Wardrobes can’t be big enough. But not every bedroom has that much floor space. So it is important to use all square meters optimally. A room-high wall unit not only looks spacious, it also prevents dust corners. With sliding door systems, the space can be used right down to the smallest corner.

The furniture industry produces a wide variety of unit walls with different element widths, so that almost every niche is closed. The remaining few centimeters of distance to the walls are closed dust-tight by adapted panels. With appropriate height gradations, sloping gable walls in the attic and the sloping roof can also be used cleverly and space-savingly for built-in cupboards.

Cabinet walls can be equipped with rotating, sliding or folding doors. Special interior fittings such as height-adjustable shelves, cloakroom rails, drawers, baskets, pull-outs, shoe racks and rotating elements help to make optimal use of the closet space. Individual pieces of furniture such as chests of drawers, consoles or a dressing table complement the furnishings. If you have the space, you can have a walk-in closet installed. Such a piece of furniture can be integrated into any large bedroom with a sufficiently light partition. With this system you can hide the closet from sight and create a closet at the head of the bed.

If you believe the Chinese, according to Feng Shui, the position of the bed in the room is decisive for the quality of sleep. The bed should be in the most sheltered corner of the room, personal comfort determines the direction. In any case, the bed should be placed so that the person lying down can see everyone who enters the room. In addition, the head end should always stand in front of a wall and not be free in the room.