Changing Rooms

We planned to make use of a dead space in our bedroom when we moved in but saved up to do it right.  Today after lots of ups and downs it’s all done and I can safely say we are both very proud of the finished result.

Minus the problems we had with the company who built our new inbuilt wardrobes (Sharps) the rest has worked out OK.

We have now one massive storage space (the built in wardrobes are double railed and are 6ft deep), we’ve removed a free standing wardrobe from our room, taken out a wardrobe from the guest room and rearranged our other furniture to maximise the space.

It’s amazing what the changes can do and it was well worth the effort.

I think we will wait before we do any more for a while though!

Here’s a collection of typical before and after shots!

The space before
The space before
Waiting for the build to start (Sharps made this process much longer than it should have been)
Waiting for the build to start (Sharps made this process much longer than it should have been)
The build finally started this week - I can stand upright in the middle wardrobe!
The build finally started this week – I can stand upright in the middle wardrobe!
The finished product :)
The finished product 🙂
Tilly has fully inspected the new arrangement
Tilly has fully inspected the new arrangement
The refreshed guest room :)
The refreshed guest room 🙂

6 comments

  1. As long as the new space has Tilly’s (the queen of the castle) approval, there is nothing more to be said. :}

    Well done, looks fantastic.

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