French closet doors can be installed in any part of your home, but they look divine especially in a woman’s closet. French doors are popular in creating an illusion of space. They allow plenty of ventilation into a room. They are called as such because they are popular in Paris and Rome. You can have the taste of French inside your room by using French doors for your closet. Here is how you should go about shopping for the perfect French door:
Before shopping for a French door, you need to find out the right measurements of your closet. Measure the height and width of the opening. Divide this by two to get the exact measurement for each door. Make sure that the door you will choose leaves enough space in front of the closet for you to stand on.
Once you have done the measuring, you are ready to pick the style and design of your French door. Most French doors are made of wood, but some manufacturers also have them in aluminum, fiberglass, and PVC. These materials offer different advantages so you need to know what you really want out of your closet door. French closet doors with wood frames are the most elegant but expensive. Metal frames are the most durable and affordable, but will most likely not look good in a woman’s closet. PVC and fiberglass frames are as durable and can imitate the look of a wood frame. If you want a unique-looking closet you should spend a little more time choosing designs and shapes for your French door.
French closet doors can be a single door that swings in and out or they can also be double doors that slide to the side of your bedroom door. Sliding French doors are perfect if your room does not have the luxury of space. French doors with glass panels let you see the contents of your closet from the opposite side. If you want a little privacy or you don’t want anyone to be able to see the stuff inside your closet, you should add a frosted glass to your door. A more practical option is a mirror which you can use when dressing up. It can also create an illusion of space for small rooms.
If you like the look of French doors but concerned about security, don’t use it as your main entrance door. Use this guide to find the French closet doors that fits your budget and design requirements.