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    • Vicki Kooker

      Better yet: Make it a full pocket door, BUT, cut the door in half and install hardware that will allow you to open just the bottom; think Dutch door... for the next house you build - Pocket gate for kids or pets. One of the best ideas I've ever seen. I could see doing this instead of a baby gate between the kitchen and living room area or the basement stairs etc.

    • Beckie Parks

      Pocket Door Gate for kids or pets. GREAT Idea!

    • Mary Sullivan

      Would think about built in pet gates for next renovation....Pet Gates: 6 Clever & Creative Solutions - this is a great idea! It's a pocket door pet gate!

    • Leah Peters

      Pocket Door Dog Gate-- great idea~ I must put these everywhere in the new house!

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