Neat-looking, space-saving or functional? Furnishing small spaces has just become much easier. You no longer have to worry that you won’t have enough space to open your door. Now, you can make full use of all of your space using the INVADO sliding systems
Pocket door system
With this system, the wall into which the doors are slid remains uncovered, and you can use it at will. You don’t need any extra space you would normally need to open a regular door because it
disappears into a special pocket in the wall. Note, however, that this solution is something you should plan in advance before construction or renovation because it requires you to install an additional partition, preferably made from plasterboard.
This system is easier to install – it simply requires a special guide rail hanged on the wall. The drawback is that the wall onto which the doors are slid has to be left vacant. On the plus side, you can install wall-mounted sliding doors at any time.
Who is it for?
Sliding doors are an excellent solution for small apartments, where every square metre matters. Thanks to the way they look, however, they are becoming increasingly popular with owners of single-family houses and apartments. Sliding door systems are an excellent choice if you want to separate a space to discretely hide it away from your guests – e.g., your wardrobe, pantry or home office.
Depending on the door model you choose (solid or glazed), you can create the effect of total or partial separation. In order to be fully satisfied with your sliding door, you should make sure that it is correctly installed. To verify this, open and close the door several times. They should run smoothly on the guide rail and open without any effort. All flat and modular interior doors (except for the D’Artagnan collection) of INVADO can be installed as part of both types of sliding systems.