The Mirror Door, a true concealment door, available in in-swing and out-swing doors, the mirror door range in size from a 24" door up to a 36" door and stands 76-1/4" tall.
The Mirror Door is a sleek way of concealing a room if you are looking for something other than a bookcase door. Some site modifications are needed if you intend to use the mirror door in an existing door opening.
-Available in most wood species except paint grade
-Sits above most baseboards
-Out-swing doors come with simple magnets catch
-In-swing doors come with a spring hinge
-Both Mirror Doors can be equipped with EML
-Mirror Doors come with safety backing
-Mirrors can be removed and replaced if necessary
-Also available in see-through mirror & cork board doors
-Out-swing doors come with specially designed hinges (not available for retail).
-Ships anywhere in the US & most of Canada
-Right / Left Hand Interchangeable
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Pass through clearance
Example: A 28" wide Mirror Door, not unlike standard doors, has a clearance of 28" from jamb to jamb. A 28" Mirror Door fits into a 30" opening. Note: it is suggested that
before carrying furniture or anything large through the opening to unbolt 4 bolts on the hinges (out-swing) and removing the mirror to prevent damage. Likewise on the
in-swing door's 3 hinge system.
Our mirror doors are designed for total obscurity. All other standard hidden doors have small "swing gaps" that allow the door to operate properly. Standard doors are more for utility then they are to hide a room. The exception to this is Hide-A-Way Door's Alpha Door & Mirror Door. Alpha Doors are only available in in-swings, mirror doors are both in and out swinging.
The mirror doors we sell require some minor site work to make them look as if they are nothing more than a mirror hanging on a wall. Our mirror doors fit any standard existing or newly constructed door opening; for standard
82" rough opening you will need to frame a small wall across the bottom of
your doorway not less than 74-1/2" between the header and the wall you build. You will need a minimum 2-7/8" of wall space above the baseboard trim to the top of your framing for the unit to fit.
Cork Board Door
Instead of mirror get your door with cork!
Great for movie posters, shopping lists but
even better for hiding a room!
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