Closet Bifold Door Makeover
Our master bedroom closet doors were an old oak stain wood and just all around cheap-looking. Last summer I painted all our trim white and for the last year I just kept the closet doors off. This year I decided it was time to revamp the doors and bring some classy style to my master bedroom space.
First I removed the closet doors and the hardware.
Then I used Frogtape to tape a geometric design on the doors and planned my wood strips. I wanted to give the doors modern style and make them look like paneling. I used 8' wood strips found in the trim department of my local home improvement store.
I cut them to size and attached them with wood glue and a brad nailer. Then I painted all the doors black and let it dry.
I replaced the door hardware with these classy glass knobs.
After hanging the doors, I love the way my master closet now looks! The wood strips give the doors dimension and style.
The new closet goes well with our white trim and black doors throughout the house. Plus, it matches the black dresser I redid with faux metal bar handles you can see above.
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