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  • Cityhaüs Design Consultants

    window paneled pocket doors into dining room with steel & glass doors into courtyard | via Instant Classics in Design ~ Cityhaüs Design

  • Jillaine Thomson

    Pocket Doors and Bronze exterior doors Menlo Park Residence - transitional - Dining Room - San Francisco - Moroso Construction

  • Jennifer Harbour

    pocket doors instead of french doors to living/ dining contemporary dining room by Moroso Construction

  • Cyrene Fabros

    The sliding doors that lead into the dining room and the doors leading out to the patio beyond are gorgeous. Also, love the open and airy design.

  • Jamie Van Landuyt

    Shannon, these are cool - they are pocket doors. You could have the doors look any way you wanted. This way they don't have to fold in or out when you don't want them. For that matter, they could be solid wood pocket doors and you could close them off or open them when you choose.

  • Evelyn Bavier

    Spaces Pocket Doors Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 2

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