How To Choose Between Sliding Door Wardrobes Over Hinged Door Wardrobes?

Fitted wardrobes, whether sliding or hinged, are built floor to ceiling and, if appropriate, can in most circumstances be wall to wall. Also, usually, two types of cabinets are built without backs or sides so that you maximize the available storage space. 
However, some customers prefer to have them back and sides in their closet, which of course will have an impact on the storage space. Both sliding closet doors and hinged door cabinets are made-to-measure, so it can fit almost any space. You can get more information about sliding robes online at
With the second choice of wardrobe, you can choose from a number of interior storage options to accessorize with, including; long and short hanging, tie-rack, shoe-racks, rails pants, pull, racks and more, so this is no different in every case, but to help you choose:

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Hinged Door Cabinets
Usually, hinged cabinets have the built-in floor at the height of the standard pedestal of about 100mm, which would cut down a little hanging space. However, where the ceiling height of about 2300-2400mm usually does not cause problems. Also, if necessary floor height can be changed according to the needs of clients, subject to ceiling height.
With original furniture made to measure fitted no standard door sizes – so beyond the maximum size at the top and practical reason not to have too small doors, hinged doors can be made to measure.
Sliding Door Wardrobe
Unlike hinged cabinets, sliding doors do not require space to open up into the room.
The standard depth of the sliding closet door is approximately 650mm (approx. 26 inches), which makes it possible to track for the sliding doors. This depth also allows for enough space so clothes do not get caught by the door because the slide is opened or closed.