For the spacing in between each “box”, I wasn’t overly specific.
I just knew I wanted 4 different “boxes” on the door, so that’s what we went off. Because it’s thinner, it won’t stick up and out of the way too much when she slides the doors.
My daughters’ closet doors are where the “almost” comes in – they were flat paneled hollow doors that stuck out from the rest of the space like a sore thumb.
I didn’t think she’d have any long term issues with paint scraping, but just to be safe, we primed them…
Once the primer was dry, we began painting them the actual color, Onyx by Benjamin Moore, in a satin finish….
Apply the self-adhering strips to the perimeter of the mirror door. Use a framing square to ensure tight 90 degree angles where your veneer meets.
When my sister brought me on to the Topsail Beach condo renovation, she had a laundry list of DIY projects she wanted me to complete.
They needed something, be that completely replaced with something else, painted or modified. First, we removed the doors from the closet, and started framing them out.