important to maintain the home/life balance – not everyone wants to be reminded of work outside your normal hours and for many, a spare room needs to have the flexibility for multiple uses.

We have recently designed solutions for a completely hidden desk behind sliding wardrobe which is perfect for when you’re not working and want to use the room without the home office set up in the way.

Booking your consultation

Made in Denmark, Nørdikka’s bespoke system has a 30-year warranty on parts and can be used for virtually any space you can imagine. They can also assist with any other bespoke furniture from matching dressing tables to bespoke under-the-stairs storage.

Visit www.nordikka.co for more information and inspiration.

Call 07738 469 691 to speak to a designer or to book your design consultation.

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