Closet Doors Makeover

2 Materials
$60
5 Days
Medium

I recently painted my bedroom- including painting white the stained trim around the windows. The last step was to update our sliding closet doors. We gave them a whole new look.

closet doors makeover

This is what I started with. Update needed!

closet doors makeover

The first thing we did was my hubby took down the doors for me. I then removed the circular door handles.

closet doors makeover

Then I applied this wall covering primer to the doors.

closet doors makeover

This textured wall covering was purchased online from Bed, Bath and Beyond.

closet doors makeover

It was easy enough to apply. There is adhesive on the back, it needs to be activated with water.

closet doors makeover

I made sure to line up the sheets so as not to see the seam.

closet doors makeover

The wallpaper is paintable so I brightened it even more with some white paint.

closet doors makeover

Extra touches of detail with some decorative handles and hinges added for a “barn door” type look.

closet doors makeover

Here you can see the hinges. Looking good.

closet doors makeover

Our finished product! We actually added another set of hinges to the bottom for balance. It really brightens our bedroom! Hope you like it as well!

Suggested materials:

  • Sheildz wallpaper backing  (Ace hardware)
  • Walldocter textured wallpaper  (Bed Bath and Beyond)

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Have a question about this project?

1 question
  • O.shag
    on Apr 18, 2019

    Looks much better. Did you just paper over the hole where the original handles were?

    • Carol Cunningham
      on Apr 19, 2019

      A little bit. The second one came off a bit quicker. There are little nails holding the knob in (ar least mine were) so you need a way to pull them out :)

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