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Sliding Doors

Maximize space and boost your home’s look with sliding doors for any of your living spaces. A variety of uses and styles make these ideal for any size home or office.

Sliding Doors Considerations

First, consider where you’d like to install your sliding doors. Interior sliding doors are commonly placed in front of closets, but you can also use sliding doors as a room divider to improve privacy. Try using interior sliding doors to separate your home office from the living room or even your kitchen from the dining room.

Once you’ve settled on an area to add your sliding doors, measure the height and width of the door opening. This will help you decide how many panels you’ll need to appropriately cover your desired area.

Sliding Door Styles

Mirrored: Many closet sliding doors feature mirrors. Mirrored closet sliding doors are an ideal way to create the feeling of more light within your space, since they reflect all of the natural sunlight emitting through your windows. Mirrored closet sliding doors also eliminate the need to purchase a full-length mirror for your bedroom and can create the effect of a larger space.

Glass Panels: Several closet sliding doors come with glass panels. If you’re going for a contemporary look, consider closet sliding doors with frosted glass, which diffuses the light that passes through it. As a result, it blurs the objects on the other side, creating an aura of mystery. Ensure the glass in your closet sliding doors is tempered to reduce the risk of injury in case the door cracks or breaks.

Wood: For a more traditional look, consider wood sliding doors. These extremely durable sliding doors come in an array of styles, from painted MDF to unfinished cherry. They can be lightweight if you select a hollow-door construction.

Whether you’re limited on floor space or want to treat your room to a sleek, modern look, sliding doors are an ideal solution to satisfy your needs. To learn more information about other types of doors including bi-fold doors and accordion doors, check out our How to Buy Interior Doors guide.


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