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Sliding Doors

Truly bespoke in function.


Our range of sliding wardrobes enable maximum space, whether it’s a loft of sloping eaves, impressive heights of Georgian Ceilings, or a quaint cottage. Truly bespoke in function, we offer an extensive range of glass, satin, mirror and panel options to choose from.

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£525 - £900

STEP ONE:
Pick your desired frame profile and colour
Choose from five different frame shapes and six different colour options to tailor your wardrobe to your personal taste.

STEP TWO:
Choosing your door design
Sliding doors can be used to maximise your space and storage by flawlessly fitting into any space. Why not utilise existing recesses or alcoves to create functional storage spaces, offering twice as much storage as a free-standing unit.

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STEP THREE:
Pick the colour for your chosen door style
Sliding doors can be used to maximise your space and storage by flawlessly fitting into any space. Why not utilise existing recesses or alcoves to create functional storage spaces, offering twice as much storage as a free-standing unit.

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STEP FOUR:
End panels and liners
In a wall to wall wardrobe we always recommend using 4 x liners to create a finished edge for the doors to run into. These also help to disguise imperfections where walls, floors and ceilings are uneven. End panels are great to use if you don’t have a wall to wall space, or to reduce the height left at the top of the wardrobe in instances with high ceilings.
 

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STEP FIVE:
Choose your internals
The shelf and hanger rail provides a practical standard hanging solution. Can be used individually or multiples combined together with the use of an end panel between for larger widths; additionally, to this you could use end panels to create shelves.

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