Once relegated to bedrooms, the versatility and creative use of sliding closet doors have found their way into many uses. Some include beautification of the exterior of homes, interior room dividers, decorative storage areas and even garages. The variety of finishes, colors and configurations of closet sliding doors makes them even more useful when you consider the finishes and materials that are available for nearly every application imaginable.
Glass is one of the most popular materials used today because of its availability, versatility, ease of use and cost. Simply panes of glass are often used as the sole material in some designs because it can be used safely and provides many of the aesthetic features that lend well to design.
Polyester design is almost the same as the paint. The difference between the two is that polyester is more expensive and there is more effort needed to attain the expected result of the design which is either matte or glossy finish. Aside from these, the polyester creates more solid output because it fills the holes on the door.