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Make the most of your closet -- Replace Sliding Closet Doors with Standard…

Make the most of your closet space. Here's a tutorial on how to replace sliding closet doors with standard doors. This is a great idea if you need to store something wide in your closet or want to access more of your closet space.
  • Joy Bittle

    I hate sliding doors. They always fall off the hinges in my house. If we were staying here more permanently, I would replace them like this! Saving this info for the future: how to replace sliding closet doors with standard doors.

  • Amy Hall

    Another pinner: How to replace sliding closet doors with standard doors. I really, REALLY want to do this for our bedroom closets. The sliding doors fall off the tracks all the time (so annoying). Plus, we can't gain full access to the closets, and organization of the closets are also difficult for this same reason...a remodel will hopefully fix that problem.

  • Danielle DeBow O'Donnell

    DIY: How to Replace Sliding Closet Doors with Standard Doors - via Tater Tots and Jell-O

  • Mischelle Lindsay

    How To Replace Sliding Closet Doors with Standard Doors (tutorial)....for our master bedroom closets???

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How to replace sliding closet doors with standard doors...I really, REALLY want to do this for our bedroom closets. The sliding doors fall off the tracks all the time (so annoying). Plus, we can't gain full access to the closets, and organization of the closets are also difficult for this same reason...a remodel will hopefully fix that problem.

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Update Closet Doors - I have gold-trimmed, mirrored sliding closet doors with a decided 70's funk, which I absolutely *loathe.* My Dream Home will have a generous walk-in closet...someday. But until then, if I updated my mirrored nasties to something along THESE lines, I might be able to not only live with them, but actually *enjoy* them. Whoever would've thought it?

Bedroom closet/ very nice linen / storage for upstairs

Storage at the end of the laundry hall. Designing the bottom doors to look like drawers might give the impression of having more space. ?

Chalkboard paint on closet or sliding doors..brilliant!

I'm thinking hidden safe room... Or maybe just a safe hiding place for all of my shopping bags.

For linen closets, slide-out drawers are a great way to keep contents organized. You can buy drawers on sliders at most home improvement stores – think kitchen drawers that have the same concept. Then just add towels, blankets or whatever you plan to store there to the drawers and instead of having to rummage through them to find what you need, you can simply pull out the drawer for a clear look.