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1. Pocket doors create a flexible partition in open-plan spaces. When shut, they can segregate spaces and create private areas. In this home, the sliding door separates the dining area into a cosy room. When the door slides into the wall, it allows for smooth connectivity between the rooms, as if they always were one seamless space.
Don’t be put off by unsightly sliding doors you may have seen. The door hardware can be recessed into the door frame so that the tracks aren’t visible, creating a seamless look and maximising space.Tip: They do of course need to be installed correctly. Don’t be put off by thinking you need a track along the bottom – today most sliding door hardware can run along the top without need for a track on the floor that will break up the flow between the two rooms. However, if your door is large and heavy, ensure that your door hardware can cope with the load. Consult a professional and get it right first time.