victorian-era pocket doors
Photo: Stephen Karlisch
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Pocket Doors Between Living and Dining Rooms

But by month three, finally seeing the two halves of the house married on our site raised our spirits. It was all there: a long center hall and stairway, with a parlor and dining room on one side, the master bedroom and living room on the other, and a guest bedroom and the kitchen in the back.

Shown: A fluted column is grooved on three sides to receive pocket doors that close off the dining and living rooms from each other and from the front hall. The doors used to scrape the oak floors before we repaired their original slide mechanisms and installed new headers.
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