More Practical, These Are 5 Sliding Wardrobes You Must Have
The more rapid development in the furniture industry is also followed by furniture models that are increasingly beautiful and attractive. In addition, furniture providers are also always trying to create furniture that suits consumers’ needs. One of them is proven by the presence of sliding cabinets. Today, sliding cabinets are quite popular and in demand. Not only because of the current model, but sliding cabinets have proven to be effective for filling a limited space. We look at whatever sliding cabinet you have to have in your house to save space!
Minimalist sliding wardrobe
If your bedroom is narrow and you are dreaming of putting a pretty big wardrobe in a minimalist style, you can make it happen with a sliding cabinet that will disguise the presence of storage with the walls around it.
Sliding wardrobe with glass door
As we know that installing glass in a narrow room is one way to make the room look wider than its original size. Combined with the use of other furniture, sliding cabinets can save your storage space.
Wooden door sliding wardrobe
The style of wooden door sliding cabinet is widely used in Japan, but in Indonesia it is also still relevant! You can mix wooden sliding door designs with glass to make a wide effect on the room or you can use wood only. The model can be 2 doors or 3 doors
Wooden door sliding wardrobe have advantages over other materials, which are stronger and longer lasting if the basic material used is high quality wood. This wardrobe will also give a very natural rustic effect.
Sliding cabinets for minimalist kitchens
If usually a sliding cabinet is always identical to a wardrobe, this time you need to know that the sliding cabinet model is not only for wardrobes but can also be used for kitchen cabinets to store plates or collection of glasses.
Acrylic sliding wardrobe
Not only wood and glass, but acrylic material is also good to use as a material for making sliding wardrobe doors. Use neutral colors to reflect light on the sliding cabinet door when the light is turned on.