Sliding wardrobe doors

Sliding wardrobe doors

A common question is, “Should the doors of our cabinets be knocked or moved?”

Of course, there is no answer “one size fits all” and costume to provide a service tailored to meet all customer needs. Here are some factors to consider and some common myths and misconceptions:

“Sliding doors in cabinets are cheaper”

Not necessarily sliding doors for cabinets are available in the hardware store, but the high quality and reliable mechanisms of sliding wardrobe doors used by furniture makers are not particularly favorable. The price range is much narrower. Built-in furniture in options offer a wide range of variants for folding doors. This means that the initial price is lower than the sliders, but the final price can be twice that.

Sliding door cabinets save space

This is a common scenario, but it is not easy to prove.

First, because cabinets doors are usually double rail slide, so that a door with a gap between them extend across, the doors occupy about 40 mm more space than a system of hinged doors. In addition, the hinged doors tend to push sleeves of clothing back into the housing while these sleeves can be caught between two sliding wardrobe doors trade or sandwiched between the edge of the door and the frame at the ends of a sliding door wardrobe. Therefore, an ideal installation of sliding doors is at least 50 mm (two inches) deeper than a hinged door.

Second, ideally, leave at least 450mm of space on the floor in front of each cabinet and provide doors of about 400mm (400mm or 16 “) above the industry standard for the smallest cabinet door if a manufacturer intends to have smaller doors) in an extremely small size Room made, it is possible that the cabinet must be almost in bed, so access to the wardrobe is only possible if on the standing or on the knees bed. In this case a trade sliding doors is the only option.