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Spiff Up Your Room With Mirrored Closet Doors

By Christian Suitt

If you are planning to update your bedroom, or any areas of your house such as pantry or laundry, mirrored closet doors should be on the top of your design ideas. When buying a mirrored door, make sure that you have a background on the different types of door open on the market and should consider what type would best compliment your room decor.

Safety and maintenance may be the factors that should be your prime consideration when buying a mirrored door. Make sure that you get the tempered material which is resistant to cracking or breaking. Prices for mirrored closet doors vary depending on the kind of mirrors and hardware used. Here are some offered by some online retailers.

Series 4900 Frameless Bi-Fold Mirror Door System:

This frameless bifold door system creates an uninterrupted mirror reflection and can double as a full-length mirror, giving you a full-length view when dressing up. The hardware is concealed creating a dramatic mirror look and casting shimmering reflections every time you available or close the door. You have the option to choose beveled edges for a more elegant look. This door takes advantage of the FINELINE system of Arcadia Industries, setting it apart from other mirrored closet doors available on the market today. The hardware is constructed to accommodate and carry the weight of mirrored panels, eliminating any binding or racking to give you a silky and fluid door movement.

Series 4100 Aluminum, Swing Mirror Door System:

This swing mirror door is a good replacement for traditional wooden doors. You can use this door in nearly all closets in your home, from wardrobe to linen. It visually expands the dimensions of your room and can double as a full-length mirror for dressing. This door is available in standard size which means that it can fit on non-standard openings because of its overlay feature, thus requiring no precise fit. Installing this door would give you labor and material savings because there is no door stop or casing needed. The installation could be done by one person only. The door could accommodate an opening width of 36 inches and is gold finished. Other features include pivots and nylon bushings, strike plate and magnetic catch.

Kestrel Mirror Closet Doors:

Just like other Kestrel mirrored doors, this door also incorporates LEED features. This means that the door is constructed with a combination of mirror or glass and wood, thus maximizing the green benefits. The quality of this mirrored door is evident on its premium solid hardwood frame and accurate tenon joinery. You also can choose removeable trim models which would allow you to switch between mirror inserts or glass. As an added offer, Kestrel doors can be customized to match any modern home interior. Style options include wooden, louvered, bypass and French.

Mirrored Sliding Closet Doors by Ramtrack:

This Ramtrack mirrored door has seamless edges to make your closet look like a wall with mirror. The effect can make your room look elegant and larger. The frame of this door is designed in such a way that the mirror is protected against breaking or cracking. You have 19 choices of frame finishes, including chrome, brass, white, ivory and gold. The door also features an anti-jump mechanism.

Mirrored Closet Door by Sliding Door Co.:

This door can be customized or you can choose from a wide selection or products from Sliding Door. Design options include a door with full-length mirrors from ceiling to floor or made with several panels that are framed with steel or wood with various finishes.

The author has written more about vintage french mirror here: vintage french mirror

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Suitt, Christian "Spiff Up Your Room With Mirrored Closet Doors." Spiff Up Your Room With Mirrored Closet Doors. 10 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 14 Oct 2015 <http://uberarticles.com/home-and-family/spiff-up-your-room-with-mirrored-closet-doors/>.

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