Updating mirrored sliding closet doors
If you have doors that open outwards, you not only lose the space immediately in front of the wardrobe, but also the area behind where you stand.And it’s also pretty handy to have a full-length mirror in the bedroom.
Since then, Remodelaholic has become a great community and resource for all those wanting to know how to make their builder-grade home BEAUTIFUL on a budget!One of the, shall we say, special aspects of our master bedroom were the gold-framed, sliding, mirrored closet doors.I knew they had to go as part of the master bedroom revamp…or did they?They work in contemporary spaces but they also blend well with a more classic style.The fact that mirrored doors are sliding means they give you a lot more usable floor space.Working too fast or not paying attention can lead to breaking the mirrored glass.
Make sure you have the correct safety equipment and that you have a clear work area.
Before you lift out the doors, secure them to protect them from being damaged. Next, take some masking tape and tape the surface of the mirror.
This can be done by applying strips horizontally and vertically across the face of the mirror.
Plus, I like having full-length mirrors in the bedroom–useful for checking out sweet thrift store finds and, they make the room feel bigger. *High five* We practice radical insourcing for most things that other folks would pay someone to do. If you’d like the story from the beginning, check out our About page.
And good luck with the sliding closet door project!
I was smitten with the idea and kinda amazed it was doable!