18 doors for closets

On this blog you will find a variety of projects such as closet organizing, bathroom renovations and kitchen remodels, just to name a few. The contents are accompanied by pictures and all results are detailed in text.  The closets were previously equipped with 18 doors and had become an obstacle for storing items like shoes, coats and bags since there wasn’t enough space left inside the closet. A colleague of mine, who is working as a cabinet maker, created 3 new storage units out of reclaimed wood with built-in cabinets on both sides of the closet walls so that all coat hangers are still easily accessible for closets. Now the unwanted items can be placed in the cabinets where they could be organized properly. This project was based on 3 simple things: 1) asking clients what they really need first 2) using sustainable materials 3) saving costs through reusing existing material

Closets are boring. They seldom excite the average shopper, they’re difficult to navigate and they’re loaded with products you don’t even know exist! But fear not, because this post will teach you how to create 18 closet doors that magically transform your closet into something so magical, it will make cleaning your closets seem like a total breeze. I don’t know about you, but after reading this post, I’m feeling inspired and ready to start my next closet make-over! Ah the excitement!!

18 doors for closets

A closet door is one of the first things you see when you walk into your master bedroom and it’s one of the last things that you see when you leave. That’s why it’s worth investing some time in choosing a door that will give your closet a customized look that reflects your style and personality.

There are many types of doors available for closets, including:

Sliding glass doors: A great choice for walk-in closets, sliding glass doors offer a modern look and allow for plenty of light to come through. They’re also easy to install and replace if you ever have to move.

Hinged doors: Hinged doors are traditional, but they’re also very functional because they allow for easy access to your clothes. In addition, many door manufacturers offer hinged doors with different finishes so you can get exactly what you want.

Bifold doors: Bifold doors are perfect for smaller spaces since they fold up against the wall when they’re not being used. This makes them ideal for small pantries or closets where space is at a premium.

18-panel door

This style is popular for closets because it offers the most privacy and security. The panels have a vertical grain and are separated by narrow strips of wood or metal that run horizontally across each panel. The top of each panel is trimmed with a raised molding (the “head”).

18 inch pantry door with glass

Pantry doors are an excellent choice for small spaces where you need to maximize storage space. They can be used on freestanding pantries or as closet doors in rooms where there isn’t room for full-size drawers or cabinets. Pantry doors are usually made of wood or plastic and come in a variety of styles — including bi-folds, louvered styles, French-style and more.

18″ bifold door

Bifold closet doors are typically made from fiberglass or aluminum and feature two panels that fold back like an accordion when opened. They’re often used in walk-in closets because they provide plenty of space for storage while taking up little floor space when closed. Bifold closet doors come in many colors, finishes, shapes and sizes — including those that match other products from the same manufacturer (like bathtubs).

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