Pet doors can give pets access to areas of the home that you may not want children to have ready access to, so consider having them built into the home’s design. For example, install a dog door with easy-to-clean flooring, like the kitchen, in case pets track in mud or dirt. Some pets, like cats, prefer to stay indoors, but may like access to dark areas of the home, like a closet or basement, if they need some seclusion. Pet Friendly home plan - The Chesnee #1290
Old screen doors. The more gingerbread on them the better! These can also me hung inside for those of you that have pets and want to have some control over what rooms they go in. They look awesome on bedroom doors.
She kept a round room, that was hung about with intricate iron work bird cages...each dangling off an ornate ironwork arm. The odd thing one not might expect, is not the sheer number from floor to ceiling, but of the fact that each cage door was missing, and at the center of the high glass ceiling was a foot wide hole, open to the sky!