dutch door 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 AMAZING IDEA! less wear and tear on the wall than pressure gates! cut it higher to limit access as baby grows! (or dogs jumping over!) Baby Gates, Idea, Dogs Gates, Dutch Doors, House, Doors Baby, Half Doors, Kid, Pockets Doors
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!
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
I love everything about this little side room: the dutch doors, the horse shoe over the door, the dog (except in my case it would have to be a black lab mix) laying on the rug, the counter with the curtains below, the light fixture, the barn door cabinets to the right (at least that's what I think they are?)...just adorable ♥
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.