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Bathroom Pocket Doors

Bathroom Pocket Doors

Eclectic Bathroom with Pocket Door Eclectic Bathroom with Pocket Door This sleek bathroom combines neutral colors and creates a beautiful space. The patterned tile gives the room an elegant feel and makes the space look sleek and stylish. Covered Brick Patio With Pocket Doors Covered Brick Patio With Pocket Doors A new covered patio was added adjacent to the pool. French pocket doors open the patio to the pool bathroom for easy back and forth. Pocket Door Between Kitchen and Bathroom Pocket Door Between Kitchen and Bathroom For a small house, a pocket door is a useful way to separate rooms without requiring the floor space of a door that swings outward. White Transitional Kitchen With Pocket Door White Transitional Kitchen With Pocket Door Craftsman details on the cabinets, windows and doors blend with other classic elements in this light-filled California kitchen. A Viking range and other stainless steel appliances add to the room’s streamlined look, while a pocket door eliminates wasted space allowing a breakfast nook table to sit adjacent to the kitchen. Contemporary Foyer With Pocket Door Contemporary Foyer With Pocket Door A frosted glass pocket door separates the small foyer of this loft from the great room. Prized art sits on display in a contemporary wooden case with a mirrored back. Pocket Door Into Small Yet Bright Bathroom Pocket Door Into Small Yet Bright Bathroom A pocket door offers a space-conscious, seamless transition into the bathroom. Black flooring outside the bathroom creates a bold contrast against the white walls. Moving into the bathroom, tile flooring complements the neutral stripes at the bottom of the shower curtain. An African basket provides stylish laundry storage, and open shelves save space while keeping things organized. Globe Display Wall With Pocket Door Globe Display Wall With Pocket Door Dark-stained molding and door casing frame the clever pocket doorway. Rich orange walls have an almost velvety look. The shelving was configured to extend above the double doors and provide perfect display space for a collection of vintage globes. Elegant, Eclectic Master Bathroom With Pocket Doors Elegant, Eclectic Master Bathroom With Pocket Doors Because of their ability to add drama and make the best use of space, Designer Joni Spear decided to use pocket doors in this relaxing bathroom. Master Bedroom With Glass Pocket Doors Master Bedroom With Glass Pocket Doors Glass pocket doors in the bedroom create an inviting entry into the spa-inspired bathroom as seen on HGTV’s Brother Vs. Brother. Master Bedroom with Custom Pocket Doors Master Bedroom with Custom Pocket Doors Wood paneled walls and warm hardwood floors create a luxurious entrance to the master retreat. The bedroom pocket doors were custom designed to maximize space in the hallway and bedroom. Dark Blue Apartment Bedroom With Pocket Doors Dark Blue Apartment Bedroom With Pocket Doors The walls and ceiling of this small apartment bedroom were painted a deep peacock blue, which blurs the lines of the space to make it appear larger. The pocket doors separating the living room and bedroom were painted a high-gloss deep blue to add shine and architectural interest to the transitional space. Long Mudroom With Turquoise Pocket Door and Patterned Rug Long Mudroom With Turquoise Pocket Door and Patterned Rug This long, contemporary mudroom features floor-to-ceiling lockers, a wooden floating bench, a turquoise pocket door, and a patterned area rug laid over a slate tile floor. Pocket Door to Commode in Contemporary Master Bathroom Pocket Door to Commode in Contemporary Master Bathroom In this airy master bathroom in the HGTV Dream Home 2014, a separate room for the commode offers privacy. A pocket door is the perfect type door to keep the space feeling open. Arched Pocket Door in French Country Dining Room Arched Pocket Door in French Country Dining Room Arched glass pocket doors open off the main hall into this warmly lit dining room. The walls were given a dull glaze while the ceiling is highlighted with a pale powder gloss. A collection of antique creamware plates carry out the French country theme. Vintage-looking Powder Room with Pocket Door Vintage-looking Powder Room with Pocket Door Usher an heirloom into the 21st century by turning it into a vanity. The wash basin belonged to the homeowner’s parents, so New River Building Co. fitted it with a vessel sink to turn it into a wash station flowing with character. Neutral Living Room With Drum Pendant and Pocket Doors Neutral Living Room With Drum Pendant and Pocket Doors A pocket-door entryway opens up into this chic contemporary living room featuring a brown-and-white cowhide chair, white sofa and beige area rug. A large drum pendant light completes the look. Contemporary Bathroom With Freestanding Tub and Shoji-Style Pocket Doors Contemporary Bathroom With Freestanding Tub and Shoji-Style Pocket Doors A freestanding chromatherapy air tub with a ceiling-mounted tub filler is the focal point of this spa-like bathroom. Shoji-style pocket doors with white laminated glass allow natural light to enter the room, while heavily customized vanities are designed to keep clutter off the countertops. Decorative Wood Sideboard With Pocket Doors and Quartzite Sheet Art Decorative Wood Sideboard With Pocket Doors and Quartzite Sheet Art A sideboard, inspired by a buffet shown at the renowned 1928 Paris Exhibition, serves as the perfect bar. With pocket doors and a lighted interior, the cabinet is finished in Jupiter walnut, maple, copper gold and mother of pearl detailing. A large quartzite panel mounted above is the perfect decoration to finish the look.
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Bathroom Pocket Doors

