Ideas For Your Closet Doors

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In my daughter’s bedroom, we have a set of sliding mirrored closet doors.  They are very basic,  from Home Depot.  I’ve been wanting to do something with them for a while now.  I want to keep the mirrors, because those are the most used mirrors in the house.  But I need to amp up the style.  While seaching the web for inspiration, I found plenty.  I’ve included all closet door ideas, not just mirrored.

This one is my favorite,  I love the trim.  I would need very thin trim to pull off this look because my doors slide over one another.  (Update: I found a way to mimic this look with amazing results, see my closet door makeover here!)

mirror molding

Gardiner and Larson Homes

Here they swapped out the closet doors for beautiful mirrored French Doors.

 french mirrored doors

via Style at Home

In the next photo, the mirrors were given an antiqued look. I’ve been noticing alot of this antiqued  mirror style around.  The 2015 Dream Home even has this in the master bath.  You can achieve this look with some paint stripper and muriatic acid.  Read the full how to here.

antiqued mirrored doors

via Loft and Cottage

mirrored doors

Home Design Noble

Trim gives it a custom look.

mirrored doors with trim


pretty closet doors

The Lettered Cottage

And some non- mirrored closet door inspiration.  I love the distressed look of these french doors!

vintage french doors

via Picklee

Sliding barn doors are also a great space saver.  They are good alternative to pocket doors.

salvaged doors

Country Living

More barn door inspiration.

barn style doors

Home Design Noble

These barn doors were a DIY project, actually built from scratch.

unfinished barn doors

Little Lucy Lu

If you’re not into building doors from scratch, in this next project they used their existing bifold doors and turned them into barn doors, on a tiny budget, too!

bifold to barn doors

Simpsonized Crafts

At Beneath My Heart, she removed the ugly existing doors, and replaced them with these.  She found 2 flat panel doors at a Habitat store and added the molding and decorative hardware.

beadboard closet doors

Beneath My Heart

Or forgo the doors all together and use beautiful curtain panels instead.

curtain instead of doors

Sarah M Dorsey

  Do you have any suggestions for mirrored closet doors?

*Update:  I made over my daughter’s mirrored closet doors with great success!  You can read how I did it here.*

Mirrored closet door makeover

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