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Can Fitted Furniture Increase the Value of Your Home?
The main purpose of all our clients when they come to us to design and install fitted furniture in their home is driven by a desire to improve the look and storage space of their home. But fitted furniture in the home, whether it’s the bedroom, the home office, living room or a gorgeous bespoke kitchen, does so much more – adding value to your property being just one benefit.
But why do fitted wardrobes add value to a property?
When viewing a property for the first time, the trick is to make it as easy as possible for the viewers to imagine themselves living there. If the property is cluttered and a little claustrophobic, then this is only going to minimise your chances of selling. It suggests that there is little usable storage too, something that many potential buyers find off putting.
All our fitted wardrobes are built to meet the exact size and shape of the room, allowing any difficult corners or angled ceilings to be utilised and complimented. In turn, this means that space has been freed up in other parts of the room.
Installing a fitted wardrobe is an investment that will reap rewards for you in terms of storage but also in terms of attractiveness for potential future buyers. Streamlined and aesthetically pleasing, what is there not to like about sliding wardrobes in the bedroom or in the hallway, ideal for storing coats and shoes?
Will a walk-in wardrobe add value to my home?
Property is a long-term investment. The days of making quick money on property are long gone, a heyday of the 80s when tumbled down properties were cheap but once renovated, commanded a supreme price on the open market.
The value of your property will increase over time. And with fitted furniture, such as sliding wardrobes or living room furniture, you are increasing its appeal, essential for a sale at the right price.
What NOT to do
There are so many don’t when it comes to making your property appealing to buyers that they are almost too lengthy to mention here. However, when it comes to fitted furniture, here’s what you should and shouldn’t do;
- Don’t sacrifice bedroom space – the most valuable asset of your home is the number of bedrooms, even if the fourth bedroom is a little bijou
- Don’t forget to tell buyers how versatile fitted furniture is – and how they can customise it to make it their own by changing sliding wardrobe doors and so on.
- Invest well – high-quality fitted furniture will last for years and outlast trends that come and go. Accessorise them with modern sculptures and art to bring them right up to date.
Contact us today to see how we can help you to add appeal to your home with high-quality fitted furniture.