Mirrored sliding doors

Wardrobe sliding doors with mirrors

We would all love to have a more elegant bedroom without the hassle or expense of a remodel. A mirrored sliding wardrobe door can be the solution. It is a well-known trick of interior design that mirrors make the room feel bigger. Using mirrors as part of your closet or wardrobe door is a great way to make a room look and feel bigger without moving walls! It’s hard to overstate the impact adding  mirrored sliding doors will have on your fitted wardrobes  and room. Besides making your loom feel bigger, mirrors will brighten your room too! All the light is reflected almost like adding a window! There are so many different ways to incorporate a mirror into your wardrobe. The different accents and designs will emphasize whichever qualities you want so your bedroom feels like your own creation.

Sliding wardrobe mirrors

Wardrobe or closet doors are a natural place for large mirrors. The mirror can stretch from the floor to the top. There are many options for you to express your style. You can frame the mirrors in bronze or aluminium to match the furniture around. You can use mirrors with no frames for a contemporary and sleek statement. Wooden panels give a feeling of nature meeting design to work in harmony as they glide across the tracks.

Panel mirrors

If you don’t want to use mirrored doors from the floor to the top you can use paneled mirrors on your wardrobe or closet doors. With so many shapes and designs paneled mirrors are a popular choice where you can add in high gloss and coloured glass sections. The mirrors still give the effect of a larger room and still enhance the brighten the room. The paneling allow several more design choices to allow you to express yourself fully. You can use wood with a natural finish to give your bedroom fitted wardrobes that earthy and natural feel. Painted wood will give energy and colour or pure white for brightness. Metal frames give an ultra-modern and sterile feel to your home. Different shapes will also affect the statement made by your panels. Round mirrors can give a nautical impression, while squares or rectangles feel more refined. The possibilities are endless.

Solid panel or fabric panel

You can even choose to do away with the mirrors and  instead panel your  built-in wardrobes or closet with wood or high gloss glass finishes with different colour glass. The sliding panels are a great design unlike the overused designs that are common. You can get great design ideas by looking on-line or asking design professionals. You can put coloured fabric, wood with different timber veneers, coloured glass, or you can custom design your own! Children’s rooms are great for bright pastel colours paneled over the wardrobe door. They make the room feel playful and organized at the same time.

Bronze mirror

Bronze mirrors are a great way to add an elegant, classical touch of style. Bronze mirrors pre-date the typical mirror and are common in ancient Roman and Greek art. Adding a bronze mirror will make you feel like an emperor or empress in your palace! The mirror can be partitioned or divided with any of a thousand materials and styles made to look like marble, granite, wood, or metal. The frames can have a design of their own to feel like they have been carved by Michelangelo himself!

Easy sliders

Previously big mirrors would have been heavy and difficult to slide open or closed. The latest strong and lightweight tracks have your mirrored sliding doors gliding effortlessly open and closed. Now your doors feel light as a feather and require no heavy lifting. Even one finger is enough to access your wardrobe. The ball bearings can be adjusted so you don’t slam your door open or closed by accident.

Self-closing

You can also opt for a self-closing mechanism on your mirrored sliding doors to close in your fitted wardrobes or walk in wardrobes. These are very affordable and helpful. The self-closing closets works with a sensor similar to those on elevator doors, and with a timer that you can adjust, so after five minutes, ten minutes or twenty minutes your doors will shut gently and quietly. These are absolutely safe so there is no worry of a finger or toe getting jammed. This is a subtle way of making your room feel cleaner. A messy closet that is open even when it is not used just exposes any untidiness. A self-closing closet door will make your room feel like you have a maid!
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Mirrored

sliding

doors

Wardrobe sliding

doors with mirrors

We would all love to have a more elegant bedroom without the hassle or expense of a remodel. A mirrored sliding wardrobe door can be the solution. It is a well- known trick of interior design that mirrors make the room feel bigger. Using mirrors as part of your closet or wardrobe door is a great way to make a room look and feel bigger without moving walls! It’s hard to overstate the impact adding  mirrored sliding doors will have on your fitted wardrobes and room. Besides making your loom feel bigger, mirrors will brighten your room too! All the light is reflected almost like adding a window! There are so many different ways to incorporate a mirror into your wardrobe. The different accents and designs will emphasize whichever qualities you want so your bedroom feels like your own creation.

Sliding wardrobe mirrors

Wardrobe or closet doors are a natural place for large mirrors. The mirror can stretch from the floor to the top. There are many options for you to express your style. You can frame the mirrors in bronze or aluminium to match the furniture around. You can use mirrors with no frames for a contemporary and sleek statement. Wooden panels give a feeling of nature meeting design to work in harmony as they glide across the tracks.

Panel mirrors

If you don’t want to use mirrored doors from the floor to the top you can use paneled mirrors on your wardrobe or closet doors. With so many shapes and designs paneled mirrors are a popular choice where you can add in high gloss and coloured glass sections. The mirrors still give the effect of a larger room and still enhance the brighten the room. The paneling allow several more design choices to allow you to express yourself fully. You can use wood with a natural finish to give your bedroom fitted wardrobes that earthy and natural feel. Painted wood will give energy and colour or pure white for brightness. Metal frames give an ultra-modern and sterile feel to your home. Different shapes will also affect the statement made by your panels. Round mirrors can give a nautical impression, while squares or rectangles feel more refined. The possibilities are endless.

Solid panel or fabric panel

You can even choose to do away with the mirrors and  instead panel your  built-in wardrobes or closet with wood or high gloss glass finishes with different colour glass. The sliding panels are a great design unlike the overused designs that are common. You can get great design ideas by looking on-line or asking design professionals. You can put coloured fabric, wood with different timber veneers, coloured glass, or you can custom design your own! Children’s rooms are great for bright pastel colours paneled over the wardrobe door. They make the room feel playful and organized at the same time.

Bronze mirror

Bronze mirrors are a great way to add an elegant, classical touch of style. Bronze mirrors pre-date the typical mirror and are common in ancient Roman and Greek art. Adding a bronze mirror will make you feel like an emperor or empress in your palace! The mirror can be partitioned or divided with any of a thousand materials and styles made to look like marble, granite, wood, or metal. The frames can have a design of their own to feel like they have been carved by Michelangelo himself!

Easy sliders

Previously big mirrors would have been heavy and difficult to slide open or closed. The latest strong and lightweight tracks have your mirrored sliding doors gliding effortlessly open and closed. Now your doors feel light as a feather and require no heavy lifting. Even one finger is enough to access your wardrobe. The ball bearings can be adjusted so you don’t slam your door open or closed by accident.

Self-closing

You can also opt for a self-closing mechanism on your mirrored sliding doors to close in your fitted wardrobes or walk in wardrobes. These are very affordable and helpful. The self-closing closets works with a sensor similar to those on elevator doors, and with a timer that you can adjust, so after five minutes, ten minutes or twenty minutes your doors will shut gently and quietly. These are absolutely safe so there is no worry of a finger or toe getting jammed. This is a subtle way of making your room feel cleaner. A messy closet that is open even when it is not used just exposes any untidiness. A self-closing closet door will make your room feel like you have a maid!
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