I’ve been battling writer’s block these past few months. I’ve always felt like I needed to compose a post with multiple pictures and commentary and it simply hasn’t been there. Combine that with a busy fall schedule and the blog has suffered. And so I thought I’d take a different tack. Short posts that relate to what we’re working on or a “snap shot” of something either Sally or I come a cross while doing project related research.
We have a situation on a new project in which there is an existing wet bar in an awkward location. It may prove to be too expensive to move it to another location in the house. The question is, what does one do with something that isn’t quite to ones liking or it’s where it really ought not to be??? As I was winding down the day last night, I came across this picture in the 2012 October Traditional Home.
Pocket doors!!! These open and slide into pockets on either end of the wet bar. The cremone bolts are perfect! In our situation, I’d put in antiqued glass so the french doors appear to be mirrored when they are closed.
As I’m writing this, I remembered we designed a set of built in cabinets a number of years ago for client to house his record collection, etc. All the cabinet doors were pocket doors done with Hafle hardware.
So much or my short post…. I promise to do better next time…
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