Creative ideas for updating closet doors
But we don’t necessarily want our belongings out in the open for everyone to see.
Closet doors are essential, but often forgotten about when it comes to home décor.
Create a new look for your room with these closet door ideas.
Though you may not think of your closet door often, it’s a great opportunity to add a unique look to your bedroom.
I like to call them DIY Interior Door Hacks but that’s just me. Get the look of a costly paneled door without the expense by adding molding and new hardware to a Flat Door via BHG Another classic design option for adding panel molding to flat doors via Driven By Décor Create a “Dorothy Draper” style by contrasting black with white molding via Style Carrot Give Closet Doors a makeover adding bead board, decorative gate hinges and hardware via Beneath my Heart Change bi-fold doors to French Doors – Tutorial via 2 Little Superheroes Update plain closet doors by adding ceiling medallions around the knobs via POPSUGAR Painting your interior doors black instantly makes your space look more expensive, even cheap hollow-core, raised-panel doors found in most modern homes. Via Home Happy Home Make a statement with bold color on the interior of the front door via The Wicker House Center the doorknob on a hollow core door and use a cheap ceiling medallion as molding Full Tutorial via Martha Stewart A classic and easy-to-install barn door track system via Home Jelly Salvaged door repurposed as a Sliding Pantry Door via Fern Avenue Pretty Vintage interior door leading to the basement or pantry via Debbie doo’s Install Fun Detailed Glass doors via klury Make a big change on the cheap – Add faux frosting to a glass door using contact paper and a stencil Tutorial via Fifteen Minute Plan Paint the mullions and an interior door a color other than white via El Mueble Create a glamorous Upholstered interior door – Tutorial via Design Sponge Wallpaper the Door Panels via Martha Stewart Paint the door two-toned – Project Tutorial via ONE KINGS LANE Create a Chalkboard Interior Door via Moorepix Stencil the Door with metallic paint to add color and shine!
Tutorial via BHG After finding all of these great ideas I may not stop at just black paint for my interior doors!
One Kings Lane's special-projects editor, Megan Pflug, shows us how to make a transformation.
Good design is all in the details, so what's a girl to do when faced with lackluster doors? Adding architectural upgrades reminiscent of a chic European pied-à-terre couldn't be easier.
I mean, if black paint makes doors look more expensive and custom, imagine what some molding, wall paper, and stencils would do! So today I’ve rounded up a bunch of awesome ideas to dress up interior doors and make them something special!Remove the doors to create an office nook inside your closet.Elfa shelving from The Container Store will get the space organized in no time.While they're not awful, we definitely want to revamp them (or take them out altogether).Our 5 ideas for dealing with sliding mirror closet doors (and don't forget to weigh in with your suggestions after the jump)!You’ll want to call a pro who can help install your new door, especially if it’s a sliding closet door where work will need to be done on the existing wall or a change in door structure. Believe it or not, you can adorn those doors or even do something a little different to create some fashion before you step foot inside.Whatever kind of closet doors you have, or whatever you call them, we have a makeover for them. This next makeover, although subtle, is just enough to make a BIG difference.Read on, be inspired and go from slab to fab in no time. The Pin Junkie ended up using fusible web and spray adhesive--to adhere fabric to her sliding closet doors--because she ran out of the fusible web after doing the first door, onto which she IRONED ON the fabric. Kara was not diggin' her brass-trimmed sliding doors, so a can of oil rubbed bronze spray paint was utilized to take care of the situation. Even if the inside of your closets are nice, neat and organize, why not give them a bit of style from the outside too?Whether it’s curtains or long pieces of leftover fabric, using them to redecorate will completely change the look and feel of the room the closet is in.