Contemporary and stylish white sliding wardrobe doors

When space is limited but you don’t want to compromise on style, sliding wardrobe doors can provide the ideal solution.

At Spaceslide, our elegant and stylish wardrobes are available in a great range of fashionable white wood and glass finishes. So, whether you’re looking for a crisp white surface to complement a highly contemporary interior design, or a slightly more muted shade of white such as cashmere to complete an earthier scheme, we are sure to have the ideal finish for your perfect wardrobe.

Choose a white metal frame and then add our white glass or wood finish door panels to complete your white sliding wardrobe doors. Alternatively, why not combine our white door panels with a contrasting black, chrome or wood frame?

Whatever look and storage solution you are trying to achieve, our clever ‘design your own’ sliding wardrobe door tool offers a variety of size, colour and storage combinations to make your dream wardrobe a reality!

Design inspiration

Deluxe Shaker: 3 panel Arctic White / Stone Grey doors with Cashmere frame

Was: £2810.22

£1405.08 Price for design shown

... or, £140.51 deposit then £105.38/month for 12 months.

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Premium Mini: 3 panel Pure white / Nebraska Oak doors with Titanium frame

Was: £3375.40

£1687.68 Price for design shown

... or, £168.77 deposit then £126.57/month for 12 months.

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Preparing and Measuring

Use our helpful guide to make sure your wardrobe doors fit your space perfectly.


Need a hand installing your order? We can help – with our professional installation service available to all online customers.

Order samples

Are you trying to decide on the perfect finish for your sliding wardrobe doors? No problem – we can send you up to 8 samples for just £12, which will be reimbursed when you order.

Our showrooms

There’s really no substitute for seeing our storage solutions first hand, so why not come along to one of our three stunning showrooms?