Wardrobe Doors

How to get in and out of your wardrobe in the most stylish way possible

wardrobe doors

Let’s imagine that you’ve chosen to redo your entire house. One thing that I’m sure you’ll be doing is working on incorporating more storage space. The wardrobe, often termed by those in the industry as the most utilised piece of furniture in the house, is central to increasing and improving the storage space you already have. Most people will recommend installing a fitted wardrobe to further improve space whilst maintaining a sleek and tidy bedroom design. I’m going to give you the low down on how to achieve the perfect finish with your choice of wardrobe doors.

Hinged Wardrobe Doors

The first wardrobe is the most classic and common of all the wardrobe doors. Using a hinged wardrobe door was probably the first thing you thought of when you decided to install a fitted wardrobe. Now there are obvious benefits to the hinged door: it’s easy to use, all areas of the wardrobe can always be accessed, and there are the obvious visual benefits, maintaining that timeless wardrobe look.

However, having hinged wardrobe doors does reduce space in the bedroom. Nothing can be placed in front of a wardrobe door that operates on a hinge. Hinged wardrobe doors can be easily blocked and this minimises space in your room as you have the leave a perimeter around your wardrobe doors to make sure you can open them.

Sliding Wardrobe Doors

The other option you probably considered after a hinged door was the sliding wardrobe door itself. With all the benefits of a hinged wardrobe door: easy access and a sleek, professional finish, the sliding doors are so much more. These doors can be mirrored or frosted; they can be glass or mirror; they can be coloured or clear. But one thing they will definitely be is a work of art.

If you haven’t guessed, we firmly advocate for the installation of sliding wardrobe doors rather than hinged doors just for the ease. The sliding door can have furniture in front of it and the contents of your wardrobe will still be accessible. So, if there was any doubt in your mind, we hope that we have now convinced you that sliding doors are infinitely better than their hinged counterparts.