If your home doesn’t have a lot of extra spaces, the whimsy built of pocket doors might be a great option. Coming with a sliding frame and a disappearing effect when completely closed, you don’t require the space for a swinging hinge.
This pocket door showcases a contemporary vibe with its chic and industrial design to it. It would be perfect as a room divider between a master bedroom and bathroom. It’s a light and modern addition to your small space.
This black framed pocket door was designed by Walking on Wood. It’s gorgeous and aesthetic for studio spaces and modern homes.
Pocket doors can be converted to a chic closet like this. It’s a perfect idea if your bedroom doesn’t have enough space to have traditional doors.
Although it has a disappearing effect, you can still tell that the pocket door is there depending on the route or style you take. Let’s take this wooden pocket door as an example. The contrasting look from the wood grain and the white walls help you to tell where the door is.
Remodelaholic designed this sliding pocket door. It’s a piece of work that is suitable for homes that don’t have a lot of openness. Use this in a space where you need privacy like bathroom and it won’t take up the space at all.
This ‘hidden’ pocket door is more minimalist in design, perfectly ideal if you prefer a minimalist style. While it’s clean and anti-fuss, the pocket door still looks chic.
These awesome home office doors are more grandiose vision and sturdier in design. They have rich hardware and wooden foundation, adding a luxurious vibe in the space.
Vintage style pocket doors are seen in Fox Hollow Cottage. They come with delicate hardware and textured finish. They are a great option to section off formal sitting areas or dining room.
Interiors by Studio M displayed this wooden, textured pocket door used in the kitchen. It blends farmhouse qualities and contemporary style together. It looks great to divide sunrooms and kitchens just like this example.