door to closetSliding closet doors come with many benefits one being that you can choose from a variety of different designs. If you hate conflict and want to avoid it all cost then consider choosing sliding closet doors, wood and glass sliding closet doors that are going to compliment your area. Choosing a finish that matches the hardware of the room you are designing will go beyond a typical bedroom project and become a personal expression of your own unique personality traits.

Choosing your Design

There is an almost endless array of choices for designing your sliding closet doors. the following options are the most widely used when selecting a frame design:

  1. Solo
  2. Trio
  3. Quattro
  4. Pentagon
  5. Tokyo
  6. Duo-T
  7. Continental

We recommend consulting a professional (see Sliding & Glass Doors Culver City) for detailed suggestions, but here are some general  options. The panels come in a different number of sections from a single solo all the way to the Tokyo which offers 6 horizontally paneled design. Once you have your decor all picked out you’re ready to select your frames finish, to align perfectly for a very matched look. There are many different frame finishes to choose from for all your sliding closet doors, wood and glass sliding closet doors such as: silver, walnut, wenge, black, charcoal, and white. Choosing a glass option that works for you will depend among other things on your need for privacy. You can choose from such popular glass door types like:

  1. Smoked milky
  2. Deluxe milky
  3. Milky
  4. Opaque Laminated
  5. Frosted
  6. Linen
  7. Combo Glass

Additional Accessories

Of course, you can always opt for clear glass or even smoked clear glass, but it’s all up to your personal taste in style. Latches and accessories like special pulls with different style handles (from long and stationary to lever sets,) will allow you to take customization to the next level. If you do end up putting a sliding glass door near a patio or outside area, make sure you secure the door with a door stopper to add an additional layer of security to the locks that comes with them.