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A secured-to-the-wall half door instead of a wedged in baby gate. Interesting. Bonus is that it doesn't have to be permanent if you don't want it to be...unscrew it, patch things up. Voila!

Dutch or Split Door Tutorial Using a Hollow Core Door..step by step instructions. PERFECT for dogs and toddlers! ;)

Genius! half door for any baby/kids room so you can hear if they wake, but they can't wander the house alone or play in their room while u cook, shower, clean.

DIY Dutch Doors (instead of dog/baby gates). This can be made taller than the normal baby gate.

Half Door Tutorial. I would like these for our kids's rooms. Room time would be a bit more visible. Also, individual play time in there wouldn't be as secluded... I could still see the older ones playing with toys not for little ones, while keeping little ones out... Christina Heddell

Dog/Baby gate = using a door we found at a garage sale for $5. He cut the door in half, installed the first half at the bottom of the stairs and used the other half at the top of the stairs

Love this instead of a baby gate

LOVE this baby gate! I wish I was handier! We are on our 3rd baby gate, and it's half broken:) #baby #kids #DIY

LOVE!! barn door baby gate or pet gate!! Our pets and baby have outgrown the Dutch door we made at our house, but now it serves as a noise block from the AC/heater, without blocking to much air for the return. We made ours from a core door cut in 1/2 with a shelf on top. I like this one better.

What a great idea --- wish I had thought of it when the girls were little! But, will remember this when we bring a new puppy into the house!

This door is great - keep the little ones and dogs safe inside, but still let the summer breeze in...