Wardrobe Doors



Ready to paint your bedroom but not sure what to do with the wardrobe doors?

Relax.

The Tailor Spray team have years of experience spray painting wardrobe doors, and we can help you find the exact shade you need to complete your project.
Our interior spray-painting system means you’ll get precisely the finish you want, and there’s no mess.
That’s a guarantee.

Paint Colours and Sheen Levels


Your wardrobe doors can be sprayed in virtually any colour reference you give us. Or we can colour-match to a physical sample.

All colours are mixed into durable industrial paint, which we offer in a selection of sheen-levels. The most popular choices are either 10% (eggshell) or 25% (satin).


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How it works


The wardrobe doors are preferably taken off-site to be prepared and spray-painted. But when needs must, we have also been known to spray them on site – for a five-star hotel in Central London.

Once the doors have been removed, the on-site team take care of spraying any remaining items which can’t easily be removed such as end-panels and cornice mouldings. They also spray the front edges of all the carcasses, if required (but usually not the insides).

Of course the floor and all adjacent areas are properly protected first. And the insides are masked off, so you don’t have to remove all the contents.

Once finished, the new-look doors are returned, refitted and any hinge-adjustments made. You can also have new handles fitted, so long as you’ve selected that option during the initial survey.




Approximate Timescale & Leadtime

An average-sized wardrobe takes about one week to complete – as a rough guide – but it varies depending on the size of the project. A more detailed timescale is given in the quotation.

Your bedroom can be used during the project and there is hardly any smell from the paint.

Leadtime (prior to starting work) ranges from around two to four weeks from quotation approval, but can sometimes be brought forward.