Why should I choose sliding doors?

Built-in wardrobe with sliding doors

What are Sliding doors at the Cabinet?

These are doors that slide and are attached to a cupboard. For Sliding doors there are also different names, for example Sliding doors or Sliding doors. However, these three terms all mean the same function of doors. Often times, the Sliding doors Handle strips or recessed handles are used so that the doors can be pushed over one another.


Why is there Sliding doors, what are the advantages?

A big advantage of Sliding doors is that you don't need any space in front of the closet to open the built-in wardrobe. This is an invaluable advantage, especially in small bedrooms, when there is little space between the bed and the closet. So you can walk in front of the cupboard even with the door open. Another advantage is that these are room-high and go from wall to wall. So you have tidy corners at the same time. But this is possible with any built-in wardrobe, you don't necessarily need it Sliding doors at the Cabinet.


Are there any disadvantages?

You have to decide for yourself whether it is necessarily a disadvantage. At Sliding doors it is so that in any case, the entire cabinet can never be opened completely, as a door is always pushed in front of another cabinet part. Therefore, especially couples who are in the bedroom at the same time should be aware that not everything can be opened independently of each other. And what you should be aware of is Sliding doors are not as dust-tight as normal doors, because the doors are pushed in front of each other and therefore have a small distance from each other.


What is useful for me?

That depends on various factors. If I have little space in front of the closet, then Sliding doors makes sense. If I have a shallow depth available, there is often no space to push the doors in front of each other (10cm in depth are accounted for by the sliding doors) and the decision is made in favor of normal cabinet doors. If I definitely want to be able to open the closet completely, then fall Sliding doors Out. If it is important to me that the doors are very wide, then just come Sliding doors in question. If I sign up for Sliding doors have decided, should they then be hanging or standing, what's the difference anyway? We will be happy to answer this question when we have seen your premises and know what is possible. We also ask about your requirements for the built-in wardrobe in a conversation, so it quickly becomes clear to us what you really need.


Sliding doors in front of the old wardrobe?

This is also possible, but always a compromise. If your closet already has drawers, you should be careful. Because not all of them work anymore Sliding doors open at the same time and so it can happen that the doors are in front of the drawers and then they no longer open. You should also note that the compartments of your closet are not limited to the width of the Sliding doors is coordinated and thus possibly the Sliding doors be able to cover half a compartment.


Are the giant doors difficult to slide?

No, they run smoothly and are easy to use. There is also the option of closing them gently, making them a little more difficult to move from their original position. What you should definitely pay attention to is that the handle bar or the shell handle is easy to grasp. Because if it is "fiddly" you will not be happy about the great design in the next few years but get annoyed every time the doors are opened.


Are there different sliding doors?

It is not easy for the user to recognize differences because the Sliding doors can all be opened by sliding. However, there are different types of guidance that can be used. (for flush Sliding doors, For Sliding doors in the body, for Sliding doors in front of the body, for room-high Sliding doors standing or hanging, for gently closing Sliding doors, there are even Sliding doors which can be pushed from top to bottom)Sliding doors can be attached to the ceiling so that no rails are visible on the floor. (hanging sliding doors) However, this is not possible with all ceilings. Hence there is also Sliding doorsthat run in a rail on the floor and are thus guided over rollers. (standing sliding doors) The lower rail can be glued to tiles or embedded in the parquet. And there are different manufacturers for every possible application, e.g. Häfele, raumplus, MWE, EKU. But don't worry, you don't have to fight your way through the chaos of providers. We select the fittings according to your requirements, because they should only work and ideally not be visible.


Where else can sliding doors be used?

The possibilities are very large here. So I'll just list a few ideas and you'll find more here. A nice option is to use a sliding door as a room divider combined with a cupboard. Another application is in hallways for cloakrooms or storage rooms. Walk-in closets and bedroom cupboards are often closed with sliding doors. There is also the possibility of equipping cupboards with sliding doors under sloping ceilings, which is also particularly useful for jamb / knee cupboards. Depending on the weight class, the sliding door fittings can even move entire shelves. There are therefore few limits to the imagination in the design and we also use these in our visualizations so that you can see beforehand what it will look like afterwards. For further ideas, you can also request our catalog by post.


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