1. A BUILT-IN WARDROBE WITH SLIDING DOORS IN THE HALL
Taking advantage of the hall with a closet is always a must because it greatly facilitates the routine of arrival and departure from home. Paula Duarte decorator hall designed for one custom closet wardrobe of two bodies, enclosed with large sliding doors smooth and painted like the wall to pass unnoticed.
2. WITH A RECOVERED DOOR WITH VISIBLE GUIDES
Visible slides, like the one in this dressing room, are a very practical option if you don’t want to get into others. And if you are a handyman you can even install them yourself, since they run through some visible guides. The only “but” is that you need to free the sides of the wall so that the door can move. These doors have the plus of being two recovered wings converted into a sliding door.
3. A SLIDING WARDROBE TO THE CEILING
In small bedrooms, taking advantage of the full height of the ceiling with a custom closet is the best solution. And to scratch a few more cm in step, you can close it with slides, as has been done here. These have three decorative slats that give it a more modern look.
4. A MULTIPURPOSE WARDROBE AT THE FOOT OF THE BED WITH SLIDERS
This closet is almost magical. The central part, closed with slides, hides the TV and integrates a chest of drawers and shelves. And the sides, also sliding, are full-length wardrobes.
5. A RECESSED SLIDE THAT CLOSES THE DRESSING ROOM
If you opt for a closet-type dressing room and decide to close it with a slide, whenever you can, bet on a recessed one between partitions, like here, because open it simply disappears. Also, you free the sides of the wall.
6. A LARGE BUILT-IN CLOSET IN “L” AND WITH A MIRROR FRONT
Putting a mirror on one of the doors is almost a classic in sliding wardrobes. In this bedroom, it is not only practical at the level of use, but by fully occupying one of the fronts, it achieves a more sense of depth and reflects all the light from the window. You can not ask for more!
7. A WALK-IN CLOSET AT THE FOOT OF THE BED
Separated by a sliding door from the bedroom, it is a very practical resource to integrate the dressing room into the room and, at the same time, to enjoy total independence.
8. SLIDING AND CLASSIC LIKE THE MOST
Typically, wardrobes with sliding doors are associated with more current environments and styles. But they can be decorated however we want. Also with moldings, of course. Even if they fit right (and don’t weigh too much), old doors can be hung.
9. A DRESSING ROOM WITH TWO PARALLEL SLIDING FRONTS
To plan a dressing room with two fronts in parallel you need to leave at least 100 cm free of the corridor, to be able to open the doors and go through. If this is not the case, you can choose to close the cabinets with sliding doors, as here, which allows you to adjust the central space much more.
10. AN OPEN AND CLOSED DRESSING ROOM
Seeing this typical dressing room with facing cabinets in a narrow corridor, it seems a very good idea not to find two walls of doors, one on each side. Upstairs there are open shelves, downstairs drawers and in the middle, only two sliding doors for three wardrobe bodies, so we will always have one open. Oh, and they are mirrored.