Fitted bedroom furniture brands rated
John Lewis fitted bedroom furniture
By Liz Ransome-Croker
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Find out how John Lewis & Partners' fitted bedroom customers rate its service and furniture for build quality, durability and value for money.
We quizzed nearly 1,200 bedroom furniture owners about their purchases, including John Lewis customers. Find out how its service compares to other brands Hammonds, Sharps, Sliderobes and Ikea.
The highest-scoring fitted furniture brand tops our table with a fantastic customer score of 89%. But will you get a better service at a high-street retailer or a specialist store?
For a full round-up of the scores, head to fitted bedroom furniture brands rated.
John Lewis fitted bedroom furniture ratings
The table below shows how John Lewis performed across a range of important factors when buying fitted bedroom furniture.
Our customer scores give you an idea of what people think of a brand overall. They are calculated by combining how satisfied people are with a company and whether they would recommend it.
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John Lewis bedroom furniture ideas
John Lewis offers a comprehensive fitted bedroom furniture service, from the design of made-to-fit wardrobes to their installation. You can buy own-brand John Lewis & Partners furniture, or Lawrence Walsh branded furniture.
The John Lewis & Partners range is a mix of traditional and streamlined styles, available in real wood, wood-effect and a range of muted colours.
Lawrence Walsh has one shop in Middlesex, but sells through a handful of John Lewis stores, including Oxford Street, Bristol and Reading. Its furniture is predominantly modern in style.
All John Lewis & Partners and Lawrence Walsh furniture comes with a 10-year guarantee. John Lewis & Partners furniture is made in the UK, and John Lewis says it uses sustainable timber and minimises waste packaging, recycling where possible.
Flick through the image gallery below for a selection of John Lewis's fitted wardrobes and matching furniture:
John Lewis fitted wardrobes and bedroom furniture
- John Lewis fitted wardrobe doors
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- John Lewis types of fitted furniture
John Lewis fitted wardrobes tend to have hinged doors, with four hinges for added stability. The hinges are covered, so that clothes don't get snagged on them, and come with a soft close as standard.
Its sliding wardrobe door range, called Vista (pictured below), comes with mirror and glass door options.
John Lewis's standard fitted furniture uses a front-frame configuration in either wood or aluminium. These wardrobes don't have sides, backs or tops, freeing up all of the space inside, from wall to wall and floor to ceiling. It's handy for small or awkward spaces.
Inside, extra features can include drawers, shelves, pull-out shoe racks, double or curved hanging rails, to make the best use of space. The drawers are soft closing.
Its premium range is fully enclosed, with backs, sides and tops. While this uses more space, John Lewis says it keeps your clothes free of dust and makes the construction more stable.
The Vista sliding wardrobe range can have front-frame wooden or aluminium storage or the premium fully enclosed option.
The aluminium option looks more minimalist, while the wooden version is more traditional.
You can't buy fitted bedroom furniture from John Lewis off the shelf – you need to book an appointment and tailor your furniture to your space.
Once you've booked an appointment, a designer will come to your home to discuss your requirements and measure up. They'll bring along a range of samples so that you can look at styles and finishes.
They will then create a 3D design of your fitted furniture. This service is free. Once you've agreed the design, you'll be given a quote for the furniture.
After agreeing to the service and paying a 20% deposit, a surveyor will come back to your home to double-check the measurements.
Does John Lewis have an online fitted furniture planning tool?
John Lewis doesn't have an online planning tool, you will need to get one of its designers to visit your home. You can download a brochure online, or order one to be sent to you in the post.
John Lewis says that it usually takes six to eight weeks for your furniture to be delivered once you've made your purchase, depending on the specifications you have chosen.
John Lewis's installation service typically takes between one and two days. The installers will remove any packaging and waste from your home.
77% of the people we surveyed used the company they bought their fitted wardrobe from to install it.
John Lewis's fitted furniture ranges centre around its fitted wardrobes. Each wardrobe style has matching freestanding and fitted bedroom furniture, so you can create a complete set. This includes drawer units, dressing tables and even headboards, mirrors and dressing table stools.
As well as bedroom furniture, John Lewis's Haddington, Lugano and Modena ranges also include office furniture.
To help you choose the best fitted bedroom furniture for your home, visit our guide to buying fitted bedroom furniture. It includes tips from homeowners on what they wish they'd known, ensuring that you don't have any regrets.