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Help with ugly and annoying closet doors
becky2010
January 16, 2013 in Design Dilemma
We have three closets like this in our apartment, and I hate them. Not only do they not work because it's a tight space, but they are just ugly. Because the opening is so huge, I can't think of a low cost solution (curtains, etc). Does anyone have any ideas? Thank you!
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becky2010
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January 16, 2013 at 10:25am   
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sealedesign
Arg! I think as a minimum, I'd paint the bifold doors the same color as the wall and use a cream pull so it disappears. Where the phone is, I'd draw attention, maybe a fake hanging plant. Plain light switch plate, no phone, use cell or wireless. If you have to have the phone there, then it could be a work of art.
To balance out the door heights and make the eye look up to enlarge the space, I'd put scrolly things there or 3 small framed graphic pictures or signs like "life's a beach"
January 16, 2013 at 10:43am   
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