New York, New York (PressExposure) July 23, 2011 -- Depending upon the content in a closet, it can become very crucial that they have the necessary air circulation or ventilation.
For instance, shoe closets need to have this feature to make sure that the odor in there is kept down; pantries also require the same feature to make sure that the vegetables are kept fresh.
This can be achieved by installing closet Louvered Doors as they make the circulation possible due to their intrinsic design which allows them to let air flow through the louvers.
There are several styles of these closet doors which include plantation, saloon and café. The plantation ones are best for all closets in the house as they can be used from the top of the door right to the floor. Then there are the café doors which are best used for laundry doors or between kitchen and dining room as they can only be of a two feet length. The saloon types are also shorter but have a western look to them.
The most commonly used element to make these doors is wood. Even in this, the pinewood is the one that is most chosen for making doors because of its resistance to the infestation of bugs and because it's hardwood. It is possible to purchase unfinished pine doors and then paint or stain them so that they can easily match the décor of the house. Although one can go for other wood forms such as mahogany, cherry and oak, purchasing of unfinished ones allows the user to later stain them with mahogany, cherry or oak stains. This would provide the strength of the pine while the color and look of the other wood options.
The prices of these closet Louvered Doors can depend on the material used to design it, its size and the fact that whether they are unfinished or finished. As it is obvious, the price range for unfinished closet doors is a lot cheaper as compared to the finished doors. The price can further increase if you are thinking of including slide doors into them. However, the problem might come when only one side is the sliding one.