Progress & Closet Doors

Oct 29, 2014

Progress comes in many different forms, shapes and sizes. Through the work we've completed on the house to date, and all the work still to come, I've realized that progress is achievement in and of itself. A project doesn't have to be 100% complete with everything finalized and in it's place for there to be a sense of accomplishment. And I say thank goodness for that!









































I've learned to make smaller goals and celebrate those achievements; making the work more fun and...keeping me from going insane!

This same philosophy can easily be applied to life. By setting smaller more achievable goals I'm more dedicated to getting things done and once I've completed something and give myself a pat on the back, I'm more eager to move onto the next small goal, knowing that there's an end in sight. Versus on the other hand, having long term, complicated goals which leave you feeling defeated and unaccomplished.

My wise words of wisdom for wednesday! (ha!)

Closet Doors

Onto the second part of this post...closet doors. Who would've thought that picking out closet doors could be such a challenge. I had no idea how many options there were! Bi-fold or sliding, mirror or solid, 2 panel, 4 panel, 5 panel - the choices are endless.

I like bi-fold doors because you are able to view the entire contents of the closet at once, with sliding doors you will always have one side hidden behind the doors. I'm not a huge fan of mirrors, so I think we can check that off the list of options. I want to go with something a little different and nothing that is too modern or too traditional.

I've narrowed my preference down to these three bi-fold closet doors.



Anyone have any experiences with bifold doors that might help me make my decision?
Which door do you like best? Can you recommend another style?

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