15 Luxury wardrobes that are actually affordable
You’ve seen those beautiful wardrobes that add luxury and style to a bedroom - and you want one too. The good news is that there are plenty of affordable wardrobe designs to choose from. This means that you can transform your sleeping space into a luxurious haven and have the very best storage solution for your belongings (without breaking the bank). In this post, we’re going to look at 15 luxury wardrobes that are actually affordable. We hope that these options inspire you!
1. When less is more
This chic and sophisticated Mendes wardrobe by Zurley is the perfect example of the theory that “less is often more”. Painted in a soft shade of grey, the design includes sliding doors for sleek elegance and inner drawer compartments for practical storage options.
Average price: £ 500.00
2. When more is more
Bold and brilliant, this wardrobe by Instrument furniture takes on more of a “go big or go home” approach. Like the previous Mendes model, it also features modern sliding doors, but with metallic grey panels complemented by raw oak.
Average price: £ 1,200.00
3. Get it on eBay
Few people use eBay to shop for furniture, even though the platform has a wide variety of furniture to choose from. Take this luxury German wardrobe as an example. This high-end design is stunning and has a “stunning” price tag to match. It would make a great addition to a larger city apartment.
Average price: £ 535.00
4. Rustic elegance
This wardrobe combines light oak panels with mirrors to create a rustically elegant design that will fit in with many décor themes. Add lights for a radiantly lovely effect! *Wardrobe by AH Interiors.
Average price: £ 329.00
5. Modern art
This wardrobe by M&N Furnitures is more than just a piece of furniture. The unique combination of clean-cut lines, mirrors, and chrome trim make this wardrobe a work of art. It’s perfect for a contemporary home that’s in dire of character.
Average price: £ 299.99
6. Magnificently masculine
Looking for a wardrobe that will suit a masculine setting? This solid and sleek design by FCI will do just the trick. The doors slide open to reveal perfectly organized compartments that are ideal for hanging suits and sports attire.
Average price: £950.00
7. Isn’t she lovely
Bold and beautiful, this large wardrobe by Juliette’s would make a statement in any room. Adorned with embellishments and petite handles, we just love how this design softens and brightens a room with its mirrors. A little costlier than our other suggestions, this is a piece of furniture that offers great value for money.
Average price: £ 5.675.03
8. Warm and inviting
Add warmth and depth to a room with this bi-fold design by Instrument furniture. The dark oak carcass pairs well with the mirrored glass to create what we like to call “rustic sophistication”.
Average price: £ 680.00
9. Wardrobe and display combo
Placing a display shelf between large free-standing wardrobes is a clever way to separate the units so that you can add a splash of colour or a touch of intrigue. Image courtesy of Team
7. Average price: £ 780.00
10. Mix and match
Add texture and intrigue to your bedroom with this sliding door wardrobe by PoliHome. This is a great option for those who appreciate contrasting designs that somehow pair together to create magic!
Average price: £365.00
11. When single is simple
This single narrow wardrobe is made for singletons. Picture it in a student’s apartment or a luxury bachelor pad. *Another luxury wardrobe by Instrument furniture.
Average price: £466
12. Rad and retro
For something different, consider this retro wardrobe by Lions Home & Living. Again, this comes with a heftier price tag but for the one-of-a-kind design, it’s a steal!
Average price: £ 1,920.00
13. Midnight hour
This sleek and daring wardrobe adds contemporary elegance to a room. It features black glass mirrored doors that slide open and overhanging lights that enhance the dark shades just beautifully! The design is by Head2Be and apart from being priced affordably, you’ll also be greeted with some discount if you’re shopping online.
Average price: £ 765.00
14. Playing with shape
The curved mirrors of this Wayfair wardrobe pair well with the geometric patterns in the room to soften the space. The doors also slide open, making the large unit an option for smaller bedrooms.
Average price: £ 539.99
15. Colour your world
If neutral tones just don’t do it for you and you prefer your world with a splash of colour, then there’s always this super affordable purple glass wardrobe by Domadeco. Dramatic and indulgent, this is a flamboyant design that will suit a contemporary home or apartment.
Average price: £ 590.00
Filling your home with quality luxury furniture doesn’t have to be an expensive endeavor – you just need to know where to look. The above wardrobes are perfect examples that luxury wardrobes can come at an affordable price.