Sliding doors provide both seclusion and access
Sliding doors can be used to open up, or close off, an area of a room, it has been asserted.
Industry commentator Catherine Smith suggests that if space is at a premium then homeowners may have to get the most out of a room, with bedrooms sometimes being used as both offices and living spaces as well as an area to relax in.
As such, writing in online resource nzherald.co.nz, she suggests that sliding doors can even be scaled up in their size to create moving walls, meaning that areas of a home can be closed away when they are not needed and opened up for use when required.
In other news that may be of interest to people looking to improve their properties, industry commentator Phil Spencer recently wrote in the online pages of the Sunday Times that roof lights can be used to create lighter and more spacious-feeling living areas.