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Sliding wardrobe is especially popular in small-sized rooms. Due to the presence of sliding doors that do not open, it can be placed in any corner of the room. There are 2 types of wardrobe:
• Case. Sliding wardrobe Kremenchug It is a separate wardrobe with its own frame. It looks aesthetically pleasing, it can be moved or moved to a new place of residence. At the same time, there are also disadvantages of the cabinet – it takes up a lot of space, it needs to be provided with indents from the walls during installation. At the price of case cabinets are more expensive than built-in.
• Built-in. Such a cabinet is built into niches; it does not have a frame (side walls, ceiling or base). A built-in wardrobe will be an economical solution, because the lack of part of the panels reduces the price of the product. In addition, you can rationally use the free space in the room. The disadvantages of the built-in wardrobe include the weakened structure (due to the lack of some panels), the inability to move. Continue reading
In our country, a sliding wardrobe is not so much a tribute to fashion as a new tool in the historical struggle for square meters. You have low ceilings, the pillar acts as a “navel” in the middle of the corridor, the room is disfigured by a stupid niche into which no finished furniture will fit, and the wardrobe with a sideboard is littered with dusty suitcases? Then this article will be useful to you.
In sliding wardrobes, sliding doors do not require additional space for opening. And since such a cabinet is made and modeled individually, it can be installed anywhere: in the labyrinth of the corridor, in the cramped office, and in the niche. There are sliding wardrobes for offices, bedrooms, living rooms, libraries and even for children. To order exactly the cabinet that is needed, the buyer must speak with the seller “in one language”, that is, know his professional terminology. Here are some special words and phrases.
False panel – a decorative plate that is used to increase the height of the cabinet, hiding voids. In texture and color, it is usually the same as the door trim.
Base – supporting strips on which the cabinet is installed. It may not be a supporting element, but a decorative element.
Profile – vertical framing of doors (in some versions of cabinets it is also a handle at the same time). Continue reading