Top 3 Closet Door Designs

Browse closet door options that add functionality and enhance design.
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Closet Doors for Every Design Style

Your closets deserve beautiful doors, too. Bi-fold and louvered doors are great options, saving space and allowing for air circulation. Photo courtesy of California Closets

Best Bets in the Bedroom

Bedroom closets generally have sliding doors or bi-fold doors, which take up less space since they don't open out. Photo courtesy of ClosetMaid

Doors for Your Foyer

Hall closets typically have a single door, but bi-folds are a good option, too, depending on the size of the closet and space around it. If you've got extra room, why not try a double door, for easier access to your coats and boots? Photo courtesy of California Closets

Repurpose for Style

Reuse vintage doors for a custom look. Design by Sarah Richardson

Sliding Doors Save Space

Sliding doors are an efficient way to save floor space and, if they're hung like barn doors (like the ones in the photo), they add architectural interest to the room. Photo courtesy of Rubbermaid

Bi-Fold Doors Offer Full Access

Bi-fold doors allow you to access your whole closet at once and save space by folding accordion-style instead of swinging out. Photo courtesy of ClosetMaid

Consider Louver Doors for Circulation

Louver doors have slats set in a frame running the length of the door. The louvers allow air to circulate into the closet, while obscuring the contents. Photo courtesy of ClosetMaid

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