Updating mirrored sliding closet doors
Don’t hesitate to ask questions in the comment section.We still read and reply to comments even though this post is over a year old.I used only small amounts of glue because I didn’t want it to seep out. I had these on the doors in 30 minutes or less from start to finish.It’s been a few weeks now, and it’s holding up very well. Definitely tops my original idea of attempting to make this type of molding myself!But because this room only has one window, it was just way too dark to pull off black. This is not a sponsored post, all opinions are my own.I really loved the product and will definitely use it again.
Her room had existing basic mirrored sliding closet* doors, the kind you can find at any Home Depot or Lowe’s. I didn’t want to get rid of them, because they are functional and we all use them.
They are paintable and easily attach to furniture, mirrors, walls, and glass.
” Over on the My Overlays website, I noticed this style that I’ve always liked.
So I sent them an email a few months ago asking if they would like to work with me on transforming my mirrored closet doors. In the meantime, I saw these closet doors that you may remember from this post I wrote. I knew this was the look I wanted for my daughter’s closet.
So I decided that maybe I could make these myself with some trim.