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15 sliding doors between bedrooms and dressers

Ritika Tiwari Ritika Tiwari
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Wardrobes or dressing rooms are a necessity to maintain order within the house. Most people lack space to create a proper walk-in closet which is why they often depend on traditional cupboards. In case you are in a similar situation then you can opt for a sliding door between your bedroom and dresser to separate the space and make it look modern. These doors not only take less space but are also available in various materials and colours. It gives you a wide range of selection so that you can choose the one which best suits your decor. In this ideabook we are going to show you 15 sliding doors between bedrooms and dressers that will transform your space instantly.

1. Fiber panel

One of the lightest materials available for creating a sliding door is fiber panel. It looks like plastic but is strong enough to handle regular use.

2. MDF wood

modern Kitchen by Kali Arquitetura
Kali Arquitetura

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Kali Arquitetura

In case you want wood finish but are not looking to spend a lot than MDF is material to consider.

3. Tinted glass

Tinted glass can add a sophisticated touch to your room. Also it gives a semi-concealed look to your dresser.

4. See-through glass

If you are not keen in concealed looks then you can opt for see through glass as well. By using this material you will be able to see what is kept inside the cupboard without opening the door.

5. Wood and mirror

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homify

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homify

By placing mirrors on your wooden sliding doors you will be able to get the room to look more spacious.

6. Various elements

One can also combine multiple elements in the same space to create a unique look. Hear the designer has included mirrors, glass and wood painted in bright red to customise the dresser.

7. Play-board door

If durability is not a big issue then ply board can also be used for creating your sliding doors.

8. Laminated door

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Letniskowo.pl s.c. Jacek Solka, Marek Garkowski

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Letniskowo.pl s.c. Jacek Solka, Marek Garkowski

Another way to get natural wood like finish on your sliding door is by lining them up with lamination sheets.

9. White partition

This wardrobe which acts like a partition has been lined with white sliding door to complement the look of the interior. It creates a sophisticated contrast to the wooden floor.

10. Mesh and glass

For an industrial touch within your space you can opt for mesh and glass combination. The metal used to create the door frame gives it structural support.

11. Painted black

One can also paint a regular wooden door in black to make them look elegant. The designer of this space has polished the door as well to give the surface a shiny finish.

12. Floral print

In case you're looking for a sliding door for your kids bedroom then lining them up with prints is an excellent choice.

13. Metal screen

Metal screens can also be used as sliding doors to create an industrial flair within your room.

14. White wood

Using white coloured wood as sliding door will make your room look bright and airy. Also, it complements any type of decor.

15. Rustic and modern

For creating a rustic yet modern charm within your room you can opt for natural wood along with mirror panels.

For more options check out our ideabooks

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