A solution to fit every interior. A modern solution facilitating the appropriate decoration of both small and large spaces while taking up minimum interior space.
Standalone or fitted wardrobes with sliding-door systems can be installed in the hall, bedroom, or living room. They take up little space, and, thanks to various door-finish options, they add an original ambience to the room.
Well-organised space to store clothes and accessories which is both spacious and space-saving is the dream of most home owners. Many wardrobes available on the market have doors, which, when opened unnecessarily, take up excessive space in the room. To avoid this problem, the installation of a standalone or fitted wardrobe with a sliding door is worth considering. Such furniture is easy to assemble, and its greatest advantage is that it saves space.
When choosing a sliding system, you should also consider the fact that it is quiet and failure-free. Squeaky wardrobe doors add neither charm nor functionality to a room. A faulty running system can also be a problem, especially with large front panels. A wardrobe which requires a lot of effort to open is no longer functional, and turns out to be impractical. This is why you should give some thought to the materials of the moving parts, and the load capacity of the whole system. "There are solutions which are not only extremely practical, but also stylish. Depending on your needs, you can use either frame or frameless systems", says Marcin Sałek, GTV's Design-Department Coordinator.
When looking for a suitable sliding-door system, it is well worth considering GTV's Flat Line 10/4. It is an ideal solution for the assembling of sliding doors in wardrobes. Its structure is based on an aluminium frame. By choosing this solution you also lend more character to your room, as it adds a designer finish to the door. The panelling which you can use in this system is not only 4-mm glass but also 10-mm board, and glass-and-board combinations.
Sliding systems in standalone and fitted wardrobes are a functional solution for those who value both economy and aesthetic design. When properly integrated into the interior, they can enhance its perception and bring out the best from the room.