We've spoken to 1,735 fitted wardrobe and bedroom furniture customers about their purchases, and rated 10 well-known brands, including John Lewis, Ikea, Wickes, B&Q and Sharps.
As well as asking people who bought within the last two years, we have also asked customers who have bought since 2010, so that we can truly see how the brands' furniture stands the test of time.
Some achieved the highest rating of five stars, while others a very average and less impressive three stars.
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While our customer score gives us an idea of what people think of a company overall, our star ratings let us drill down into specifics, looking at what areas companies are excelling at, and which they're letting customers down on.
To get these, we asked people who have bought since July 2018, as well as those who bought between May 2010 and June 2018.
Flick through the image gallery below for a selection of Sliderobes' bespoke fitted wardrobes and matching furniture.
Sliderobes' designs are built to specification to fit your space, whether it's straight-forward or awkward, with a huge range of storage options. The style tends toward a sleek, modern look.
All its furniture, storage options and smaller components, such as door runners, are guaranteed for 10 years. This excludes any electrical or LED accessories, which are covered for two years.
Sliderobes specialises in fitted wardrobes with sliding doors, rather than standard hinged doors. It also offers a number of walk-in wardrobe solutions.
Its doors come in wood-effect, mirrored fronts or decorative glass, and often have an option for combining different door fronts.
There are a few bold colours to choose from, but its colour palette uses predominantly muted tones.
It also sells sliding doors in transparent glass, pictured below, for those whose clothes are too beautiful to hide away.
Sliderobes has a large range of different storage options, all of which are designed to create stylish ways to easily store, display and access your clothes. Unlike some other companies, it's internal storage is also made-to-measure, so will fit your requirements exactly.
As well as shelves, drawers and hanging rails, there are also pull-out mirrors, different types of shoe racks and pull-down rails. It also has dedicated shoe storage - for those with a large collection to house - and bespoke his and hers units.
If you are a wheelchair users, have mobility impairments or even different height requirements, it has accessible storage options too.
Sliderobes creates bespoke wardrobe designs in a full made-to-measure service, so you'll need to book an appointment. An initial consultation can either be done at your home, in one of its showrooms or virtually.
You'll get a 3D plan of your design and a no-obligation quote. If the appointment is online or you head to a showroom, you'll need to take the measurements yourself - Sliderobes has a video on how to do this accurately.
If you choose to have someone come to your home or you visit a showroom, Sliderobes says it has conducted Covid-19 risk assessments and its staff are following hygiene procedures and keeping socially distanced where possible.
If you want inspiration before your appointment, as well as visiting one of its showrooms, you can order a brochure (digitally or in print), or browse the Sliderobes website, which has mood boards and images of wardrobes it has fitted in real homes.
This largely depends on what you choose, but Sliderobes says delivery will generally take between four to six weeks.
Sliderobes offers a full fitting service using its own installation teams. You can't buy any Sliderobes wardrobes without using its installation service.
According to Sliderobes, standard installations typically take one day, but more complex designs can take a little longer.
Sliderobes also supplies freestanding and built-in bedside and dressing tables to match your sliding wardrobes.
As well as fitted bedroom furniture, Sliderobes has a number of bespoke solutions for living rooms - including TV and entertainment units - and home offices, as pictured above.