Doors for Tight Spaces

Cozy, quaint, cottage; words used to describe a small home. Small homes usually have a host of challenges for storage. These challenges also include finding the right door that provides the function one needs without sacrificing functionality or design. This blog will cover some of the best door solutions for tight spaces.

Awkward Spaces Doesn’t Mean Awkward Doors

This list is a list of the most common doors to use for small spaces.

  1. Pocket Doors
  2. Glass Doors
  3. BiFold Doors
  4. Pivot Doors
  5. Barn Doors
  1. Pocket Doors

Pocket doors are ideal to create a separation of spaces but allow for flow when needed without having to worry about swing for the doors.

  • Glass Doors

Have a great view or natural light that you don’t want to lose but still need a barrier of separation? Then Glass doors maybe the door to consider. The doors close create the separation and noise barrier need and open allow for flowing and make the space the doors occupy feel bigger.

  • BiFold Doors

The most commonly used closet or laundry room door. It has the advantage of a space saving swing while still creating maximum access for entry.

  • Pivot Doors

A pivot door is the perfect solution for a lack of swing space in either direction for an entry. Often made with glass for much of the door, this door helps the room seam bigger.

  • Barn Doors

The barn door is the perfect door for an entry way where swing space is limited. Tight entry way closets benefit a great deal form this design choice.

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