"hang on the inside of a closet door"


France - French
The other day I was trying to explain to a friend a little something and found myself quite embarrassed.

I was trying to describe a picture hang on a closet door (btw, is it "closet door" or "closet's door"?). The doors must be open so you can see the picture as it is hang on the inside of one of the closet doors.

What sounds the best to you?

1. "hang on the insde of a closet door"
2. "hang insde on of the closet doors"
3. "hang on one of the doors" (doesn't render the idea of "inside" to my taste)


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