Angled Sliding Wardrobe Doors for Sloping Ceilings, Skeilings & Under Stairs Storage – New Product Launch from Sliding Wardrobe World

Sliding Wardrobe World have just launched a new range of ‘Angled’ sliding wardrobe doors that are designed specifically for angled roofs, sloping ceilings, skeilings and under stair cases.  The range will simply be called ‘S9’ Sliding Wardrobe Doors.

The S9 angled sliding wardrobe doors are avalilable in a new wider range of glass and woodgrain finishes.

Often customers will find that when workinging in an attic room, or simply in a bedroom under a sloping eave (also known as a skeiling), that they need a sliding wardrobe door that just isnt quite square.

Angled Sliding Wardrobe Door for Sloping Ceilings

Angled Sliding Wardrobe Door for Sloping Ceilings in Fuschia Pink

This can also be the case when putting sliding wardrobe doors under stairs.

Previously the carpenter or fitter would have to create a false panel to allow rectangular sliding wardrobe doors to fit, and generally this panel would not slide, so is not very good for storage, but now, Sliding Wardrobe World can build you doors with a corner cut away, or with the whole top end of the door cut away.

The problem with doing this is that the door loses some of its integrity, as its no longer held in the track on all four corners, but the new S9 sliding wardrobe doors will come with a special guide and track that fixes to a shelf at mid height, and provides some extra rigidity to the angled sliding door.

A few extra measurements are required, but the product can still be fully defined by the customer using our made to measure design tools.

For more information (or to jump straight to designing you wardrobe), go straight to our S9 angled sliding wardrobe doors for sloping ceilings  design tool.

Addition 19/06/13:

For a really interesting blog on how to measure design and fit an set of Angled, Sloping or Skeiling set of sliding wardrobe doors, please click on this link ‘skeiling sliding wardrobe doors’.


4 thoughts on “Angled Sliding Wardrobe Doors for Sloping Ceilings, Skeilings & Under Stairs Storage – New Product Launch from Sliding Wardrobe World

  1. Good afternoon, markflynn.

    I am looking to purchase some angled sliding wardrobe doors to for under stair storage. Am I correct in assuming that how far towards to lower side of my stairs I want to place the sliding doors can affect the opening of some of the wardrobe doors? Could you explain this, please? Also, is there a limit on how many doors can be angled – am I limited to just a single angled door, or may I have numerous angled sliding doors?

    Kindest regards,


    • Hi Joseph,

      With a 3 door opening, you can have up to 2 angled sliding wardrobe doors. With a two door opening, you can only have one sliding wardrobe door, but the devil is in the detail.

      If you send us a picture of the area via email, we can get a idea, and tell you where to measure, and offer some advice on the best way to handle this, and make some proposals. Please send you email to Best regards 😉

  2. Hi
    I have angles on both sides of my room and I need angled slidingng wardrobe doors on the left and the right. I notice you design tool only allows one side. Can we have angles on both sides

    • Hi there
      Thanks you for contacting us. You certainly can have angles on both sides of you sliding wardrobe. We needed to keep the design tool simple, so its easy for customers to use, so the option to have both sides was seen as added complication that’s only occasionally required (and usually requires a telephone call anyway).

      Please give us a call to discuss, and we will talk you through the process (0208 123 8686). Please also have a look at this blog entry from one of our customers. Its pretty useful in explaining what’s required – How to Measure and Install Angled Sliding Wardrobe Doors

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