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Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary medium tone wood floor and brown floor hallway remodel in Dallas with blue walls

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Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary medium tone wood floor and brown floor hallway remodel in Dallas with blue walls —  Houzz

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Brandi Heilmann wrote:April 29, 2012
Where did you find these closet doors?

frankiejack wrote:November 6, 2012
  • frankiejack
    Hi Houzz, you may well have solved my problem, having different sized doors.

    Thankyou
  • Susan Waibel

    Where would someone get custom mirrors to make this? We have very similar bifolds in our new master that could use something like this. They look great!

braeissi wrote:April 19, 2013
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    Modern Craft Construction, LLC
    Hello - Thanks for your inquiry on these doors. Unfortunately we built these doors custom on the job site. We would not be able to reproduce these door and ship them out as we are not actually a door manufacturer. One can find a very similar door made by the Masonite door company. Thanks again for your interest.
braeissi wrote:May 7, 2013
  • PRO
    Modern Craft Construction, LLC
    Hello - Thanks for your inquiry on these doors. Unfortunately we built these doors custom on the job site. We would not be able to reproduce these doors and ship them out as we are not actually a door manufacturer. One can find a very similar door made by the Masonite door company. Thanks again for your interest.
ipinternational2003 wrote:October 12, 2013
do you have the same doors in mahogany finish 36 inches?

- do you have the same doors in mahogany finish 36 inches?

  • PRO
    Modern Craft Construction, LLC
    We actually custom built these doors for this specific job. I am confident you could find a local craftsman to replicate these doors in your specific size and species. I do know the Masonite door company has recently started building a door blank that can be used to replicate this look as well but I believe it only comes in a paint grade finish. Please do not hesitate to write should you have any further questions. Have a great day!!
charley17 wrote:January 27, 2014
Where is the hardware from on these doors?

jbekkedahl wrote:March 4, 2014
Wall color and brand please...

  • PRO
    Modern Craft Construction, LLC
    Hello - My client had this paint custom blended at
    Sherwin Williams. Unfortunately there is not a paint code associated with this color. I am sorry I could not be of further assistance.
  • J Chou

    You may try Dove Grey by Benjamin Moore

joygess wrote:April 4, 2014
How are mirrors mounted?

  • PRO
    Modern Craft Construction, LLC
    Yes they are solid core Masonite doors in which we applied a 3" wide by 1/2 thick picture frame to create the look of a shaker panel. Please let me know if you have any further questions..
  • lenachristina

    I love how these look. What do you mean by picture frame? Is there something set around the mirrors? Roughly how much would it cost to add mirrors like this to existing closet bi-fold doors? I love mirror bifolds and someone suggested to me having mirrors placed on the existing doors rather than replacing the bifold doors themselves.

rlrny wrote:August 12, 2014
Where do I purchase the hardware for installation for these Bi Folds

  • PRO
    Modern Craft Construction, LLC
    Yes they are hung like a traditional Bi fold system. The picture appears as if they doors are on a track; However, the doosr open fully and collapse back against the wall.
  • oanika

    I am desperately trying to get this look in my basement. I had the door jam built and a track installed. However, when I gave the contractor the mirrors, he said they would be too heavy for the doors to hold. Is this because he did not hinge the doors on the sides like you did above? If I purchased hinges and removed the upper track and replaced it with a ball catch like you did, will that stabilize the doors better?

    Finally, because of the unlevel ceiling and floor in the basement, one of the bi-fold doors has a slightly larger gap at the top. Any suggestions on how to make that "appear" to be more even? I know this is a lot, but anything you can offer would be helpful.

lizfo wrote:December 28, 2016
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    Modern Craft Construction, LLC

    Hello! We actually custom built these doors for this specific job. I am confident you could find a local craftsman to replicate these doors in your specific size and species. I do know the Masonite door company has recently started building a door blank that can be used to replicate this look. The door blanks could be purchased and mirrors cut and glued into the flat opening. Please do not hesitate to write should you have any further questions. Have a great day!!

  • Elizabeth Barnette

    Hello, What a great look and I have just the place for these; however, I have had such bad luck with Bi-fold doors in the past. Do you have any suggestions for a pair that really work? Has the construction improved on them? Thank you

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