When you’re looking to buy the best sliding wardrobes Sydney has to offer, one of the first considerations you need to make is regarding the size of the wardrobe. It’s great to get as much storage space as possible, but you don’t want a wardrobe that takes over half of your bedroom.
The difficulties appear in at least two different areas. First, not all rooms are a perfect box shape, which means there will only be certain areas of the room you can put a wardrobe in. Because of the design of the room, there may be features that have to be avoided, including parts of the wall that stick out a little further than others.
A traditional wardrobe can only be backed up as far as the piece of wall sticking out the furthest, which leads to a sub-optimum use of space, especially if the corners of your room aren’t quite straight.
Second, you need to consider how much space you’ll need to open the wardrobe doors. It isn’t just the amount of space they use to swing open, but also the amount of space you’ll need to add on to it in order to have room to stand in front of the wardrobe and operate the doors.
Sliding door wardrobes provide the solution to both of these problems easily. The doors are built in to the building itself, and so run straight across any space, no matter what is going on behind the doors. There is no wasted space if the wall isn’t true or level.
Sliding doors also require no space to swing open, maximize the floorspace available in your room and making it easy to look inside no matter what size your room is.
When you couple this with the option of using mirrored doors, you can quickly create the impression of a very spacious room with the maximum amount of storage possible. Even if you choose another finish for your doors, the amount of physical floor space you retain can be greatly improved.
As sliding doors can be the full height of your room, there will be plenty of extra storage space and shelving compared to a traditional wardrobe.
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