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Sliding wardrobes are made to fit between the ceiling and floor and any width (generally wall to wall), meaning they can be fitted into spaces not used for anything else and can be ideal for covering unwanted things like chimney breasts. Sliding wardrobes also provide vast amounts of hanging and storage space and because the wardrobe doors slide, you don’t need loads of space in front of the sliding doors to get into the wardrobe.
Fitting sliding doors below a sloping ceiling is relatively straight forward and only requires a small number of special brackets which we stock and can supply with your order. The brackets are fitted approximately every 70cm, screw to the sloping ceiling and are adjustable so the correct angle can be set to give a flat, level surface to which the top track is fitted. A fascia casing board is then required to cover the brackets and nicely finish the installation.
When sliding wardrobes are fitted between 2 walls (wall to wall), they can be done so at any depth you like, however this should ideally not be less than 55cm if you want to be able to fit clothes on hangers inside with ample clearance.
Sliding wardrobes are deigned to be fitted between 4 sides which is normally the floor, the ceiling and 2 walls, however not everyone has 2 walls which is why we offer end panels for the left, the right or both sides as part of the casing and as a replacement for the wall.
Sliding wardrobes can be fitted anywhere and it is very much a personal preference, however we recommend the sliding wardrobe goes in an area where there is at least 56cm from the back wall and where there are no radiators, doors or windows in the space where you would like the sliding wardrobe to run.