Mirrored closet doors not only maximize mirror area, they can make a small room look bigger. They are available in hinged doors, sliding doors or bifold panels.
Sliding doors can be installed with 2, 3 or 4 doors that can cover an opening of up to 16 feet. Double or even triple rows of track can create a mirrored closet door system that allows maximum access to your closet.
Hinged doors are available with removable trim so that you can insert mirrors in a variety of sizes. Create a frame for mirrors with decorative trim – but be careful that the door frame and hardware are sturdy enough for the weight and that the mirror is secured carefully.
Bifold closet doors and sliding mirrored doors are available in a wide array of sizes with a large selection of sizes and colors or styles of mirrors. Beveled, frosted glass, opaque, milky or colored glass panels are available as well as one-way and two-sided mirrors. When adding mirrors to existing doors it is important to evaluate whether the door hardware needs to be reinforced to accommodate the weight of the glass.
Or if you want to hide mirrors, try curtains and fabric treatments to get a new look without the expense of remodeling. An opaque finish can turn them into attractive Japanese-style screens.
See also: Closet Planning Guide
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