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DIY Fabric Closet Doors

Blossom Lady
Mar 01, 2021 07:21 AM

One of the easiest ways to spark up your bedroom decor without painting the walls or replacing your furniture is to dress up your closet doors. Why have plain white doors when there are so many DIY ways to add color, pattern, or function without spending a bundle? Whether you want to have some fun in your kid's room or add a bit of whimsy to your own bedroom, you’re sure to find inspiration in this creative customization!

Cursed with old, builder-grade closet doors? Who said that closet doors have to be solid wood? If you have limited room or you prefer something soft, textural, upgrade them with fabric! Try this surprisingly easy hack to give them a bespoke look with just a few yards of fabric and a staple gun. A little fabric and some new hardware are all you need. The great thing about upholstery? There are near infinite options of fabric to choose from. You may select the same fabric as our drapery panels in this bedroom for an elegant and sophisticated look. Using the same nubby linen fabric for soft goods like draperies and then repeating it on upholstery can give a room a cohesive, cozy and elevated vibe.


  • Fabric
  • Adhesive
  • Staples
  • A staple gun
DIY Fabric Closet Doors
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