Sliding Wall Drobe

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  1. ukmercenary

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    Hi All

    So my dad has done he hard part and created the main frame and doors for my sliding wardrobe.

    Now I just need to get the internals done.
    The main options seem to be B&Q and wickes but B&Q seem alot more expensive.

    Has anyone on here build there own sliding walldrobe and if so where did you get your internal bits from?

    Cheers
    Paul
     
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    I just use painted mdf [18mm]. Cheap option.
    Job is back to front, should create the interior and fit doors in front.
     
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    Looks great!
    Hi Yeah I did wonder how im going to get the draws to fit.
    Did you make the draws your self?
     
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    I was lucky to get the draws free from a purpose built plans chest my company was disposing off and just fitted mdf to the fronts.
    You can buy kitchen draws at a wide variety of dimension and build the sides to accommodate.
     
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