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Mondrian Inspired Sliding Doors

Custom Built Wardrobe Sliding Doors

The Mondrian Inspired door collection is very popular with the home builder, interior designers, home renovator, new homes and small commercial projects.

One particular reason for this is that the nature of “Mondrian” artwork can be customised to suit different colour finishes.  We can bring the exact paint match from your room into the door providing a very stylish to a smart finish.

Why choose the Mondrian Sliding Door?

Choosing the Mondrian sliding door allows you to bring different elements of your interior design together.  The Initial artwork composition is red, blue & yellow.  However, in today’s design world we have see the geometric design in many different colour pallets.

  •  Unlimited Colour Pallet
  •  Various choices of quality materials
  •  Functional Art
  • The door can be up to 2700mm high
  • Bespoke design


The Mondrian Sliding Doors and your home.

Mondrian internal doors are suitable for all areas of your home including the following:

  • Rumpus Room
  • Teenager Retreat
  • Hallways
  • Bedrooms
  • Laundries
  • The laundry cupboard doors
  • Wardrobe Doors
  • Mud room
  • Kids room

How Do I get a quote for Mondrian Inspired Sliding Doors?

The easiest way to get a quote for internal Mondrian Cupboard doors is to supply us with a few details

  • Colour Choices:  If you are matching exisiting paint, fixtures, provide the paint brand and colours, for an exact match.
  • Size:  Please provide height, width & depth of your cupboard
  • Which room are you putting the sliding doors in?
  • Photos:  Photos are great as Carl is able to offer you advice
  • Your Address, phone & email


Custom Sliding Wardrobe Design

Customising the Mondrian door has seen most of our clients taken licence with the colours, and we’ve played around with many different materials too.

  • Custom 2 Pac paint finishes
  • standard paint finish with a roller
  • coloured acrylic panels
  • glass
  • perforated metal even powder-coated mini-orb have found their way into these pieces of “functional art”

For example we even used a spectrophotometer on a woollen floor rug to match colours into the doors.


Piet Mondrian

Piet Mondrian, pioneer of 20th century abstract art and an inspiration to this day. His expression of pure geometric elements has graced many a wall and lends itself to our geometrically focussed fabrication methods. Besides all that, his work is cool!


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