When Jason contacted me for some internal sliding doors for his hallway, I was delighted to help.
Bright orange was not a colour I would immediately select for a hallway, but I have to say they do look pretty stunning don’t they?
And I really couldn't think of a more invigorating colour to start the day with or return home to at night.
The doors would look equally good in an orange bedroom or utility room too.
The interiors are well designed in beech, with a useful top shelf and a shelf stack that makes an ideal shoe storage rack, or for general clutter that seems to accumulate in the hall way.
Single hanging for long coats and double hanging make the best use of the storage space available.
Of course that also leaves the floor for even more shoe storage, and we can never have enough shoe storage can we!
After fitting the wardrobe interiors it's a simple job to install the top and bottom track and position the doors in place, adjusting as necessary with the screw adjusters on the back of the wardrobe doors with a Philips Screw driver.
No floor liners were needed as the bottom track fitted straight on to the laminate floor. White MFC liners were used on each side to frame the walls.
Although wall liners are not absolutely necessary they do make a good straight frame for the sliding doors fit to close up to.
I know Jason was really pleased with how the project turned out, and how easy the internal sliding doors were to fit. It's great that something that looks so fabulous can hide away our day to day clutter. I do love my job!