Closet Door Makeovers That Look Like a Million Bucks

Closet Door Makeovers That Look Like a Million Bucks

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Dabney Frake
Sep 20, 2016
(Image credit: Domicile 37)

These closet makeovers look expensive and difficult to pull off, but are actually extremely easy. In addition to being gorgeous, most are also affordable, and super renter-friendly. Here are nine ways to get your storage style in line with the rest of your decor....

(Image credit: Room for Tuesday)

Above, this closet is a major improvement, both inside and out. Room for Tuesday both did a massive purge and re-organization effort, and then finished the space off with newly framed doors and agate pulls for added style.

(Image credit: Monica Wants It)

If you can believe it, these bi-fold closet doors were originally going to be grey. Luckily Monica ran out of paint while doing the project, and rethought things when she revisited them a second time around. This time they got a bright coral upgrade.

(Image credit: Driven By Decor)

This closet from Kris at Driven By Decor looks softer now that it has curtains instead of doors. She also revamped the inside with wallpaper and DIY lucite closet rods. The result is so glamorous!

(Image credit: DesignLoveFest)

Bri of DesignLoveFest worked with a contractor to replace her sliding IKEA doors with warm wood. She also added gold pulls.

(Image credit: A Beautiful Mess)

A set of louvered doors were swapped out by A Beautiful Mess and replaced with flat-front versions that were trimmed out and painted a fresh aqua color.

(Image credit: Rain on a Tin Roof)

Fake architectural features with tape and paint, like these graphic doors from Rain on a Tin Roof.

(Image credit: Bright Green Door)

Bright Green Door took his and hers louvered closet doors and reinforced them so they no longer folded in half. She covered the slats in faux shiplap panels, updated the hardware, and finally painted them a deep blue green.

More slatted doors from Domicile 37, who covered up the unwanted feature with some hardboard. Instead of taping off a design (which would pull off the base paint) she sketched and painted the molding freehand, giving the doors a very handmade and stylish look.

(Image credit: Design Sponge)

And last but not least, Design Sponge showed this look, which was created with O'verlays and grasscloth.

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