I built this from scratch, with simple tools and a special jig called the Kreg Jig. It is available at the big box home improvement stores. I will show you how to use this jig, although the instructions it comes with are very easy. Simple to use with a professional result.
Step 1: Step One: Plan It Out
You can make any pattern you want in the middle of your doors. I choose a pattern based upon the size of the "shoji screen" I had. You can use various items for this, but I choose Corrugated Plastic (the stuff plastic signs are made of) that I ordered online from a craft supply site. It's translucent but not enough to see your junk in your closet and it looks really cool with a light behind it.
Sliding door kit
Step 2: Step Two: Make the Frame
When you construct the frame, its best not to do it on the floor as I did. The reason is because the clamp will raise up the pieces when you drill them together and you will end up with a frame that is warped.
ALSO NOT PICTURED BUT VERY IMPORTANT!!! Square up your sides with a carpenter square and check it after you screw the pieces together to keep it square!!
Step 3: Step Three: Hang the Door
Measure and mark your holes and mount the rail.
I measured a set distance on the door frame on each end of the frame so the 2 hangers would be spaced evenly.
The kit also included a piece for the floor to keep the doors in line. So far I have not needed it but I recommend using double sided tape on your floor instead of drilling if you do use it in case you change your door in the future.
Step 4: Step Four: Adding the Middle Pieces
Remember to measure twice and cut once! Drill your jig holes into the middle pieces and attach them to the frame. I added the middle divider first then the shorter pieces to it second.
Step 5: Step Five: PAINT!
Step 6: Step Six: Add the Backing
I attached mine to the wood using small screws and washers. If you use the plastic like I did, make sure the screws are deep enough into the frame so when the plastic deflects you can't see it from the front of the door.
Step 7: Step Seven: ENJOY!
The total cost of this project, including buying the special jig, was right around $100. The corrugated plastic was the most expensive part, over $50 but I have enough left over to do another set of doors. I am also planning on using the same plastic in the master bathroom with wooden dowels securing it against the glass but that is another project.
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