how can I keep closed a closet door?
We are in the process of making a small closet door. It will be 30 inches wide, by 6+ ft, tall. and 1 1/2 inches thick. The door will be made of glued t&g australian cypress, one side going vertical, the other horizontal, hopefully this will limit warpage. The boards are already sealed.
We were thinking of putting a regular door handle on it but really do not need to be able to lock it. And we would rather not have to drill into the framing, we'd rather keep it simple. We made some cedar doors years ago for our kitchen closet, and were only concerned with keeping the doors closed. So we put some large, pretty brass pulls on them and then put those awful hydraulic closers that you see on screen doors. They have been a real pain in the neck, as they are hard to keep open and all we really wanted was something to keep the doors somewhat tightly closed.
What can we use? Are there any sort of magnets that are not hard to look at? Our last resort would be to put a conventional doorknob on the door but we'd rather go with something else if we could.