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7 Door Ideas for Fitted Wardrobes
There are so many benefits to built-in wardrobes - not only do they look great but they’re practical and space saving too. But with a large number of designs and styles to choose from, how on earth do you choose the right set of doors?
Essentially, the type and style of wardrobe door will depend on your chose interior design style for the bedroom. There are many other factors to consider too, such as the height, space and depth of the wardrobe. The layout inside will have an impact on which doors you choose.
1. Wood panelling
Wood panelled doors are a classic design, perfect for the rustic or farmhouse style or where you want to introduce the warmth and natural beauty of wood. You can leave the doors as bare wood or use a range of varnish or oils to emphasise their unique grain pattern. You can also paint the wooden wardrobe doors, switching up your choice of colour when you change the colours of the room.
Mirrored wardrobe doors are a great way to make the room look bigger and appear brighter as the reflective surface will bounce light around the room. They are also functional in another aspect too as using the mirror to check your outfit before you leave the house is something we all do! Effortlessly chic, there are many designs to choose from when it comes to mirrored doors, so you won't compromise on style. Mirrored wardrobe doors are also universally accepted into any interior design scheme too.
3. Sliding Doors
Sliding wardrobes bring so many benefits to organisation in the bedroom that it’s no wonder they are such a popular choice. A sliding wardrobe door not only saves space but it means that you can slide the doors open wider than normal to take a look inside. These doors are also great for delivering that seamless and modern look to the room. Likewise, they are suitable for all sizes of bedrooms, from the smallest box room to the largest master bedroom.
4. Laminate wood finish
Laminated wood finish wardrobe doors are also an option, perfect for when your budget is tight. The pros of these doors are that with a quick change to another colour, you can give your bedroom a welcome stylish note change.
5. Simple, elegant white wardrobe doors
Similar in appeal to mirrored wardrobe doors, white doors on the wardrobe – sliding or otherwise – offer universal solutions, simply because everything matches with white. For smaller spaces, for example, it is best to opt for a simple design with light coloured doors and minimal handles.
6. Handle-less doors
This is the best design for those wanting a smooth and modern finish. Without handles, there is no clutter on the wardrobe doors thus producing a sleek finish to the wardrobe. The style of opening varies, including those that are soft-closing and open with a small push on the door.
Yep, you heard right. Fabric is coming back! To create a soft and relaxed feel, try using fabric coverings on the door panels. The idea is that the wardrobe becomes one with the soft furnishings in the bedroom. Easy to keep clean, you can also change the colour and pattern of the fabric when you want a change of scene in the bedroom too.