A fresh take on a classic pattern – this panel flirts with traditional ornamental glass techniques. The structured surface catches the light, creating interesting effects and adding life to your room.
10 year guarantee. Read about the terms in the guarantee brochure.Sliding doors allow more room for furniture because they don’t take any space to open.The soft-closing device catches the running doors so that they close slowly, silently and softly.The check pattern is created by melting glass into a glowing liquid and pouring it into a mould.The frosted glass has a timeless appeal that is easy to combine with any style.You can create a soft light in your room by mounting lighting inside your PAX wardrobe and letting it shine through the frosted glass.You can tailor the look by combining NYKIRKE frosted glass panels with covered panels in other materials of your choice.The panels are interchangeable so you can update the look at a fraction of the cost compared to buying a new wardrobe.The sliding doors do not require knobs or handles. This creates a timeless expression that is easy to combine with different styles.The soft-opening/closing devices catch the running doors so that they open and close slowly, silently and softly.To be combined with 2 PAX wardrobe frames, width 75 cm.Fits with PAX wardrobe system.We recommend you to attach the soft-open/closing device to the sliding door before hanging the door on the frame.Two people are required to do the assembly.Min. ceiling height required: 205 cm.Handle with care! A damaged edge or scratched surface can cause the glass to suddenly crack and/or break. Avoid collisions from the side - this is where the glass is most vulnerable.Tempered glass should be handled with care! A damaged edge or a scratched surface can cause the glass to break suddenly – but only into small pieces, never into sharp fragments.Sliding door fittings and cover strips included.Designer
Ornamental glass, with its many different patterns, is created using a very old technique and is usually found on windows of buildings dating back a long time. This technique, and the typical 70’s pattern, have inspired the design of NYKIRKE glass panels. The check pattern is created by melting glass into a glowing liquid and pouring it into a mould.
Pair of sliding doors, frosted glass, check pattern 150x201 cm