Adding a full-length mirror to a closet door can increase the amount of natural light in a room and make the space feel larger, all while accentuating and complementing the rest of the décor in the room. In order to achieve maximum functionality with your mirrored closet doors, though, you will need to find a design that is the best fit for the type of doors you have, and the flow and layout of the room overall. Read on for a few ideas that will help you achieve the right look with your mirror closet doors in Santa Fe, NM.
No matter what type of mirror you select, there will be numerous framing options and techniques available to choose from. For a look that is full of character but is still understated, weathered wood, black steel or shiplap are good materials to consider for your mirror’s frame. Older mirrors that were purchased at a yard sale or received as a family heirloom can be framed with whitewash wood to emphasize the antique flair.
If the rest of your home embodies the industrial style and you want to stick with this theme, you can intentionally rust or weather a steel frame, and then add a clear coat on top to hold the rust in place. To accentuate the intricacy of the glass itself, you can always opt for a frameless design as well.
Barn-style mirrored doors
Once your mirror is framed, you will need to determine the best way to hang the mirror to maximize the style and functionality of your selection. If you are tapping into the weathered look, or live in a ranch-style home or farmhouse, you can capture the rustic ambience by using the barn-style design. You can either attach the mirror to the back of a barn-style door, or use barn door track hardware to bring this look to life. If you want to take this design to the next level, you can have a patina finish applied to your mirror.
To give your mirrors texture, you can also add a window grill. Window grills come in various designs and geometric patterns, and no matter what type of mirror you have, you can use a kit to customize the grill for your mirror. If you are already using grills on the windows in your home, you can add them on your mirrors as a way to tie your interior décor together.
Whether you know what type of mirror closet door style in Santa Fe, NM is best for you or you need a little more help exploring your options, make sure to give Santa Fe Glass & Mirror a call. With unique custom options in various lengths and styles, we are sure to have exactly what you need to elevate the look of any room, and our team of glass experts will make sure the entire installation process is seamless no matter what you choose. Give us a call today to learn more about the ways we can optimize and transform your closets.
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