One of the first things I did when moving in was remove some HORRIBLE hanging, accordion closet doors in my master bedroom. Wasn't difficult... they were already 1/2 falling off! So, for the better part of a year and a half, this is how my closet presented itself to the world:
Other than being too busy with other projects, I really don't have a reason why I didn't just install new, sliding closet doors...
I was REALLY REALLY busy, ok?*
So, I had some extra window scarves that happened to match my bedspread perfectly. So, after hanging a $5 curtain rod,** VOILA!
It's a good, interim fix. The curtains are usually open, as life it just easier that way. But when company comes, I can close them for a more finished, (though not completely sealed off), look. Whatcha think?
(Oh, and YHL totally has curtain-closed-closets, too... but theirs were installed and make for something of a dramatic built-in-bed look! Check it out here)
*Yeah, I don't believe it, either.
**Ok, it wasn't nearly that easy or fast! It's an awkward angle, and you have to prop a flashlight up to see. And then I kept hitting something that was NOT drillable*** or hitting NOTHING which meant the screws didn't hold, but ya know what? NO ONE will see these itty bitty mistakes. So there.
***Why isn't "drillable" a word?