A personalized door for maximum comfort and a clean aesthetic
Another differential element of sliding systems, when compared to traditional doors, is that they are much easier to personalize in an aesthetic sense.
A swing door is framed within a vertical surface and can greatly interrupt the flow of the space, given the hinges or pivots that keep it in place within the frame.
On the other hand, sliding doors integrate into the vertical surface, becoming part of it. Whether they are fastened to the ceiling or wall, stored between partitions or against a surface, they allow for many more presentation options and greater personalization.
The type of material chosen for the door will vary depending on the goal: glass is best for maximizing light, while wood is ideal for creating a warm, intimate space. Anything is possible, and both options increase the amount of available space, while simultaneously regulating the level of privacy.
If we add in technical characteristics, like a self-closing mechanism or the KSC-Klein Soft Closing braking system (to keep doors from slamming), the list of options becomes even more interesting and really starts to stand out.