Your cozy home may be the perfect size for you and your family, but it can feel cramped or crowded if the entry door is too bulky or big for the space. This calls for creativity and a different door option! When you choose a space-saving door and match it with your home’s style, it can add to your home’s curb appeal as well as its functionality.
Here are some unique options…
- Pocket Doors are sliding doors that, when fully open, can be hidden into the adjacent wall. Adding a pocket door with a full-length mirror can make a room look larger too.
- Barn Doors on rollers are durable, functional, and stylish. This is a great choice when your home decor is country-themed.
- Glass Bifold Doors in interior spaces are a great choice when standards doors take up too much space. These also come in a variety of styles and colors.
- Pivot Doors are best used when there isn’t enough space to swing a door on either side.
- Japanese-Style Doors can be used as doors and walls at the same time. They can serve as a room divider to provide flexibility and multi-use of a room.
- Dutch Doors are a smart choice when the only place for a window is the spot where your door is. Usually these are split horizontally so that the top portion can be used as a window.
- Triple Panel Overhead Doors are interior doors that slide into place and are useful for hiding certain areas, such as a home office. These go well in small homes or for those with a minimalist style.
- Overhead Garage Doors can provide a breeze or sunlight when open while saving the entire floor space for furniture and use. They are stashed efficiently along the ceiling.
- Accordion Doors with Mural are both functional and aesthetically-pleasing. This type of door or divider can easily be opened and closed as desired.
- Clear Glass Sliding Doors can make your area seem a little wider or bigger and allow natural light to come through.
- French Accordion Doors are unique because they allow light to pass through the glass panes when used as a room divider. When opened fully, they take up a very small space.
Do you want to know more about these door types? Read: Tight Quarters? 10 Smart Space-Saving Door Solutions [PHOTOS]