Floor to ceiling wardrobes with sliding doors offer the maximum floor to ceiling storage space and are extremely easy to DIY fit requiring the least amount of preliminary work. Combined with wall to wall sliding wardrobe doors you have complete wall to ceiling wardrobe storage with maximised storage space in one elegant solution.

The majority of our customers choose our sliding wardrobe doors because they are made to measure floor to ceiling wardrobes with a superb design and colour choice to match both décor and storage needs.

Floor to ceiling wardrobe sliding doors
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On the Wardrobe Doors Direct website, the maximum height that is available to order for wardrobe doors is 2480mm which, for most customers, will mean that a full floor to ceiling height wardrobe is easily achieved. However, should you require doors taller than 2480mm please call us on freephone 0800 035 1730 as we will be delighted to provide you with your very own bespoke height doors up to 2750mm in the steel framed system and up to 5000mm with the aluminium framed system.

Doors that are taller than 2480mm must incorporate split panel design, choose from any of our design collections except the Como Collection. If you would like a quote for floor to ceiling sliding doors that are taller than our standard height of 2480mm please email or phone the Design Team with the door specification you require and we will be able to provide a quote on an individual basis.

Fitting full height sliding wardrobe doors with ceiling coving and skirting boards

When considering installing floor to ceiling wardrobe doors it is important to remember that if you have ceiling coving and skirting boards in the room then some simple preparation work will facilitate easy fitting. There are two main methods for installations where coving and skirting boards are present.

Installing wardrobe doors with a strike plate

1. Remove a section from the coving and skirting board
After ensuring a completely vertical measurement is taken, cut 100mm wide sections from the ceiling coving and the skirting board (if a strike plate is being used). For a more detailed description of how to install sliding wardrobe doors when ceiling coving and skirting boards are present please see our online installation guide.

Installing wardrobe doors with a L-shaped column

2. Adding a profiled fillet to each side of the installation
This method involves the creation of a slim column (or fillet) either side of the wardrobe door installation that allows the ceiling coving and skirting boards to remain intact. Instead, the edges of the fillet that butt up against the wall are cut to match the profile of the ceiling coving and skirting board. For more information on this method please read see our article fitting sliding wardrobe doors between uneven walls.

Start designing your sliding wardrobe doors

If you would like more information about our floor to ceiling sliding wardrobe doors please contact the Design Team on freephone 0800 035 1730.

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