Sliding Wardrobe Door kit price includes matching tracks and all required fittings.
All 'Standard' sliding wardrobe doors suit an opening height of 2260mm, and are available in 610, 762 or 914mm widths.
Click on the doors below to select a design, then click in the opening to build and price your sliding door wardrobe.
If the sizes or designs don't work for you, then refer to our made to measure sliding door ranges.
To build your wardrobe, just CLICK or TOUCH a door above to select it, then CLICK or TOUCH on the wall below to add it.
Our contemporary range of sliding wardrobe doors come in a number of designs, all with silver frames. Fineline and Wideline doors have soft white glass centre panels, and white, oak or wenge effect panels. We also have a range of mirror, frosted or white glass options for you standard sized sliding wardrobe.
Our Shaker sliding wardrobe doors are available in Beech, Ferrara Oak, Windsor Oak, Maple, Walnut or White, and Mirror. Mix 610mm or 914mm width sliding doors to create your required wardrobe width. All prices include matching 'value' tracks.
Our traditional range of sliding wardrobe doors are available in white or Alder Affect. The Cathedral Arch and White Décor panels have a raised profile on them to match in with traditional Victorian and Edwardian styling.
All of our standard and made to measure sliding doors are suitable for childrens rooms, but in this section we will add a growing range of designs for the smaller people in our lives. Let your kids have fun with our chalkboard doors, which can be paired with mirrors, or any other doors from our standard range.
Our Premium range of standard sliding doors are manufactured from a wider 35mm frame produced from a heavier grade steel steel, and also the 2 sprung 2 wheel top guide, and track system that we use on our made to measure doors. They are available in 2 glass colours that are also only usually used on our made to measure range (Pure white and Black).
Click or touch any door above to select it (other doors will fade).
Buttons then appear allowing you to remove the door or move it left or right.
Note: Total width refers to the maximum total width without overlaps between front and rear doors. A 25mm overlap is recommended, or increase overlaps to effectively reduce the size of your sliding wardrobe.