Glass wardrobe doors Sydney are a great, versatile look to complete the finishing touches on your storage solution, be it in the office, bedroom, study, bathroom or living space.
Some benefits of choosing glass wardrobe doors Sydney are how aesthetically pleasing they can be: clean lines, elegant look, may mute a little of the chaos in a wardrobe without doing away with the personal touch, keeps your precious things on show without getting them all grubby and dusty (or little hands pulling, poking, touching or dropping).
Now before your mind wanders off down the line of picturing your rather ‘creatively’ organised wardrobe, think less of a window over your existing doors and more of a stylish glass wardrobe doors Sydney solution that is both stylish and functional.
Glass wardrobe doors Sydney come in a wide variety of options allowing you to best tailor your doors to your personal taste, and the one that best befits the tone of your home. Some examples of the different options include
- Frosted glass
- Coloured glass for that WOW factor
- High gloss
- Timber, metal or frameless surrounds
- Mirrored panels
Not keen on all glass? Kind of like the existing design in your house but feel as though it could use a little tweaking to make it perfect? You could always choose the option of a mix of timber with glass cutouts for that modern, clean lines look. Or have only one of the panels as the glass wardrobe doors Sydney, and the other a differing but corresponding finish that best suits or complements the existing style in your home.
Glass wardrobe doors Sydney are available as sliding or hinged panels or doors. If you have something specific in mind you may wish to talk to a professional about having a custom design made to your specifications. Changing a few wardrobe doors within the premises is a way to add cohesiveness to the location that may have otherwise been missing.
Choosing glass for the doors, or mirrors are an effective way to add brightness to a room and create a larger impression of space. The last thing you want in an already dark room is more heavy timber or dark colours draining even more light out. This lack of light can easily be resolved by choosing light reflecting colours and the use of glass in your furniture and fittings selections.