Custom Wardrobe Doors Auckland NZ

A truly “custom” wardrobe design company, we can replace your existing wardrobe doors, drawers & shelves, plus build home storage solutions! Custom designed, manufactured, delivered and fitted for you.

Wardrobe Door Styles

We can build to match a variety of door styles that include: villa, contemporary and traditional.

  • Sliding Doors
  • Bi-fold
  • Standard opening

Sliding Wardrobe Doors

For small areas, a wardrobe with sliding doors is the smart choice. Because they are more compact they will fit into smaller spaces. A mirrored door creates the illusion of extra space in the room. Sliding wardrobe doors are ideal because they open sideways and don’t require any clearance.

They are suitable for more spacious bedrooms too. This type of door doesn’t have hinges and you can therefore install doors wider than the usual hinged door which is usually limited to 600mm. Sliding wardrobe doors are usually made in three width options: 610mm, 762mm and 914mm and to a standard height of approximately 2260mm.

Plywood is a popular choice for sliding door wardrobes because it is strong, durable, and has a smooth surface that is easy to work with.

Disadvantages of Sliding Doors

The main disadvantage of a sliding wardrobe door is that one side is always covered, making it impossible to see the entire contents at once. Sliding doors need more gentle handling – if treated roughly, the panels and alignment can be compromised over time

Bi-Fold Wardrobe Doors

Bi-fold doors can completely open up by folding back on themselves, offering ease of access. As well as wardrobes, they are great for small rooms like closets, laundry rooms and pantries. Whilst their accordion-style doors won’t provide security, they are a great way to conceal messy spaces. When the folding panels are open, they also allow full and unrestricted access.

When replacing bifold doors, the most important issue is accurate measurements of the finished opening size to determine door width and correct track size.

Wardrobe Door Finishes

  • Melamine
  • Bare MDF
  • Two-pot lacquered
  • Mirrored
  • Plywood

Construction Materials: we usually work with melamine, MDF (painted or bare) and plywood.