The most common custom-made furniture product is built-in wardrobes. Due to the possibility of adaptation to any space, built-in wardrobes are a real hit. Due to mass production, they are no longer too expensive and are available to everyone. Sliding doors are most often installed on built-in wardrobes, but they can also be ordinary, and they can literally be installed in all spaces. Clever use of every centimeter of space, adapted to the size of the owner of the room or apartment in which it is located – these are the basic features but also the advantages of each built-in wardrobe. This is why an increasing number of clients choose built-in wardrobes instead of classic ones when furnishing their homes, not only in bedrooms, but also in kitchens, hallways, living rooms and balconies. Such wardrobes bring numerous advantages and are increasingly in demand. They are even 40% more functional than classic ones because there is no loss of space. They are easier to maintain because they are closed from floor to ceiling with sliding doors. Also, the sliding door mechanism saves space, and due to the quality of the sliding fittings, they are more durable than classic ones. However, in order for the wardrobe to meet all your requirements and serve you flawlessly, you must know a few important facts before installation. MANUFACTURER and MATERIALS – Do not let the more favorable price offered by a manufacturer or company be the prevailing reason for you to decide on it. The same applies to the material you want the wardrobe to be made of – its durability will mostly depend on that. Do not skimp on wood, glass and other materials, and especially not on guides for sliding doors – let them be made of aluminum, as well as the profiles. In addition, the quality of the wheels is also important. They carry the entire weight of the door, so inferior, cheaper variants can lead to their deformation and problems when opening the door. You could also hear the ugly scraping of the door frame on the upper guide. SHELF ARRANGEMENT and PRICE – Before you start ordering, think carefully about the internal layout. Plan well the shelves for stacked goods and space for hanging goods, drawers and decide if you want to have lighting, a mirror and a basket for dirty laundry in the closet. Some people also keep shoes in the closet, so consider that option. COLORS AND PATTERNS – Fronts today, in addition to solid wood and chipboard, are also made in combination with glass, plastic, photo print… the possibilities are truly endless.