Pocket Door Into Small Yet Bright Bathroom A pocket door offers a space-conscious, seamless transition into the bathroom. Black flooring outside the bathroom creates a bold contrast against the white walls. Moving into the bathroom, tile flooring complements the neutral stripes at the bottom of the shower curtain. An African basket provides stylish laundry storage, and open shelves save space while keeping things organized.
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Bathroom Pocket Doors

Decorative Wood Sideboard With Pocket Doors and Quartzite Sheet Art A sideboard, inspired by a buffet shown at the renowned 1928 Paris Exhibition, serves as the perfect bar. With pocket doors and a lighted interior, the cabinet is finished in Jupiter walnut, maple, copper gold and mother of pearl detailing. A large quartzite panel mounted above is the perfect decoration to finish the look.
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Bathroom Pocket Doors

Before we get into pocket door installation, it’s important to understand the function and design of this door type. A pocket door slides into a metal and wood cage that is installed as the walls are framed. In some older homes, a sliding pocket door was used to create privacy and separate a living room from a parlor or dining room. The door disappeared into the wall when it wasn’t being used, but was convenient to pull out when needed.
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Bathroom Pocket Doors

Before you begin installing your pocket door, read the directions for the pocket door kit you’re installing to get an overview of the process and what’s involved. All pocket door systems are installed in basically the same way, but the manufacturer’s directions should give you the best advice for installing that particular product.
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Bathroom Pocket Doors

White Transitional Kitchen With Pocket Door Craftsman details on the cabinets, windows and doors blend with other classic elements in this light-filled California kitchen. A Viking range and other stainless steel appliances add to the room’s streamlined look, while a pocket door eliminates wasted space allowing a breakfast nook table to sit adjacent to the kitchen.
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Bathroom Pocket Doors

A pocket door offers a space-conscious, seamless transition into the bathroom. Black flooring outside the bathroom creates a bold contrast against the white walls. Moving into the bathroom, tile flooring complements the neutral stripes at the bottom of the shower curtain. An African basket provides stylish laundry storage, and open shelves save space while keeping things organized.
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Bathroom Pocket Doors

The clever design of a pocket door continues to be a space-saving solution in today’s homes, especially in a small bathroom where a hinged door swing takes up too much floor place. The framing hardware within the cavity of the wall allows the door to slide in and out of the wall, a solution in a room where floor or wall space is at a premium. Now, let’s dive into the required materials required (kits recommended) and the list of steps on how to install a pocket door.
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What you use will be entirely dependent on the overall design of your home and the visual effect you’re looking for. Lastly, doors such as the ones shown here don’t have to be custom made. There are many manufacturers that can produce doors to your specifications, easily ordered from almost any lumber store. Give your doors some consideration. You’ll be glad you did. More: How to Upgrade Your House With New Interior Doors.
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The 2,629-square-foot, 10-room Queen Anne Victorian at 1 Meredith Street in West Roxbury dates from 1900, and there are certainly touches to prove it. Take the pocket doors and the fireplace; and the pink bathroom upstairs (though that probably came later in the 20th century as did some of the wallpaper). Still, because of these throwbacks and in spite of them, the place looks simply delectable. The 10 rooms include the potential for six bedrooms. All yours for $899,900 through Andrea McCarthy.

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