When it comes to the whole new world of possibilities in wardrobe doors, no longer are you limited to a plain, solid-surface door designed primarily to hide the inside of your wardrobe. You can showcase it instead with a door featuring crystal, frosted, tinted or mirrored wardrobe doors to create stunning design elements.
However, glass inserts are just one option that catches people’s attention. Other choices range from traditional, single-panel hinged doors to according-style doors, sliding doors and more.
Along with beauty, functionality is key. A few factors to consider:
- Is the wardrobe in a relatively tight space, close to a bed or other furniture or located in a narrow hallway? Sliding wardrobe doors offer a great space-saving advantage in these cases and are available in many styles. And with quality installation, the door will always fit securely in place and slide open and closed smoothly and quietly.
- Do you have a wardrobe you’re proud to show off? If so, the transparency offered by a full, clear-glass panel or series of panels can be a handsome choice and turn the wardrobe into a true enhancement of the room’s design rather than just a hidden pocket for storage.
- Do you have plenty of space and want a wardrobe door that takes advantage of it? We can install double doors, multi-panel doors and styles of all kinds that swing out, making it possible for you to view the entire wardrobe at once or install mirrored (glass) wardrobe doors and while create exactly the look you want.
- Do you have a set budget you’re trying to stay within? We have the experience to help you navigate all the options and choose a wardrobe door you’ll love that also fits your budget.
- Do you have particular ideas for the finish and hardware you want? Here again, options abound: From the lightest of blonde finishes to the darkest mahogany, the finish—or paint, if you prefer a vibrant color over a natural wood finish—should fit the rest of the room while making a statement that fits your personal style. The same goes for the hardware. Knobs, pulls and even hinges come in a variety of metals and finishes which affect style and price, as well.
- Finally, in what area of the home is the closet, and does it get heavy use? In entryways, playrooms or anywhere there’s a high likelihood of children touching glass or mirrors with sticky fingers—or the family dog pressing against the door with a wet nose or muddy paws—you have to consider your tolerance for smudges and/or your willingness to clean it regularly.
Please call us today for a free consultation. We’d love to show and talk with you about your ideas for a wardrobe door and our experience working with homeowners to choose and install one that will fit your style, budget and space beautifully!