What can I use instead of a closet door? 

11 Closet Door Alternatives and Their Pros and Cons
  • Accordion closet doors.
  • Barn door.
  • Beads.
  • Bookcase closet door.
  • Curtains.
  • French closet door.
  • Louver door.
  • Macrame.

Is it weird to have a closet without doors? No building code dictates that closet doors are necessary. Even home design has, increasingly, grown to include closets without doors as perfectly normal. It’s, of course, a matter of preference and taste, like any other home decor – but many homes are featuring closets that have no doors.

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How do you hide closet doors? There are several ways to conceal a closet door. The simplest way is to obscure it with a mirror, drapes, or even a bookshelf. If you want to open your room up a little, remove the door completely and turn the closet into an office space, recessed bookshelf, or open storage area.


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What can I use instead of a closet door? – Additional Questions

How do you make an open closet look good?

Use decorative storage bins and baskets to keep smaller items like socks neatly organized. Look for stackable or freestanding closet drawers: These are a great addition to small whole closet systems or areas outfitted with a hanging bar and shelving.

What is a bypass closet door?

Bypass closet doors are two sliding panels that cover storage or utility openings. They move in tracks installed in a door frame on clothes, hall or linen closets as well as small laundry room or water heater and furnace spaces.

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What are pocket sliding doors?

A pocket door is a sliding door that disappears nearly completely when fully opened. Either into a cavity in the adjacent wall or over the external face of the building. Pocket doors are a fast growing trend.

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Do bypass doors need to overlap?

The combined width of the doors should equal the width of the opening plus at least 1 inch. This provides ½ inch of overlap between the two doors when they are closed. Some minor variations exist among bypass door kits from different manufacturers, but they are all easy to install.

What is the rough opening for bypass doors?

For two 32-inch doors, the opening should be 63 inches, to allow for a l-inch overlap.

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How do you install French closet doors?

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How do you hang a French door in an existing frame?

How much does it cost to install French doors in a wall?

French Door Installation Cost by Location
Installation Average Costs (Installed)
Interior $750 – $1,100
Existing Doorway $750 – $4,500
Exterior $1,250 – $4,500
Brick Wall $2,500 – $6,000
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Do both doors open on French doors?

French doors offer a seamless connection between indoor and outdoor living spaces. Both doors swing open at its fullest.

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What is a Pairmaker?

A pair maker is a timber moulding that is fixed to the edge of one door, eliminating the gap that is present with square meeting stiles. An alternative option to rebating and JB Kind offer a purpose made, slim fitting pair maker for this purpose, please ask us for more information.

What is an Unrebated door?

A rebated door pair is where you have two single doors that have had the lip removed from the edges of the door. So where you’d normally see a gap between a pair of doors, removing the lip allows these doors to interlock instead.

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