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Now that MFI is no more, where can I go for low cost fitted bedroom furniture?

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robinia Tue 20-Jan-09 13:14:50

Title says it all really. It's for dd's room which has loads of sloping ceilings, awkward shaped walls so has to be fitted. Anywhere cheaper than Sharps?

PuzzleRocks Tue 20-Jan-09 21:40:42

Bumping for you.

robinia Wed 21-Jan-09 19:47:59

Thanks for the bump PuzzleRocks ..... and another bump from me.

My, these boards are busy these days shock

BonsoirAnna Wed 21-Jan-09 19:48:34

Ikea?

posieflump Wed 21-Jan-09 19:48:38

B&Q?

robinia Wed 21-Jan-09 21:13:45

Ikea don't do fitted. Not sure about B & Q - off to check now

BonsoirAnna Thu 22-Jan-09 10:29:23

Ikea do do fitted here in France. Don't know about the UK but worth checking again.

PortAndLemon Thu 22-Jan-09 10:32:38

Find local carpenter/joiner -- likely to work out cheaper and better than Sharps.

CountessDracula Thu 22-Jan-09 10:34:01

I agree
that stuff from mfi etc always ends up looking very odd IMO. A bit like having a kitchen in your bedroom. You would be better off with a carpenter doing nice mdf cupboards and painting them white

robinia Thu 22-Jan-09 17:04:58

IKEA and B&Q both do "modular" which is quite flexible but not going to really achieve what I'm after which is a run of wardrobes to fit a large alcove which has sloping ceilings to top and side .... I need the wardrobes to be cut to the angle of the ceiling. Plus also wanting a run of chests under the window with a single dressing table / desk type top.

robinia Thu 22-Jan-09 17:05:45

And she liked the gloss white type finish which I think would be difficult to replicate in wood.

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