What can i do with these doors?

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In all my bedrooms i have these ugly floor to ceiling closet doors. I need to change them or do something different inthe master bedroom. In my craft room i made dry erase boards out of them. But in my master i feel liike i can't get to everything in there. Please help me with sone ideas. I didn't realize how much i would hate them when i moved in a year ago.
q what can i do with these doors
q what can i do with these doors
q what can i do with these doors
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  • Holly Kinchlea-Brown Holly Kinchlea-Brown on Jan 24, 2018
    i would either trim them to look like panelled doors or find w wall paper that you like and paper them to match your decor

  • Joe32032080 Joe32032080 on Jan 24, 2018
    You could always remove the door, put in a shower curtain rod and add decorative drapes. Access problem solved!

  • Wendy Morrow Duke Wendy Morrow Duke on Jan 24, 2018
    I took mine off completely because we could only see half of the closet at a time, and they made so much noise in the morning when everybody's still asleep! I replaced them with curtains that I hung from a shower curtain rod. Then I used the doors and used them to make a counter / desk top for my home office! Good luck!

  • Rut29385590 Rut29385590 on Jan 24, 2018
    we replaced them with sliding mirror doors, made the room look twice as big

  • Susan Cole Susan Cole on Jan 24, 2018
    BIU 😊

  • O.shag O.shag on Jan 25, 2018
    You could add trim molding for architectural interest. There's some beautiful wallpaper out there. Even peel and stick paper in case you might feel like a change in a year or two. I'm thinking of covering mine in a birch tree design. If you do curtains they should be long enough to fully hide the contents of the closet and of course the rod should be secure. It would be a real pain if the rod kept falling or if the curtain didn't slide easily.

  • Sharon Sharon on Jan 25, 2018
    I had those doors once in the 80s, I used fabric and liquid starch on them. Actually got a great set of printed sheets and applied the fabric with liquid starch and a paint roller... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rw9fuYVl9S8
    You could also do lace on those with the starch that would be pretty.

  • Kkr Kkr on Jan 27, 2018
    We have sliding doors like this in our master bedroom, but a previous owner replaced them with huge mirror doors. They make the room look much larger & is so helpful when getting dressed!