Traditionally, basement pocket doors make the most of limited space by existing in places where swinging doors are not possible. Basement pocket doors slide into place when you need privacy, and slide back open when you want to combine two different rooms into one space again. With that said, many owners of large basements are now requesting pocket doors not to save room, but simply because of their delightful aesthetic. A glass-paned double wide pocket door has the same stylish sophistication as a traditional French door, but with the added novelty of being different and lesser-used. If you are looking for fresh basement door options that are catching on fast, then we have the right pocket door ideas for you.
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