Sliding door shutters are hidden when not in use, as they slip into the wall. Glass sliders are common in luxurious bathrooms, where they can provide additional light and air to create a spa environment. The challenge with pocket doors is to use interior that will not affect the door’s function. The glass sliders present a privacy challenge that will affect your decorate choices. You can convert a pair of doors to the controls or buy new doors at most construction stores. Obtain a door pair, based on the size of the door, and includes a sliding door kit with rollers, guides and roller coaster.
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Paint the sliding door shutters to help achieve the appearance you want in the overall room. Paint the bathroom and the inside of the door all a color to create the look of a cohesive space. If you prefer, paint the door and trim paint and the walls differently. Before painting the door, take a closer look inside the wall pocket. Too many layers of paint can make open and close the door difficult or cause scratches. Hang a towel bar for each regular bathroom user and one for guests. Because sliding door shutters cannot have hooks to hang clothes or other clothes, you might want to put hooks elsewhere in the bathroom.
Hang a full-length mirror on a bathroom wall. This will help make the space feel open. Provide adequate lighting. Together with lamps on both sides of vanity mirror and a long fixture above the mirror, consider recessed lighting with a dimmer function in the ceiling. The light control feature allows you to set the mood when you want a long, comfortable bath. Install glass shelves to create a light, airy feel while adding a little glitter.
Place a sturdy wooden folding screen in front of sliding door shutters, about 1 foot inside the door, if you have space. The screen will provide privacy while the light enters the room. Decorate your screen with over-the-door-style towel bars and robe hooks to keep these items on hand. Apply frosted contact paper to the bottom 6 meters of your sliding door shutters to maintain integrity while maximizing light. Paint your bathroom in bright, soft colors, such as white, sky blue or sage green. This allows you to make the most of the natural light from your slider. Hang colored or colored glass decorations throughout your bathroom to collect and break the natural light. Install crane handle, bath handle and shower cranes with crystal buds, if it’s your style, for the same purpose.