When designing a room, most people don’t give much thought to which door will work best; but, a skilled designer understands that style and function are crucial for particular applications. Careful consideration is important for the flow and consistency of the desired interior. So, understanding the best functions of certain doors can help when executing your design.
Utilizing popular applications can benefit builders by choosing what buyers currently prefer. Sliding doors have become quite the rage, as they can be designed to work in a wide range of interior spaces. The selections compliment design styles from ultramodern to traditional, and include a wide range of frame finishes and insert options.
The Top Sliding Door Applications
Sliding doors are commonly used for closets, bathrooms, kitchen pantries and cabinets, furniture, and offices.
Closets are one of the most common places to find sliding doors, but an interesting option is using large sliding glass doors to keep contents visible but enclosed. Bathrooms, too, are perfect for sliding doors—especially if there is limited space. Sliding barn doors can save space, as they do not swing open.
In the kitchen, the pantry will look sharp with a sliding door and can be customized to match cabinet colors and styles. And throughout the home, sliding doors on furniture, such as credenzas and entertainment centers, make storage both elegant and effective, allowing you to hide things away when necessary, while also allowing for easy access.
Clear glass sliding doors can bring light into an office, while creating an open environment and reducing noise, allowing private conversations to take place.
From Elegant Design to Natural Light
Besides their chic design, sliding doors can save space, provide natural light, and seamlessly adjoin two rooms. Imagine the elegance of a living room and dining room connected by beautiful sliding doors that can simply open to create a larger area. These are the sorts of things buyers are looking for.
From floor sliding doors, to top-hung sliding doors, Element Designs has the hardware systems to accommodate different installation needs. Element Designs’ products will work for a variety of projects and help make your sliding doors work in any situation.
To learn more about Element Designs and the sliding doors options they offer, view their selection today!
- TV credenza with sliding cabinetry doors featuring our narrow aluminum frame and white backpainted glass. MarketScale
- Sliding passage doors featuring low-iron satin glass and dividers or mullions for modern style. MarketScale
- Contemporary barn door sliding system features our top-sliding DN80 sliding hardware, AF011 onyx frame and satin glass. MarketScale
- Sliding office doors and panels features aluminum frame AF009 and clear glass with custom etched pattern MarketScale
- Large closet sliding doors for reach in closet with clear glass for full visibility. MarketScale