Fitted bedroom furniture brands rated
Sharps fitted bedroom furniture
By Liz Ransome-Croker
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Find out what Sharps customers think of its fitted bedroom furniture, compared to other brands.
We've asked fitted bedroom furniture customers to rate the brands they bought from, including John Lewis, Ikea, Hammonds, Sliderobes and Sharps.
15% of the 1,172 people we asked bought their furniture at Sharps, making it the second most common choice. But were they pleased with their choice?
Our top brand got an impressive 89%, while the bottom rated ones trailed behind.
Find out how all the brands were rated by their customers in our guide to fitted bedroom furniture brands rated.
Sharps fitted bedroom furniture ratings
The table below shows how Sharps performs across a range of important factors when buying fitted bedroom furniture.
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Our customer scores give you an idea of what people think of a brand overall. They are calculated by asking how satisfied people are with a company and whether or not they would recommend it.
Our star ratings let us drill down into the specifics to find out where companies excel and where they're letting customers down.
Sharps bedroom furniture ideas
Sharps' range of fitted furniture is designed to cater for any size or space. In fact, only two of its designs can't be cut to fit an awkwardly shaped space.
It has four main wardrobe collections:
- Essence: this classic collection has the widest range of wardrobes, available in eight finishes in muted colours or wood effect.
- Signature: more modern furniture, available in four styles.
- Three real wood ranges
- Sliding door wardrobes
It also offers walk-in wardrobe designs, as well as open wardrobes.
Sharps' products and installation have a 12-year guarantee, where most other companies offer 10 years. Its products are all made in the UK, and it is responsible for the entire process, from design to installation.
Flick through the image gallery below for a selection of Sharps' fitted wardrobes and matching furniture. Read on for more on what it offers.
Sharps fitted wardrobes and bedroom furniture
- Sharps fitted wardrobe doors
- Sharps fitted wardrobe storage space
- Sharps fitted furniture design service
- Does Sharps have a fitted wardrobe online planning tool?
- Sharps fitted furniture delivery time
- Sharps fitted furniture installation service
- Sharps types of fitted furniture
Sharps' Essence, Signature and real wood ranges use hinged doors. All of these doors and its drawers come with soft-close hinges as standard.
If you're after sliding doors, you can have between one and five doors in a mix of colours and styles, using one of nine different configurations. Its sliding doors can be mirrored, painted (in a pale colour, graphite or slate grey), wood effect or glazed.
The doors are made to measure, and are weighted and adjusted during the fitting process to make sure they run smoothly.
Its walk-in wardrobes can be left open, or can have hinged or sliding doors in eight finishes.
Sharps uses a front-frame system for all its wardrobes. This means the wardrobes don't come with sides, backs or tops, instead using the shape of your room to from wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling.
John Lewis and Hammonds also offer front-frame constructions, but both also sell a premium version with tops, sides and backs.
Inside your wardrobes, Sharps has an extensive range of handy storage solutions. These include: corner wardrobes; pull-down and pull-out rails; pull-out shoe, trouser and tie racks; tie drawers; pull-out mirrors; pigeon-hole shelves; hanging boot rails and jewellery drawers.
All of its designs can have lighting built into the wardrobes. Its 'glamour unit' is designed to store cosmetics and can have lighting and a mirror built in.
To start planning your fitted furniture with Sharps, you'll need to book a free design appointment. The designer will come to your home with samples so that you can start to plan your wardrobe configuration and style.
Unlike any of the other companies we've reviewed, the Sharps' designer will hand-draw your design, rather than creating a 3D design. This will come once you have placed your order and a surveyor has visited to confirm the designs.
Sharps doesn't have an online planning tool – you'll need to book a free design appointment to talk through your ideas and see them visualised as sketches. For inspiration, you can order a print or digital version of its brochure, or visit one of its many UK showrooms.
The Sharps website has a number of inspiration galleries, as well as real customers' designs featuring before and after pictures.
Sharps doesn't give an average time for delivery from order. But when we asked its customers, the average was around one month and three weeks, which is similar to the other companies we've reviewed.
To avoid delays, its team promises to deliver everything needed for the installation before the day itself.
As well as wardrobes, Sharps offers a range of additional fitted storage, including benches and overhead storage. It will also design children's bedroom storage, and has a Flexispace range that allows you to alter the heights of hanging rails and shelves as your child grows.
Sharps also has a fitted office furniture service – where its designs can match some of its wardrobes. It can also design storage for awkward spaces, such as hallways and landings, under stairs, bay windows and alcoves.
To help you choose the best fitted bedroom furniture for your home, visit our guide to buying fitted bedroom furniture.