Replacing broken, outdated or unattractive closet doors with curtains can be a stylish, easy and affordable solution, perfect for master bedrooms, kids' bedrooms or home offices.
If you have sliding doors, removing existing tracks isn't necessary if they aren't damaged. Simply install the curtains with tension rods or dowels in the tracks or on the wall. Custom cornice boards add an elegant touch in a bedroom. A vibrant color on the closet's back wall can also add to the decor.
Replace closet doors with curtains in children's rooms, offering easy access to the closet's contents without endangering little fingers. Add a chest of drawers with cubbies next to the hanging clothes for a cute design splash.
Choose curtains that are 75 per cent wider that the width of the closet doorframe. Need a quick, no-sew alternative? Attach flat sheets to curtain rings. So easy! So cute!
See also: Closet Planning Guide
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