pocket door


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pocket door

A door that slides in and out of a recess in a doorway wall requiring no room for the door swing. See also: Dutch door

pocket door

pocket door
A door that slides into a hollow wall at the side of a doorway; often advantageous because such a door requires no room for swinging; may be single or biparting.
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In the top photo, you can see how a sliding pocket door has increased the available space, giving the cosy perch an uncluttered feel.
Ford, the attractive Irishman (Richard Flood) fixing her pocket door, barges in while Fiona is dancing in her underwear.
The sellers will retain the use of the A and F brand for use with a separate pocket door frame business they will continue to operate.
That's more than just a handy design metaphor: The duo literally extended the "box" of the house by adding features like a 15-foot-long pocket door that brings the outdoors in, a kitchen window that opens to a poolside bar, and a shower that's accessible from both the bathroom and the yard.
The pocket door unit can be installed above the door, inside the wall and can be surface-mounted as well.
And I always suggest a pocket door made of solid wood for sound control.
An electronically controlled quad bypass pocket door opens to create an easy flow from the inside to the outside living space.
A 32-inch pocket door has the same effective width as a 36-inch wide standard door.
A single door or pocket door slides into a pocket built into the wall.
Commonwealth levers have curved lines that make them easier to operate than conventional knobs, while the round design of the pocket door lock prevents door warping.
The unique office space includes regal, yet domestic interior: a broad, wood-paneled conference room is separated from a small library by a sliding pocket door.
The Learjet 75 aircraft is the only business jet in its class to feature a pocket door for reduced noise levels.