15 Stylish Closet Door Ideas

With sliding, pocket and bi-fold styles — just to name a few — the choices for closet doors are more versatile than ever. Which one is the right choice for your space?
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Industrial Chic

Siding closet doors are an excellent choice for small spaces since they take up minimal space. In this masculine bedroom, a metal sliding door adds a cool, contemporary look.

Softer Side

For a softer vibe, cool gray wooden doors offer the convenience of sliding doors while adding a trendy barn-door feel to this serene space. Consider painting your doors in your favorite hue to add a wow factor that will brighten your day.

Space Saver

An alternative to the trendy sliding door is the classic pocket door. Here, a glass pocket door makes great use of space and looks fresh and modern in this well-appointed bedroom.

Curtain Call

A simple white curtain hung high and wide adds to the pared-down, natural look of this sweet bedroom designed by House Tweaking. A curtain is a great way to hide a cluttered closet or even add an extra bit of space.

Back to Basics

Bi-fold doors are not most people’s first choice as they are often seen as dated and only one step above the dreaded accordion door. However, these simple doors are both affordable and great for saving space. Plus, painted white and surrounded by a lovely floral print, the doors in this adorable dressing space look anything but dated.

Mirror Image

As if a wall of closets wasn’t good enough, these gorgeous bi-fold closet doors each feature a large mirror to provide the perfect dressing room within the bedroom. The mirrors are also fantastic for reflecting light, making the entire room feel larger.

From: Emma Jane Pilkington

Minimalist Asian Design

Wood and white paneled doors evoke the look of Japanese shoji screens in this calming, low-maintenance bedroom. This look corresponds beautifully with Asian decor as well as other minimalist, natural furnishings.

Cute and Convenient

A great space saver, the doors in this stylish bedroom slide from side to side, only exposing the section of closet that is needed at the time. Frosted doors with a hint of blue coordinate with the room’s soft, calming atmosphere.

Sophisticated Squares

Doors covered in patterned squares create a sophisticated feel for this gorgeous metallic closet. The bronze color choice is bold and reflective, adding depth and a touch of glamour to the space.

Cabin Fever

Though this adorable setup does not do much in the way of hiding a mess, a single curtain tied back and hung on a long oar looks absolutely adorable in this cabin bedroom. Note: A tidy closet is a must for this cute setup.

Rainbow Bright

Simple white doors are taken to the next level with vibrant colors in this contemporary space. Blue bedding and an interesting red rug tie the look together, while Lucite chairs and a neutral color palette throughout let the accent colors shine.

Welcoming Entrance

A pair of frosted glass doors provide a dramatic entrance to this glitzy walk-in closet. When closed, the frosted doors keep your belongings discreet while still allowing plenty of light to pass through.

Play With Pattern

Subtle pattern adds depth and texture to this ultra-feminine space. A metallic sheen on the closet doors reflects light and boasts a glamorous feel in this chic bedroom.

From: Younique Designs

Clutter Cover

Great for a kid’s bedroom, patterned curtains can easily hide a mess. They are so simple to swap out, the look can change along with your child’s taste.

Creative Control

The closet door is a great place to have some fun and experiment with pattern and even art. Oversized flowers create a whimsical look in this neutral space. Since the closet door is a great canvas for making a statement, don’t be afraid to experiment with bold geometrics, classic stripes or your favorite pattern of the moment.