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Space Saving Doors

If you are looking to save space in any room or you have a small cupboard door which is ready to update, theres a  variety of space saving solutions available to fit perfectly into even the most awkward of spaces.

Small yet perfectly formed

Slim versions of popular interior door designs such as the oak Oregon Cottage or the Newark moulded door can be utilised in the smallest of spaces and can be individually hung for very small frame openings. These slimline options are available in a choice of 457mm or 533mm widths to fit the tightest of spaces yet can be suited to match the rest of the home.

A wide range of designs are available to match standard interior door ranges, enabling you to achieve a cohesive finish, even in rooms where you have odd-shaped areas, such as loft conversions.

However, if you’re choosing a door design that has panel detailing, there is a chance that the number of panels may reduce slightly, as you might expect, due to a smaller door width. But rest assured the overall look will match beautifully with the wider doors.

Why not consider hanging two cupboard doors together to create a small pair, if height is the issue, you can also source undersized interior doors designed specifically for tight spaces.

Bi-fold doors

Bi-fold doors are a fantastic way to save on space whilst not compromising on style. Requiring only half the floor area of a standard door when it opens, their concertina action is useful for numerous applications, including the division of small rooms such as en-suites or the use of cupboards or pantries.

Bi-fold doors are manufactured undersized to fit straight into standard door openings, so they are the perfect choice for a simple refurbishment project. They are also provided with all the hardware saving you time on installation as everything is ready to go.

Choose from traditional oak like the Oregon cottage or contemporary moulded door designs such as the Oakfield to match perfectly with other interior doors.

“Bi-fold doors are a fantastic way to save on space whilst not compromising on style.”