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Slide into OnBuy’s sliding wardrobe category! In these pages you’ll find dozens of fantastic sliding door wardrobe designs. We have thin wardrobes and thick wardrobes, wardrobes with hanger rails and wardrobes with mirrored surfaces. The only thing that unites them is how easy they are to use! Get shopping now!Read more about Sliding Wardrobes >
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About Sliding Wardrobes
Need a full-sized wardrobe to store all your clothes but don’t have the space to fit one in your bedroom? It’s an easy problem to solve thanks to the products in our sliding wardrobes category! Rather than fold outwards like normal wardrobes, the doors of these armouries slide lengthways, parallel to the frame. They save you space and look snazzy in the process!
Sliding wardrobe designsThanks to our wonderful verified sellers, we have sliding door wardrobes for every bedroom in this category! You can pick up slim sliding wardrobes that are perfect for small bedrooms or for fitting into an alcove. On the other end of the scale, we have bumper-sized bedroom behemoths that can organise even the largest collection of clothes.
Speaking of organisation, we have options for that as well! All of our sliding door wardrobes have a set of shelves that let you divide up your clothes by type. Many sliding door wardrobes also have a hanging rail built into one of their compartments, allowing you to hang up suits, trousers and dresses.
Another feature to look out for among our sliding wardrobes is a mirrored door. Not only does a mirrored door look pretty, but the reflection from such a large mirror can also make your room feel bigger and brighter. Some of these mirrored doors are practically full-length mirrors, so you can use them to check your outfit before leaving the house as well.
Losing trackOne thing that raises alarms in the heads of a lot of bedroom furniture hunters as they look at sliding wardrobes is their tracks. Just like railway tracks, sliding wardrobe tracks give the doors’ wheels a proper area to move in, ensuring that they slide smoothly when you give the door a tug. And also like railway tracks, they’re a permanent fixture. You have to screw these tracks into your bedroom’s floor and ceiling for them to work properly. If you’re renting (or you just want to keep your bedroom looking pristine) this is far from ideal. Thankfully with the great sliding wardrobes in this category, you don’t have to! Many of the sliding wardrobes you’ll find in this collection have tracks built directly into their frames. Pick one of these beauties and a screw need never touch your precious bedroom floor!
Frequently asked questions about sliding wardrobes
Is a sliding door bedroom wardrobe a good choice for my bedroom?
It certainly can be! Sliding door bedroom wardrobes are best for small bedrooms or bedrooms with large beds because of their small opening profile. You'll have to take account of the sliding doors when you measure up space for the wardrobe, though.
Why should I choose a sliding wardrobe?
Sliding door bedroom wardrobes are a good choice for cramped bedrooms as you don’t have to swing their doors outwards. Many sliding wardrobes have a sleek, modern look that will fit well in most bedrooms. Some even have full-length mirrors built into their doors!
How deep should a sliding wardrobe be?
We recommend that your sliding wardrobe should measure 660-670mm deep, from the back panel to the front. This is considered the optimum depth for a sliding wardrobe. Keep in mind that it should not be less than 610 mm overall. It is very important to exactly measure the space where you want to put your sliding door wardrobe before making any purchase, to make sure your wardrobe will fit.
Can I paint my sliding wardrobe doors?
That depends on what kind of doors your sliding wardrobe has! Some sliding door wardrobes have doors made entirely of wood, fibreboard or another paintable material. You can go crazy with colour on these wardrobes! Most sliding wardrobe doors have a mirror fitted into them. You can paint around the mirror if you like, but be careful! Paint can ruin the appearance and function of the mirror.
Should the sliding doors of my wardrobe overlap?
The sliding doors of your wardrobe must overlap in the centre by 5-8 centimetres to work properly. You should take this into account when measuring the fitting area. Keep in mind that not all wardrobe doors are totally vertical, which means that you need to measure the width of the doorway at the top and at the bottom of the doorjambs.