Mirrored, Vinyl or Raw Gyprock - Choosing the right sliding wardrobe door

  There's a few options when it comes to sliding wardrobe doors and we're here to help make the decision a little easier.    1. Mirrored wardrobe door For a multi-purpose solution to suit your bedroom, office or other space, mirrored sliding wardrobe doors are a great option. Not only do mirrored doors have a practical function but they also help to create a sense of space through the reflection of light. Hello bright and spacious looking room!   2. Vinyl wardrobe door The classic vinyl sliding wardrobe door never goes astray. Available in a range of neutral colours, these doors are ideal if you're looking to match your walls and interior decor. From bedrooms to hallway cupboards, vinyl wardrobe doors are versatile option.  ...

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How to DIY Sliding Wardrobe Doors

When you are looking to replace existing sliding wardrobe doors or to install new sliding doors completely there are a few things you will need to keep in mind. Renovating a bedroom space should be exciting and fun and with these few tips we can make it a little easier to get that finished look you want to achieve.First thing you want to make sure of is the space in which you are installing new sliding wardrobe doors is going to be suitable for them.If you have hinged doors you want to replace it is best to remove these and patch all screw, hinge spaces and unpainted spots left by their removal. Since sliding wardrobe doors only have a top...

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Can I paint my Sliding Wardrobe Doors?

We hear this a lot from customers and we get it... Why get new doors when you can paint the old ones? They are perfectly fine but just don't match your new colour scheme. BUT JUST WAIT A SECOND... Here's the thing... YES, you can paint your sliding wardrobe doors but they must be plain gyprock if you have any hope of them staying painted and not flaking or looking... yuck.When you attempt to paint any surface that is not a plain gyprock surface you will not have a fun time. Paint will naturally adhere to a plain gyprock surface as where it will tend to seperate and eventually flake from any surfaces with little surface to attach itself to...

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