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A modern, well-lit bedroom features a large, open corner fitted wardrobe with frosted glass doors. The wardrobe has hanging clothes, shelves, and drawers. Nearby, a floor lamp illuminates a small side table with boxes and a vase seated on it. A white bench is in the foreground.

Fitted wardrobe design, you have got one….what happens next?

Many people are intrigued about what happens once the designs are in place. You have agreed that you want to go ahead with your order for a bespoke, handcrafted and beautifully crafted bespoke fitted wardrobe.

What happens next?

Once you’ve met with one of our wonderful team of design experts, and decided on the perfect bespoke storage solution for your needs, our highly-skilled production and installation teams seamlessly take over the process.

Our installers normally work in pairs, from 9 am to 5 pm, and, as a simple single bespoke fitted wardrobe fitting can take as little as one day to complete, we recommend that you only need to include one extra pack of biscuits in your weekly shop (preferably chocolate ones)!!!

The installation team take great pride in their work, and it’s usual for them to do the majority of the build far away from the site in will end up occupying – in our workshop. Half-building the bespoke fitted wardrobe offsite means that there’s less inconvenience for you as all they need to do is simply make the framing on site and piece it all together in order to complete the installation in full.

Our wonderful production team are highly skilled and each of our handy workmen has a minimum of 5 years’ experience. Just like everyone here at Bravo London, they work extremely hard and take great pride in what they do.  Some of them have worked with us for over 8 years so you can imagine some of the stories they can tell!

The installation team are a group of perfectionists, and, once the installation is complete, they check everything with a fine-tooth comb to ensure all the components work perfectly, leaving you to stand back and admire.

Now, which drawer will you choose for your socks…?