Need a new closet door? Why not try to DIY one!? Get inspired with these DIY closet door ideas!
Have you ever gone to buy a new closet door and realized just about BORING all the options are? If you’re looking to get more creative with your closet door, you’re in luck! I’ve rounded up my favorite DIY closet door ideas.
You can absolutely build your closet door or give it a makeover. Don’t settle for boring! Make it fun, make it impactful, and make it YOURSELF!
Whether you need to completely build a new closet door from scratch or if you are looking for an inexpensive closet door idea for bi-fold closet doors (and sliding closet doors too!) – these ideas will inspire you!
Makeover any builder-grade or outdated flat panel closet door with wood planks. You'll want wood that is 1/4 of an inch thick and approximately 4 inches wide to make these beautiful chevron-patterned wood plank closet doors.
Plywood, MDF wood, or underlayment is the perfect choice for this project. Read more to learn how to frame out the door and complete this closet door makeover.
Say Buh-Bye to those outdated doors and replace them with craftsman-style bifold closet doors. These closet doors started as plain flat panel bifold doors, but with the addition of plywood strips and paint, they look amazing!
Plywood is a good choice when adding detail to your closet doors because it can be purchased just 1/4" thick and won't stick out very far on the door. Read more to find out how to do this DIY project yourself.
A pop of color in the bedroom is always a good idea and these french closet doors do just that! The semi-circles are made from 1/4" birch plywood and attached using wood glue and nails.
The mid-century modern style is fresh and fun and the long door handles really make these doors look high-end and sophisticated. The bright yellow color is a bold color for a bedroom, but I love it. Read more for the full tutorial.
Small closet door openings deserve love too. Make your own mirrored sliding closet door using tongue and groove planks and pine board. This is definitely not your outdated mirrored closet door!
No need for an expensive sliding door hardware kit, you can DIY that too! Wheels on the bottom of the door allow it to move back and forth easily. Read more to build your own and how to DIY that sliding closet door hardware.
Need to make closet doors on a budget? A really small budget? Then these bifold closet doors are for you! This DIY project can be done in a weekend and look at the style it will add to your room. You can have the wood cut at the home improvement store and be able to make these just using a drill.
I love how easy this project is and the boho look of the finished closet doors. Read more to make these budget-friendly closet doors yourself.
Add detail to flat panel sliding closet doors using trim. The trim on these closet doors is made to look like picture frame molding then fun pink peony decals are added. The molding can be added using construction adhesive.
Barn doors are great slim profile options for closet doors. They don't open out into the room (which makes them great for small bedrooms) and slide out of the way so you can see everything in your closet.
Buying one will set you back a pretty penny, but you can DIY your own for a fraction of the cost. Shiplap planks give this sliding barn door a modern farmhouse look and I love that green color! Read more to build your own.
A lot of people don't like mirrored closet doors, but let's face it, they do serve a purpose. You can check to make sure your outfit looks good before leaving the house, they add light to the room and will help a small room feel bigger.
So how do you bring them out of the 80's? Add a detail overlay in a fresh modern design! They are simply attached using strong glue. Read more to find out how to makeover your mirrored closet doors with an overlay.
Another great renter-friendly option is to makeover your closet doors. Grasscloth panels are added to these sliding closet doors to give them a whole new look. They are attached with 3M Command strips so they can easily be removed.
Add instant farmhouse charm to your room with these closet sliding barn doors. The curved window detail adds to the farmhouse look but doesn't let you see inside.
You get full access to the closet with two sliding doors that fit against the wall and slide completely away from the closet opening in either direction. Read more for the plans and tutorial to make these amazing closet doors.
If you have sliding closet doors, you aren't stuck with them and you don't have to replace them. You can convert them to hinged doors. Door hinges and ball catches make this project possible and will rid you of those sliding closet doors forever!
They look completely different with hinges. I love how fresh and modern these closet doors look.
Decorative trim will add personality and style to flat panel closet doors. Once caulked and painted, you can't tell that they weren't made this way. Be sure to test to make sure your bifold closet doors will open before permanently attaching them.
Paint them a bright fun color to add a pop to your room or paint them to match the decor for a totally different look.
Update gold mirrored closet doors with spray paint. You read that right and this closet door makeover was done without taking the doors down! That's brave, but it turned out and they look great painted black.
Read more to find out how to spray paint your closet doors right where they hang.