Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Pocket Door Installation Reveal

It feels like forever that I promised you the reveal of the pocket door installation. If you would like to see a recap of where I started you can go HERE. It has been really crazy around here. My busy season has started in the office, I'm trying to prepare for a Spring Open House for the shop then mother nature decided to hit us with quite a storm. I think, and I say that a little on the light side I might be coming up for air.

The room is still not a 100% like I would like for it to be, if I wait until it is I might not ever be able to share the reveal, I'm sure you all know how that story goes.
This is the view looking into the "small" room from the laundry room. You can see just to the left of the trim a small area of about an 1' or so there seems to be extra wood, that my friends is just an edge of the pocket door.
This is now
my view looking into the room from the laundry room. No obstruction with any furniture being in the way. I pulled the door open slightly for you to see how much cleaner the area looks now.
Looking in towards the vanity, you can see the area is small and narrow. There is not a lot of room to move around in this room it's a bit difficult to photograph. I'm "hoping" to replace the vanity top in the next little bit. Yes, that's my cute little hand in the mirror. (giggle)
Looking from the inside of the powder room towards the back door  that leads out of the laundry room into the sun porch.
When we took the wall out, I took the toilet paper holder off the wall, I knew I wanted to have as much space in here as I could get, I found the basket at Home Goods, a perfect fit.


Thanks for being patient with my reveal of the pocket door installation. It truly went quickly without a lot of issues involved. I'm glad to have this project officially behind me, now onto the next one. 



Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

I love the way it made more room for you my dear friend..I had pockets doors put in 3 bathrooms just so I also would have more room..I pray all is well with you my sweet sitting here drinking my morning coffee and thinking of you..Please stay safe with all the storms..Hugs and love you girl..gloria

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

That looks great and leaves more room without a swinging door. Did they modify the door you had to use as the pocket door? That storm sure gave a lot of people a lot of problems!

Blondie's Journal said...

I love pocket doors...a huge space saver. I always wondered how the space was made in the wall.

I'm glad you were safe in the storms. We had a bad situation, too. All is good in our area though.

Take care, Lynne!

Jane x