Occasionally, with great closet design comes a need to “ditch the doors.”
Bifold and traditional, standard doors can be perfect in some situations. Other times, these doors can literally get in the way, and may even take up valuable storage space. Then there’s the kids’ rooms, where closet doors can be difficult to manipulate, fall off of tracks, pinch little fingers, and bump into other doors and furniture pieces in a room.
In these situations, it can be liberating to take off the doors and replace them with some simple closet curtains!
Closet curtains can be added in many ways. Decorative rods can be perfect for your room – just mount them high near the ceiling or closer to the top of the closet opening.