On recessed sliding doors, the mechanism involves a counterframe set inside the wall, and therefore, installation requires a small amount of building work. The great advantage of this solution is that the walls that surround the door as it slides, are free on the outside and can therefore be used for furniture like wardrobes, bookcases and other units. Different types of opening are also possible, according to the counterframe fitted.
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Sliding doors are a functional solution when you are looking to create space recovering it from the area usually taken up by a standard door leaf when open. They are also an excellent solution for those who want to create larger spaces connected to one another using versatile means. Before you buy a new sliding door, you need to remember that there are different types:
- sliding doors that go into the wall (recessed doors)
- exposed sliding doors.
- They allow you to create extra space
- They can also be used to create handy walk-in wardrobes
- They can partition rooms without the need for walls
If you like minimalism, you are sure to love these two ideas: a sliding door that is flush with the wall and therefore, perfectly flat, and the door with Batik system, which creates a very elegant effect between the door and the track.
Have you decided to buy a sliding door or two for your home? The sales points in our network are staffed by qualified experts to help you and offer advice for your furnishing needs. Choosing between the different available types will be easier thanks to the help of those with decades of experience in the industry. Click on the button to find your nearest showroom.