Maiya. Kitchen. July 29th , 2017.
Pocket doors are most common in kitchen. In here they can be most efficient, especially if the kitchen is small. They offer advantages both in terms of appearance and functionality. Most often, kitchen pocket doors are used to conceal appliances or workspaces and storage areas. Use pocket doors to hide the washing machine, microwave, oven but also smaller appliances like toasters and coffee makers. You can keep them out of sight and yet easily accessible.
The pocket door sliding system is a peculiar one. Heres how these doors work, in case youre not familiar with the design: On opening, the rotary doors slide outward and then glide backwards into a lateral pocket. Thats where they get their name from. This system allows them to be space-efficient and to offer easy access to the space around them.
A kitchenette often features a small refrigerator, a microwave oven or a hotplate and the sink is not always included. And just to give you something to compare it with, imagine that a kitchenette measures less than 7.4 square meters of floor space. But even though its a very small space, this doesnt make it unpractical. In fact, since its so small, a kitchenette is usually a very well organized space.
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