Pocket Glass Walls
Constructed to slide into a “pocket” on the adjoining wall, pocket sliding glass walls disappear from view when fully open. They’re available in two-, three- and four-panel configurations.
BENEFITS OF POCKET GLASS WALLS
When pocket doors are fully open, there’s no evidence that there was a barrier between the interior and exterior. This look truly captures the essence of “bringing the outside in.”
The narrow frame profile creates a modern look and even sightlines offer a beautiful design aesthetic you’ll be proud to display in your home.
Pocket Glass Walls FAQ
A type of patio door, a pocket door is designed to disappear into a wall space when open. Hence the term “pocket.” Like sliding glass doors, they glide on rollers along a track.
The advantage of a pocket door is that it’s aesthetically pleasing. By hiding the doors in their pocket, the homeowner gets a “cleaner” look when the door is open, truly merging the interior with the exterior.
Yes. Pocket doors are available in a number of sizes. Although they are typically available in two-, three-, and four-panel configurations, some manufacturers offer models that are even larger.
Yes. It’s a relatively common procedure. The easiest way to do it is to mount a fake wall adjacent to the existing wall. When you open your pocket doors, they’ll be hidden between the actual wall and the fake one.
The number of pocket doors in America has indeed proliferated in recent years. Thanks to their space-saving engineering and aesthetic look, pocket doors are becoming increasingly desirable.
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