Well it seems to happen about this time most years, that I get talked into doing some kind of new exciting, life-enhancing DIY project. This year is no exception, the project this time being sliding doors for the wardrobes. This will, of course, also involve painting the walls, installing new carpet, and new shelves, racks, hangers, etc for the clothes.
To be fair, I never liked the hinged doors; shirt sleeves tended to get caught in the hinges, and the sleeve buttons get crushed.
The old internal walls were constructed in some kind of lightweight brick/biscuit material, that I cut with a big angle grinder. It made a LOT of dust, and the dust got everywhere. It's uncomfortable working with a face mask, ear defenders and safety goggles, but I figure it's a good idea.
We have reached the point where the wood surrounds to the door frames are in place, and I have made a sliding door to check on the size. There will be eight doors in total, four each for two separate wardrobes in the corridor. Then we have a similar project to do in the bedroom. Whoopee.