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Pocket Doors

What is a pocket door?

An internal pocket door slides into an opening in the adjacent wall. It disappears completely when fully opened.

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How does a pocket door work?

Rather than working on hinges and opening outwardly into a room, a pocket door glides into a wall opening. The encasing wall requires enough space to house the door and it’s for this reason pocket doors are usually specified and designed at the beginning of a house build. Walls can be constructed to accommodate them this way. Pocket doors are often top-hung on wheels with a supporting metal track.  

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Why choose a pocket door?

For interior design that’s centred on a minimalistic, clean aesthetic, pocket doors can perfectly complement it. They can be crafted in single or double leaf configuration according to space and accessibility. Single pocket doors are ideal for en-suites, pantries and utility areas, whereas a double pocket door is a striking way to divide up open-plan space or house a walk-in wardrobe.

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What are the benefits of a pocket door?

While pocket doors undeniably make a stunning design statement, they’re practical too. Because a pocket disappears into a compartment in the wall, it provides the opportunity to maximise the space you have. Small spaces and tighter spots can benefit from the additional space gained where a traditional hinged door would require swing space. Where a pocket door is installed instead of a hinged door, an average of 10 square feet of floor space is gained. Plus, a pocket door enables you to make the most of the space on the wall. Sliding doors, although just as attractive, require that space for the door to sit against.

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