In order to make this decision, it is important that you weigh the pros and cons of each option. One difference that you might consider is your bespoke wardrobe is a sliding door wardrobe where the doors would be on top of one another in order to facilitate the sliding movement. Hinged door wardrobes, on the other hand, don’t generally have doors like that as their doors need to be pulled out in order to open the wardrobe.
The benefit of having doors that are on the same flat plain, as is the case with hinged door wardrobes, is that they can contribute to a more streamlined overall design. The even doors can be spray-painted for classic and traditional wardrobes. Thus, if you are looking for an even and uniform design in your fitted wardrobe then the hinged door wardrobe might just be the right bespoke storage solution for you.
However, this does not mean that the sliding door wardrobe holds no value as a bespoke wardrobe. There are situations where the sliding door wardrobe would be far more conducive to a comfortable environment than a hinged door wardrobe.
One such example of a situation where a sliding door wardrobe would be preferable over a hinged door wardrobe is if you would like to save some space. The important feature of a hinged door wardrobe is that it needs space to open; otherwise you will not be able to access the inside of your wardrobe. If you would like to save some space and are looking for a modern and contemporary fitted bedroom, having a sliding door wardrobe would be a great choice as a sliding door wardrobe does not need any extra room to open or close, helping turn your small space into something bigger. Whether it is the classic, traditional shaker-style wardrobe or the stylish modern fitted sliding door wardrobe our design team is here to help you with design ideas and free visit for a quick quote.
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