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How Much Do Fitted Wardrobes Cost?

The cost of fitted wardrobes varies depending on the size, materials, and accessories you choose. 

As shown in the table, adding an extra door can significantly increase the price. For instance, a standard two-door wardrobe will cost between £2,000 to £2,200, whereas a three-door wardrobe can cost between £2,800 to £3,600. Similarly, a six-door wardrobe ranges from £4,500 to £5,000.

You can also accessorise your fitted wardrobe with drawers, hanging rails, shoe racks, and mirrors. These can cost between £40 to £200 each, depending on the size and style you choose.


What Affects the Cost of Fitted Wardrobes?

The cost of your fitted wardrobe is determined by several factors, such as size, materials, and accessories. Here’s what you need to consider when selecting the right fitted wardrobe for you:

The Size of Your Wardrobe

The size of your wardrobe will impact the cost. For instance, a sliding door fitted wardrobe, which is perfect for smaller spaces, can cost between £2,500 to £3,000. This contemporary design can suit any room size and add mirrors to the exterior to help reflect light and give the illusion of more space. Alternatively, a six-door fitted wardrobe, ideal for large bedrooms, can cost between £4,000 to £4,800.


The choice and quality of materials

The materials you choose will affect the overall cost of your fitted wardrobe. For example, premium woods like maple and teak will be more expensive than oak. When choosing materials, you should consider the long-term durability and lifespan of the product. Opting for premium materials may cost more initially, but they may last longer and be more cost-effective in the long run.

The cost of your fitted wardrobes will also depend on the quality of the materials. The quality of materials can make a huge difference in the long-term durability of your wardrobe. Investing in high-quality materials may be more expensive initially, but it can save you money in the long run as you will avoid the need to replace cheaper materials due to wear and tear.


Disposal Removal

If you're looking to get rid of a fitted wardrobe, you can expect to pay a professional between £15 and £25 per hour, including the cost of waste removal. However, when you choose Metro Wardrobes, you can rest assured that we'll take care of every aspect of the process. Our team will not only remove your old wardrobe but also install your new bespoke fitted wardrobe, leaving your space neat and tidy. Moreover, we're committed to reducing waste and will dispose of your old wardrobe in an eco-friendly manner. So, if you want to upgrade your bedroom with confidence, leave the removal and disposal to us!


The wardrobes door designs

Choosing a particular design for your door when getting fitted wardrobes can impact the overall cost. For those on a tight budget, it's best to go with a classic hinged or sliding door. Another option is to incorporate mirrors into the design, which can also help you save on furniture costs. While these designs are quite popular and provide a contemporary look, they may not necessarily be the cheapest option available.

However, these classic designs are the smartest and most traditional options for a door. For those who want to take it up a notch, you can select from several door finishes such as high gloss doors, mirror doors, wooden doors, and more, to create a beautiful door design.


Uneven flooring or Carpet

When it comes to installing fitted wardrobes on carpet, it can be a bit more expensive as it requires additional work and preparation compared to installing them on a wooden or composite floor. This is because the carpeted floor needs to be perfectly level and flat to ensure that the fixture is stable and doesn't tilt or collapse.


Location of Property

The location of your property will play a significant role in determining the cost of labour for this job. It's worth noting that the rates charged by labourers can vary greatly across different regions of the UK. For instance, if you reside in London or the southeast of England, you can expect to pay higher rates than the national average, as contractors there tend to charge more for their services.


Oddly shaped area of installation

Fitted wardrobes are ideally suited for installation in rectangular or square rooms. However, if your bedroom has an irregular shape, fitting the wardrobe may prove to be more complicated and time-consuming. As a result, this can increase the labour cost of the installation


Additional Wardrobe Accessories

When it comes to additional wardrobe accessories, it's important to note that they come with an added cost. However, there are many useful accessories to choose from if you want to enhance the functionality of your wardrobe.

For instance, installing warm and premium LED lights in your wardrobe can make it easier to access your storage space when the room is dark. This can be particularly helpful for those who need to quickly grab items from their wardrobe during the night.

Another accessory to consider is a drawer separator. This feature is especially useful for women who want to keep their jewellery organized within their wardrobe drawer. Men can also benefit from this accessory as they can use it to separate their ties, belts, and watches.

Lastly, wardrobe lifts, which are pull-down hanger rods, can make it easy to hang items higher up in your wardrobe, allowing you to make the most out of every square inch of space.


Achieve your ideal storage space

Fitted wardrobes are expensive for a number of reasons, including the use of high-quality materials, customization, precision measurements, skilled labour, installation, additional features, and durability. However, these factors also contribute to the value of fitted wardrobes. If you're looking for a storage solution that's tailored to your specific needs, built to last, and provides long-term cost savings, fitted wardrobes are a worthwhile investment.

To get your fitted wardrobe designed and installed in your home, you can book a free home design visit or call us at 0203 488 3347. Our team will be more than happy to help you achieve your ideal storage space.

Fitted Furniture Collection by Metro

Metro Wardrobe specialises in fitted furniture and home furnishings. We are a one-stop solution for your interior needs. As an established company, we have evolved from solely providing bespoke-fitted furniture to giving our clients a complete experience from concept to completion. Our success in delivering high-quality furniture over the years has led us to expand our business potential and cater to a wider market.

We have a wide collection of fitted wardrobes, sliding door wardrobes, home offices, and living space furniture. Our collections have been aesthetically displayed in a way that stimulates your ideas on how to decorate your internal space. With the knowledge and expertise of our interior designers, we can guarantee you will receive the guidance you need to transform your space affordably.

We have a fully automated factory developed using modern technology. Investing in our smart factory has allowed us to efficiently run the production process of our orders, and our timescale has been significantly reduced. Manufacturing is an important aspect of the process; over the years, we have trialled and tested suppliers for every component to ensure we collaborate with the best in the country. Most of our team members come from backgrounds in interior design, manufacturing, and engineering. We refresh and catch up on current trends, new product launches, international fares, and studio exhibitions.

Our entire process, starting from inquiring to fitting your dream wardrobe at your place, is extremely seamless and easy. You have to send us an inquiry, and we'll do the rest.