Frequently Asked Questions on Bespoke Fitted Wardrobes

What is a bespoke fitted wardrobe?

A bespoke fitted wardrobe is a custom-designed storage solution tailored to fit your specific bedroom space. Unlike traditional, free-standing wardrobes that can waste valuable space, bespoke wardrobes are crafted to utilise every inch of the room effectively.

Ordering a bespoke fitted wardrobe offers more than just storage; it provides the expertise of designers and craftsmen who ensure a high-quality, durable wardrobe that integrates seamlessly into your bedroom.

What is the difference between a fitted wardrobe and a standard wardrobe?

Customisation and use of space

A bespoke fitted wardrobe is crafted to fit the exact dimensions and layout of your room, which can include tricky corners and sloping ceilings. This type of design maximises the space, unlike standard wardrobes which come in fixed sizes and may leave areas around them unused.

Storage Capacity

Custom made fitted wardrobes are designed to provide maximum storage, filling the available space from wall to wall and floor to ceiling. This minimises wasted space and provides more storage, whereas standard wardrobes may leave areas around the wardrobe unused, leading to insufficient storage. 

Aesthetic Integration

Bespoke fitted wardrobes can be customised to match your room’s décor, from materials and finishes to colours, ensuring a streamlined appearance throughout the room. In contrast, standard wardrobes come in predefined styles and finishes that may not blend with your room’s design.


Made to measure fitted wardrobes offer a high level of customisation in their features, for example, shelving, drawers, hanging space, and accessories can be designed and tailored to your specific requirements. However, pre-made wardrobes have limited bespoke options, often compromising on both the layout and features.

What bespoke wardrobe designs do Clémaron offer?

At Clémaron, our bespoke fitted wardrobe designs celebrate both modern and traditional architecture, and are tailored to complement your home’s unique character. Our bespoke fitted wardrobes combine luxurious features with modern or traditional elegance. Crafted in our workshop in Horsham, West Sussex, each piece of furniture can be designed and produced in a variety of finishes, from hand priming and painting, or waxing and oiling, ensuring a flawless finish.

Why should I choose Clémaron for my bespoke fitted wardrobes?

With over 40 years of experience, Clémaron Bespoke Wood Interiors offers exceptional excellence and craftsmanship. Our bespoke installations blend beauty and elegance with practicality, tailored to your individual space. Our commitment to the highest quality service and craftsmanship ensures the highest standards for all our bespoke fitted furniture. All work is handled in-house by our experienced professional cabinet makers and our dedication to customer satisfaction is resolute.

How much does a bespoke fitted wardrobe cost?

The cost of a bespoke fitted wardrobe from Clémaron vary project by project, as each wardrobe is unique and designed to your exact specification. Factors influencing the final cost include design, style, interior configurations, and materials. We pride ourselves on a transparent pricing structure that reflects the craftsmanship and quality of our bespoke fitted furniture. For an accurate quote, please contact Claude to discuss your project in detail.

Are bespoke wardrobes expensive?

While bespoke fitted wardrobes are more expensive than standard ones, most homeowners find the investment worthwhile. A bespoke wardrobe offers a storage solution that perfectly matches your needs and your home’s architecture. But the real value is in how much it enhances your life and property.

Do bespoke fitted wardrobes add value to a home?

Research indicates that bespoke wardrobes may increase a property’s value, although this is not guaranteed. Custom built wardrobes, made from quality materials, elevate the storage capacity of a room and therefore its’ visual appeal. These are some of the key factors prospective buyers consider when viewing a property and so potentially increase the property value.