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Bathroom closet door ideas

IG 77
January 29, 2018
I recently got the floor done in the bathroom replacing vinyl with tile. Since then the closet door that would fit earlier no longer fits. I didn't pay much attention to it until now. We've moved to a different house and plan on renting and I imagine that the tenant would not like to have everything in plain sight. It appears that when the tile was put in, it raised the floor and a standard bifold no longer fits.

What are some of the quick and easy options to solve this issue? I've attached the picture of the closet

Comments (6)

  • Diane R
    If the door is to tall it should be able to be trimmed down enough to once again fit.
  • IG 77
    Unfortunately the door I have is a metal door.
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    Patricia Colwell Consulting

    Is this just a linen closet, I would just put some nice shelves in there and stack towels, nice bottles of soap, shampoo etc and leave it open it looks like a tiny bathroom whay add any door at all.

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    Sina Sadeddin Architectural Design

    Since this is just a linen closet, like Patricia said you don't need a door. You could however swap out those cheat shelves for something a little more sturdy and nice looking since it will be open.

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    New England Design & Construction


    Somerville Addition · More Info

    Replace the shelves with something that is a little nicer, and just leave it open. Here's an example!

  • IG 77
    Thanks for the response. What do you all think about covering it with a curtain? Would that look nice?

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