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Pocket Doors: Perfect Solutions for Clean & Concealed Storage Design

February 7, 2019

Pocket Doors: Perfect Solutions for Clean & Concealed Storage Design

Pocket and flipper doors are a great solution to saving space while maintaining clean esthetics. These innovative openings have pull-out doors that fold into the cabinet structure. This feature keeps open cabinet doors concealed and safely out of the way.

Pocket doors can be used for:

  • Kitchen pantries
  • Closet storage
  • Garage compartments
  • And more

Accuride offers a full range of pocket and flipper door sliding systems, including:

  • 123 and 1234 for pocket doors up to 30 lbs. and 42 in. tall
  • 1321 for flipper doors up to 30 lbs. and 42 in. wide
  • 1332 and 1432 for pocket doors up to 75 lbs. and 78 in. tall

You can see Accuride’s complete list of pocket and flipper door solutions at www.accuride.com/products/specialty-slides/flipper-door-slides.

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Company: Accuride International

Product: Flipper Door Slides » 1321 Pro Pocket

Source: https://www.accuride.com/products/specialty-slides/flipper-door-slides



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