Cost of Fitted Wardrobes in 2022
One of the most asked questions we usually get from our prospects is about the general cost of fitted wardrobes.
Fitted wardrobes are arguably the classiest interior solutions in the industry. They provide you with the following noteworthy advantages:
- They are an elegant use of tight spaces
- Their sleek and modern design enhances the overall look of your home
- They are fully customisable according to your needs and requirements
While fitted wardrobes have many benefits, money is always one of the major factors that drive the decision-making process of homeowners.
Therefore, we came up with this in-depth cost guide to help you out with all the questions related to the prices of fitted wardrobes.
This guide will touch upon the following topics:
- The various customisation options for fitted wardrobes
- What each option costs generally
- The factors that affect the overall costs
Cost of Fitted Wardrobes
Here you’ll find the approximate cost of various style options you can get with bespoke wardrobes.
Basic Fitted Wardrobe
Starting with a basic configuration of two double door, full hanging units (Our ref D2H) at 1.2m wide each, creating a combined width measuring 2.4m long, and with a height of 2.2m, and the units 650mm deep. The carcase and flat panel doors in a “Platinum White” laminate finish. All fittings in satin nickel, and simple pull handles.
For this kind of wardrobe you can expect to be paying around the £3500 price range.
Fitted Wardrobe With Premium Options
A mid range wardrobe would include more premium finishes such as premium wood grain laminate carcase units and maybe painted finish shaker style doors.
This fitted wardrobe’s cost could be starting at about £4500 for the same size wardrobe as the previous example.
Fitted Wardrobe with High-End Finish
To give you an idea of what an even higher spec wardrobe would cost we could look at some premium level finishes. These wardrobes come with a high-end hand polished finish, with carcases and doors in a real wood veneer and lacquered finish.
The price for the same configuration, but in these high-end finishes would be around £6800.
As far as other configurations are concerned (like hanging rails and shelves), there isn’t going to be a major price difference. But, if you want to add drawers, the price could increase in the range of an extra £800 per unit that has drawers, dependant on what style and material of drawer you pick.
The sizes of the units won’t have much of an impact on the price. But you’ll start noticing much more of a difference if your unit is extra tall over 2.5m.
Other accessories like LED Lighting would also add about £250 to the unit’s cost.
Here’s the summary table for the costs of fitted wardrobes:
Basic Wardrobe with standard Options
- 4m long, 2.2m high, 650mm deep
- 2 No. Double Door DFH
- Carcase and flat panel doors
- Platinum White Laminate finish
- Satin Nickel Fitting
- Simple Pull Handles
Basic Wardrobe with Premium Options
- Premium Wood Grain laminate carcases
- Painted finish shaker style doors
High-End Premium Finish
- Carcases and Doors in a real wood veneer and lacquered finish
Factors that Affect Fitted Wardrobes’ Cost
Some factors decide what your fitted wardrobes will eventually cost you so if you have a strict budget, here are some things to bear in mind:
Size Of The Wardrobe
As you can see from the table above, the actual size of your fitted wardrobe will be one of the major factors contributing to the total cost.
It can be a little difficult to know what size will fit in your space, and if you don’t want to hire a contractor to build your unit, you might not know where to begin.
So, it is highly recommended that you get an initial inspection of your space from a specialist who can provide you with all the viable options for your bespoke wardrobe.
Your choice of materials will also impact your overall costs. For example, if you are choosing premium real wood veneers, they will understandably cost more than going for a laminate board finish.
When choosing the material, ensure that you decide while weighing up the short-term costs and the longevity of the product. If your budget allows, always try to go for the premium choice as they have a good lifespan and last longer than the cheaper materials.
To get the most from a bespoke wardrobes it is a great idea to spend some money on a few accessories. Qbium have a large range of accessories to choose from in a variety of styles that can help completed your wardrobe and enhance its overall look. Things like drawer dividers, lighting, and storage boxes can help customise your wardrobe to your style and needs, making it beautiful and fully functional.
Fitted wardrobes come in a variety of options and styles you can choose from according to your needs and budget. It is always a good idea to research your options to make an informed decision that will prove to be beneficial in the long term.
And we hope that this article proved to be a good resource for you in your decision-making process.
If you need any more help regarding the costs of fitted wardrobes or you have any other questions, feel free to contact us.
Our team of professionals is always ready to help you out with your queries.