SF Good Questions: How Can I Camouflage My Mirrored Closet Doors?

SF Good Questions: How Can I Camouflage My Mirrored Closet Doors?

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leslie
Apr 23, 2008

AT:SF, Help! We are moving into a 1980s vintage condo that has mirrored sliding glass doors on the closets. I can live with the mirrors in the hallway, but I hate, hate, hate the mirrors across an entire bedroom wall (the closet is 94" wide)...

Do you have suggestions for camouflaging these hideous doors short of a very expensive replacement? I'd like to spend less than $250-$300 if possible. Thanks!

-Marceline

Marceline,

We sympathize -- we've lived in a couple of apartments with those awful doors. However, we didn't live in them long enough to actually get around to doing anything about them...

Recently, though, we saw a Small Space, Big Style episode where a renter had used spray frost on his doors, and they looked great.

Any other ideas, anyone?

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