If you are looking for closet doors that would fit perfectly with the contemporary design of your room, consider mirror closet doors. There are several design ideas for such a door. You can opt for chrome-tinted mirrors to add classiness to your room or beveled edges to give your door a decorative touch.
One great advantage of this door type is it can double as a full-length dressing mirror. This means that you do not have to buy a separate mirror to hang on your wall or the back of your closet door. You get to provide cover to your wardrobe or linen closet while at the same time, use the space as your dressing area. Prices vary depending on your choice of hardware and finishes. Check out some offerings from different online retailers.
Series 2200 Heavy-Duty Steel Sliding Door with Mirror Laminate:
This door is constructed to withstand impact of constant use. The mirror is laminated on 24-gauge steel panel. You can install and adjust this closet door easily. Some of its standard features are nylon ball-bearing roller system for the bottom with 1-inch vertical adjustment, safety-backed mirror with 3.0mm thickness, polished chrome handle, mirror edging of polished chrome Mylar and top and bottom
SpaceSaver Overlay Closet Doors:
This door is a combination of various glass, with frame options in single or double swing design. You have the option to choose between a door set with decorative glass or mirrors or dressing mirrors attached to each door’s back side. It’s very easy to hang. Its overlay opening eliminates the need for a door jamb or a square cased opening.
Series 4400 Framed Bifold Mirror or Panel Door System:
The quality of this door system showed its engineering superiority, ensuring smooth, easy and quiet door movement and trouble-free operation for years. It incorporates Arcadia Industries’ FINELINE bifold system which it claims to have made this door one of the easiest to operate in the industry. You have an option for prefinished paneling for heavy-duty applications such as mirror inserts or children’s room. Because of this, the door system is ideal as replacement or optional upgrade programs. Some of the advantages of this door system are barely visible from mirror edges, easy resizing for non-standard openings and suited for commercial applications because of its strength and durability. Mirror panel dimensions are 1/8 inch, 5/32 inch or 3/16 inch thickness. Mirror panels for wardrobe closet applications are safety glazed.
Series 4550 Aluminum, Sliding Mirror Door System:
This door system brings a sleek design into your bedroom or any areas of your house, including pantry and laundry. It has superior performance and the superb anodized aluminum look. The available finishes are designed to match with window frames, interior trim, finish hardware and bathroom fixtures to enhance the modern look of a room. The anodized aluminum is made to last for a long-time, with no immediate possibility of becoming dull, chipping or peeling. The anodized finish options are bronze, satin, gold, golden bronze, bright silver and bright gold.
Series 4050 Steel Framed Sliding Mirror with Top Roller:
This door features top single wheel rollers designed for smooth, easy and quite operation. Other features are jump-proof snap-in bottom guides, out-of-square opening that is easy to adjust, bottom track designed to be low rise for reduced floor obstruction, prefinished top and bottom track to match the door and a 3.0mm and 4.0mm safety backed mirror. The stiles and rails are available in finishes of bright white, architectural brown, black, vanilla, arctic silver, bright gold and satin gold.