The space constrains in a bedroom is no longer a big deal if you can set a wardrobe with sliding doors. You do not have to put swinging closet doors for they need extra space when you open and close the doors. The closet doors now are more functional than the old fashioned ones because people realize that the size of the house is getting smaller from years to years. People can only afford a small home, apartment or even condominium. Therefore, the wardrobe should be sleek, streamlined and simple.
Rather selecting the decorative swinging doors, it is recommended for you to fit the wardrobe with sliding doors. There are three popular types of sliding doors for the modern or contemporary wardrobe. You can choose the wooden wardrobe sliding doors. It can be made of teak, mahogany, maple or even pine wood. All of them are superb, durable and natural. You can finish the sliding doors in light, medium or dark brown tone depending on the bedroom style and interior. If you are bored with simple wooden sliding door, you can pick the one with decorative crown molding on the border. Or you can pick the crafted one if you set this wardrobe inside an English cottage, country or traditional bedroom design. The wooden sliding door is very flexible.
The bedroom located in a very small space will gain high level of benefit if you put mirrored sliding wardrobe doors. You can get a very big mirror in the bedroom which also functions as the sliding doors. They are very reflective. Thus, it looks great to install in a small and dark bedroom. This door is very safe since it is laminated by the manufacturer. The last type of the wardrobe with sliding doors is made of glass. It is available in many styles. You can choose the one made of Plexiglas because it is strong durable and stylish. Compared to the regular glass, the Plexiglas sliding doors are more expensive. The most popular one is made in smoked glass design which can evoke the decorative aspect of the sliding doors.
Published at Saturday, March 26th 2016 by Natalie Swedberg
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