Your home is more than just bricks and mortar — it’s about you, your loved ones, and how it can deliver utmost comfort and liveability to your everyday life. It’s for this reason that when designing a home, you want to make sure the construction meets all your requirements and preferences, including spatial considerations.
This doesn’t mean that you need a house with large open spaces. A properly designed house maximises the available space to accommodate the basic functions expected of a home, and leaves options for adjustments or additions when needs change. One of the tried and tested space-saving options available is the use of cavity sliders.
Creating and saving space with a single structure
With today’s innovative entry and access systems, it is possible for architects and builders to create and save space at the same time. Create space ‒ in the sense that they use sliding doors to divide an area into two separate spaces, giving you the option of two separate rooms or opening the sliders for one larger open area. Save space ‒ in the sense that you don’t have to leave an area clear for the door to swing open. Furthermore, because these doors slide into walls, you have more furniture space, seating area or simply more area to leave uncluttered.
Beauty, subtlety, practicality, and efficiency all rolled into one
With the cost of construction materials continuously on the rise, keeping things at a practical level has become all the more important. However, you also don’t want to compromise aesthetics for function. Quality cavity sliding doors are stylish, durable and discrete, giving an edge over some lower quality, conventional options.
Cavity Sliders are an efficient alternative to the traditional doors. With sliding doors, you can block off and secure an area currently in use, and when not, still save space when you need the door open.