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11. Firm: Michael Abraham ArchitectureA combination of lacquered glass and light brown laminate creates an interesting contrast of colour as well as materials. It looks neat, brings in an element of lightness and prevents the wardrobe from looking bulky.
Sliding doorsSliding doors require a floor track as well as a top track with rollers for the doors to slide on. The standard depth of a sliding-door wardrobe is 26 inches, including a running track of about 2 inches, which is usually fixed into the floor or a wooden base. Note the minimum width of a sliding-door wardrobe should be at least 7 feet. This is allows for two 3.5-foot doors and an opening that is 3.5 feet wide at most. Any less, and it will be too narrow, making it difficult to get at the contents of the wardrobe.See more sliding wardrobe designs
4. GlassBring in a sense of lightness with glass sections in the wardrobe door panels instead of going for the conventional solid door panels.The straight lines and glossy finish of glass give a sleek and modern look. One can choose from frosted, tinted, plain and lacquered glass. It is easy to clean, low on maintenance and can be easily installed.Take a look at a few dreamy sliding doors