Wardrobe Guide

We customise the configuration to irregular walls, so that your sliding door wardrobe can make use of all nooks and corners. It does not matter how slanted or askew your walls are – the sliding door wardrobe and the interior will fit all irregularities in your home perfectly. Below are a few suggestions, but remember, the possibilities are countless.

Special height

Slanting wall

Inclined back

Special width

Special depth

Where do you want to place the wardrobe?

How big is the room, how much space would you like to allocate for the wardrobe?Sliding door storage configurations are suitable for anything from basements to attics, corners and slanted walls to the space under eaves.

You no longer have to worry about the doors that open into the room. What's more, you can now use the extra space for storage.

Who will use the wardrobe?

Who will use the wardrobe, what will be stored in the wardrobe, how much space is needed? Is the customer going to store shirts, dresses, stacked washer and drier, office consumables, toys or kitchen utensils?

We can create a configuration based on the function and the arrangement you need. It must be a perfect match to you and your family.

What is your budget?

The wardrobe configuration, function, design and interior, with drawers, accessories and pull-outs can be combined freely so that they match your room, your interior decoration style and your budget.

A realistic budget is the best prerequisite for achieving the best possible result.

This is How to Take Measurements

Wardrobe measurment

Width: Measure the width both at the floor (E) and on the ceiling (D) in order to determine whether the walls are slanting. The smallest measure determines the door width.

Height: Measure the height from the floor to the ceiling in three places (preferably one metre apart). Left side (A), middle (B) and right side (C). The smallest measure determines the door height.

Depth: The standard depth that ensures optimal space for rails and sliding doors is 68 cm.

  • 1. Choose Your Sliding Doors

    Sliding doors determine the style of the wardrobe and the difference lies in the profile, which constitutes the frame around the door. Choose amongst aluminium profiles, solid wooden frames or a neutral sliding door with no profile or frame.

  • 2. Choose the Design

    Take your time to choose the colours and the door material (the door filling). Are you into black and white with a twist, classic or strong colours, glass, wood texture or mirror?

  • 3. Choose the Wardrobe Frame

    Matching or different? The frame constitutes the external structure of the wardrobe (the carcass). You are the designer and you can choose freely from our product range.

  • 4. Choose the Interior Colour

    The interior consists of the shelves and walls of the wardrobe. You decide whether the interior and the wardrobe frame should be in matching or different colours.

  • 5. Choose the Interior

    Think about what your needs are. Do you have any special requirements or needs regarding the arrangement and functionality of your wardrobe? Are you going to use the wardrobe as a shoe rack, an office cabinet, a pantry or a wardrobe? Are you going to hide white goods behind the doors?