It seems that all that is needed is to call the measurer, and he will definitely do everything right. Built-in sliding door Wardrobe But only he will help you with the engineering solution and the choice of design. And only you can decide in advance what the internal layout should be: departments, sections, shelves, organizers, hangers and their number. We suggest starting the preparatory work in order.

About the price
Decide on a budget for yourself. An amount that does not exceed 10% of the value of the cabinet is considered rational.
Planning the interior of the cabinet

  1. Make a list of clothes and shoes.
  2. Group all the items from the list according to the storage principle (what will go to the shelves, what will be in baskets, and what will hang).
  3. Based on the number of items in different categories from your list, determine how many shelves, storage boxes and how long you need a rod.
    Determining the dimensions of the cabinet
  4. Naturally, the decisive factor is the size of the room, namely, the part of the space that you decide to allocate for the built-in wardrobe. However, keep in mind that the standard depth is 60 cm. It is needed so that the hanger with clothes fits freely on the longitudinal bar. If the doors are not hinged, but sliding, it is better to add another 10 cm.
    If the depth is less than 50 cm, then the longitudinal bar must be replaced with an end one. On the end 40-centimeter bar, on average, 8 hangers are placed

If your layout allows you to make a wardrobe deeper than 60 cm, then shelves for seasonal items or little things can be placed on the hangers behind the clothes. The minimum width of the closet depends only on you, but it makes no sense to make it less than 40 cm to fit the shoe boxes. The height can be any, but there are some subtleties. If the cabinet has a chipboard frame, then the height will be limited by the height of the slab – 278 cm. If a higher one is needed, then a mezzanine is made above it. As for the length, it can be anything.

Choice of doors

Focus on a width of 120 cm. Larger doors will loosen the roller system after a while (unless they are specially designed with reinforced guides). Choose the width of the door to match the width of the section so that the existing drawers slide out and there are no storage areas, access to which is limited.

They are usually made 60 cm wide. Wider doors are too heavy, and the hinges may not withstand. It is better to adhere to the rule of harmonious proportions of the width and height of the door – 1: 5.
Sliding doors
There are restrictions on the minimum cabinet length – 1 m. Built in sliding wardrobe Such doors are not made less than 50 cm wide, otherwise, they will begin to fall out of the guides.

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