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    • Brian Drager

      half door baby gate! Im not having any more kids but I totally wish I had done this. Great idea! <3

    • Starr Covey-Skinner

      DIY Half Door Baby Gates @Lindsey Wolfrom-Knoll... I think you have stairs like this, right? This idea might come in handy about next year... :)

    • Samantha Larsen

      dutch door baby gate. They 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. It would be even better if they could be pocket doors.

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