Made to Measure Mirrored Sliding Wardrobe Doors.
Fitted bedroom wardrobes are pretty straightforward pieces of furniture, which we build out of wood and other materials such as MFC, where clothing and additional objects are stored for easy access. They are an essential part of any bedroom in most homes and in larger houses, the wardrobe can be large enough for a walk in dressing area as well. Regardless, every wardrobe should be large enough to accommodate hanging clothes and a few essential items.
Why Sliding Wardrobe Doors Are So Popular. Sliding doors are now the most common type of wardrobe door. Installed on rollers with a aluminium track, the panels are slim and unobtrusive to the rest of a room. In smaller homes, fitting sliding wardrobe doors is the best way to maximise storage space without overpowering the rest of the room.
Sliding Mirror Doors – Functional And Luxurious. In fact, sliding wardrobe doors don’t just conserve room for you personally making your bedroom appear larger and brighter. A sliding mirror wardrobe door can also serve a practical purpose, by incorporating a mirror into the wardrobe door, there’s no need to fit one elsewhere or have a freestanding one, which can take up precious space.
Our mirrored sliding wardrobe doors are available with different styles and colours of frames. There are even decorative mirrors available with custom etched designs that create a truly dramatic effect.
Recycled Materials Make Mirrored Wardrobe Doors Eco-Friendly. More and more manufacturers are producing sliding mirror doors out of reused items. This gives your wardrobes an additional eco-friendly twist. From recycled glass, reclaimed wood and other reused materials including plastic, fiberglass and more – many of these recycled doors are not only less expensive, they’re also longer lasting than their first-generation counterparts.
A Note About Our Sliding Wardrobe Door Prices. Generally speaking, single panel mirrored sliding wardrobe doors are no more expensive than traditional hinged fitted bedrooms. They take a bit more effort to install. While it’s possible to purchase ready-made sliding closet doors with mirrors, it’s actually recommended to have them custom-made, which of course, costs a little more money. Still, when it comes to home improvements, the cost of something in the short term will always far outweigh the cost of not doing the job right in the long run.
For further information about our extensive range of mirrored sliding wardrobe doors or to book a free design and quotation call Mark on 07966 716284 or email us using our simple easy to use contact form.