The Benefits of Sliding Doors

The great thing about sliding doors is that they have the power to transform any room in your home. In addition to adding a touch of stylish simplicity, sliding doors help you create more space in your room. Since they are a permanent fixture – unlike normal wardrobes which can be moved – you may be hesitant to install them in your room; the great thing about sliding doors is that they can be customised to suit your needs or reflect the vision you have for your home.

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When it comes to interior design, the trend is moving more towards style and simplicity; sliding doors are both simple and elegant. 

 

The following benefits are associated with sliding doors:

1.     white_beading_combo1  They help to maximise space; if you install a built-in storage system with a sliding door instead of a standard wardrobe, your room will be more spacious.

2.       As a homeowner thinking about incorporating sliding doors into the interior design of your home, you have the option of standard or customized sliding doors. You can choose to have panels that are manufactured from mirror, wood grain melamine, veneers or decor glass, for example.

3.       All you need to do is slide the door and you have access to your belongings; no need to open and shut it.

 

4.    Sliding doors are versatile; you can use them in your built-in wardrobe, to separate a walk-in closet from your room, or for the entrance of your en-suite bathroom. 

  

If you are thinking of installing sliding doors in your home, it is very important that you approach a specialist. Fineline has been in the industry since 1984, and we have access to international technical support, product development and design facilities. We are recognised by architects, designers and interior decorators in most countries around the world as product leaders and innovators. We offer high-quality products that have been developed by experts.

 

For information on our wardrobes and sliding door systems, and related services, contact us today.

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