Making sliding doors from pine wood panel for your hall cupboard, by Joke

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I made 2 sliding doors for a niche in my hallway. My coats, shoes, etc. are neatly concealed. Because I regularly let people in through my front door, a neat entrance is very important.

Work description: how did you realize your project

On the left I have a plank of 8.0 cm wide, 258 .0 cm high and 12 mm thick and placed vertically against the wall. On the right I placed a beam of 7.0 x 5.0 x 258.0 cm at the front of the niche to increase the depth to 59.0 cm and against this a vertical plank of 8.0 cm wide, 258 .0 cm high and 12 mm thick.

I screwed a sliding door track system to the ceiling and stuck it to the floor. Then I hung the painted doors in it.

Final size: What are the outside dimensions?

The width is 105.0 cm
The height is 258.0 cm
The depth of the niche is 54.0 cm

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