For those of you who weren’t sure what pocket doors are, you should know that they are a type of sliding door that disappears into the wall. They are also very practical in the case of small rooms where space is limited.
A pocket door with a frosted-glass panel has turned the master bath and adjoining full bath into a perfectly shareable space for both the homeowners and their guests. The door’s glass insert allows for both privacy and light between the two spaces.
A frosted-glass pocket door closes off this pantry without obstructing floor space. And scraps of butcher block along the sides of the range-wall cabinets create a waterfall effect. | Photo: Andrea Rugg | thisoldhouse.com