The beauty of custom interleading doors
Slide ‘n Space specialises in beauty and custom made doors for various areas throughout the home. The beauty of custom interleading doors is that a variety of different styles and colours are available, giving you the option to design a slider to suit your specific requirements.
The following are just a few of the different styles Slide ‘n Space can create for your home:
- 2-sided woodgrain: with a wide range of colours available
- Mirror doors: one side woodgrain and one side mirror or doubled-sided mirror door available
- Frosted glass doors: these can be frosted or clear
In addition to these, Slide ‘n Space custom interleading doors can be done in the following styles:
For extra wide openings, double doors are the answer. A long single track is supplied to enable the two doors, one on each side of the doorway, to close over the opening, joining in the middle.
Available in: 2 sided Woodgrain, 1 sided Mirror, 1 sided Woodgrain, Double sided Mirror, Frosted and Clear Glass.
These doors are not available from their stockists. Please contact the company directly with your measurements (width and height) in order to obtain a quote.
This door is hinged down the middle thereby folding in half as it opens within the doorway to minimise space taken up in the room. This door is only available in the wood grain and white melamine finishes. These doors are not available from our hardware store partners – please contact the company directly with your measurements (width and height) in order to obtain a quote.
This is an innovative solution for any of your open space issues. These doors are custom designed and built, so you can mix and match frame colours and finishes to reflect your personal style.
Custom made Wardrobe sliding doors and internals
Design the wardrobe of your choice including:
- A selection of different styles of door, mirrors, glass, wood etc.
- Different colour frames.
- Custom designed internals (colour, layout, shelving, long, double hanging and drawers etc.)
*This article was sponsored by Slide ‘n Space