Note: We offer a bespoke custom made sliding wardrobe door service, however, this series of articles explains how to decorate wardrobe doors to cover them with the following: Painting wardrobe doors – how to paint wardrobe doors Wallpapering wardrobe doors – how to wallpaper wardrobe doors and how to remove wallpaper from wardrobe doors Creating fabric wardrobe doors – how to cover wardrobe doors with fabric Add Wall stickers or wall art decals to wardrobe doors Although we believe our range of wood effect panels, coloured panels, glass panels and mirrored panels will provide a wide enough range of wardrobe door choice to meet most customers’ requirements, once in a while we are asked whether our sliding wardrobe doors can be painted, wallpapered, or can have fabric or adhesive stickers and wall art decals applied to customise or update their wardrobe doors.
In this article we offer an insight into some of the possible 'design your own' options to cover sliding wardrobe doors.
Afterwards you can paint on the top coat of your choice.
MFC primers and MFC top coats are available at all good DIY stores and are relatively inexpensive and easy to apply.
These tips will get you started, but I encourage you to read and study further.
You can easily decorate wardrobe doors to create custom wardrobe doors exactly to your own wardrobe design.
If you want to achieve a perfectly flat gloss finish it may be worth talking to your local garage/car bodyshop to see if they can spray paint the doors for you and finish them with a lacquer top coat.Note: we can source wood effect panels and coloured panels from our suppliers Cronospan and Egger, so if you have a specific panel that you want to match with your room design please let us know the reference number and we will do our best to source it for you.Matte white wood panel doors, with some simple initial preparation, is the most cost-effective and best surface for painting wardrobe doors. Painting your wardrobe doors allows you to use your imagination and design skills to match your room design.Antiques will show evidence of use and normal wear and tear.Wood will also show signs of oxidation and patination with prolonged exposure to air and light. With a little preparation it is easy to decorate your wardrobe doors to your own design.We recommend that you follow the paint manufacturer’s guidelines when preparing and painting your sliding wardrobe doors but below we offer a general guide to achieve the best results for painting melamine wardrobe doors.3-Drawer Bedside 15 1/2" Wide x 22" High x 11" Depth. 3-Drawer Bedside 15 1/2" Wide x 22" High x 11" Depth. To determine age, consider the form and function, tool marks, construction techniques, and materials used in the furniture. Pit saws, used from roughly the 1600s to 1750, left irregular, slanted, deep rough marks.The doors are relatively simple to dis-assemble and put back together, however, we recommend reading the following article prior to dis-assembling your doors: How our sliding wardrobe doors are put together - coming soon.Please note: Wardrobe Doors Direct will not be held responsible for any damage or subsequent malfunction of the doors should you decide to take the doors apart.