Bypass door designs, in general, belong to the group of sliding doors. They are very often used for closets as they have long ago proven as extremely functional and space saving. Bypass closet doors are opened by sliding on a track behind or in front of each other.
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Bypass closet doors – practical solutions for your home
Bypass closet doors have a very high practical value, as they are multifunctional and efficient from the perspective of optimal use of space.
They can be manufactured with exact measures according to your wishes and personal taste and are an ideal replacement of conventional ones, thus saving space and can be also used as room dividers.
Thanks to a special mechanism, they move smoothly, easily and silently, ensuring comfort and safety.
Bypass closet doors – pros and cons
Bypass closet doors are attached to rails mounted on the ceiling and floor or could be hanging on rails mounted only on the upper part.
They do not require extra space to open because they slide over one another and multiple wings can slide on a single track.
Often they are made of steel and have a full mirror on one side and allow you to open and close the them without applying any force.
These models are an inexpensive option. Of course, there is a huge range of high quality hardware so everyone could choose as per his budget.
The greatest disadvantage is that only one side can open at a time which means you cannot access your full closet.