Those pocket doors also create an easy transition to the outdoor kitchen. Thanks to their blue tint, the features perfectly complement the blue-and-white area rug, as well as the accents by the island.
Craftsman details on the cabinets, windows and doors blend with other classic elements in this light-filled California kitchen. A Viking range and other stainless steel appliances add to the room's streamlined look, while a pocket door eliminates wasted space allowing a breakfast nook table to sit adjacent to the kitchen.
Dark-stained molding and door casing frame the clever pocket doorway. Rich orange walls have an almost velvety look. The shelving was configured to extend above the double doors and provide perfect display space for a collection of vintage globes.
The remodeled living room has a spacious feel and opens onto the new kitchen and dining nook. Some of the home's original features, like operational pocket doors, were retained and incorporated into the new design
A pocket door divides the two sides of this bathroom; the floor's pattern visually unifies them. A desert theme is carried through both spaces via the sandy-colored cabinets, the rug and cactus accents—artwork and the real live plant!
The walls and ceiling of this small apartment bedroom were painted a deep peacock blue, which blurs the lines of the space to make it appear larger. The pocket doors separating the living room and bedroom were painted a high-gloss deep blue to add shine and architectural interest to the transitional space.
A pocket door offers a space-conscious, seamless transition into the bathroom. Black flooring outside the bathroom creates a bold contrast against the white walls. Moving into the bathroom, tile flooring complements the neutral stripes at the bottom of the shower curtain. An African basket provides stylish laundry storage, and open shelves save space while keeping things organized.