The Sliding Wardrobe Buying Guide

Sliding wardrobes are a great way to improve the look of any home. As a flexible product they can easily be fitted onto any wall or alcove in the home. Whether your restricted with space or you simply want to make the most of the space you have, sliding robes are the perfect way to achieve a stylish storage solution.

Where Will The Sliding Wardrobes Go?

One of the great things about sliding robes is they can go almost anywhere. Whether it’s an alcove, loft or somewhere else, we have all of your needs covered. Ensuring the correct measurements are taken will ensure it fits your home perfectly. Many companies offer both standard and made to measure ranges.

What Kind Of Sliding Robes Are Available?

There are many different types of sliding robes available. Styles available cover both modern and traditional looks. From framed to unframed, single or multi door options, there are many different styles to choose from. There are many different styles available on the market some of which are listed below.

Made To Measure

Made to measure wardrobes are designed to fit perfectly into any space. Many companies offer made to measure options as they allow customers to have complete control over the height, width and depth of the sliding robes.


The shaker sliding wardrobe doors are a 75mm steel sliding wardrobe system. There are many different frame options to choose from, which are designed to blend in or stand out from the panels. Doors can be upgraded to soft close options when required.

Reflex STD

The minimal frame of the Reflex STD sliding wardrobes combined with the panel colours creates a dominant design. Reflex STD system has a 5mm aluminum frame. Influenced by Italian designs it makes a bold statement in any modern room. Doors come in 2 and 4 panel designs and a soft close option is available.

Choosing A Style

Choosing a style of sliding wardrobe can be difficult, even when you know the one you want. By purchasing from a professional company, you’ll be able to provide them with measurements and they’ll guide you through the ranges that are best suited to your requirements.