Colorful Pocket Doors in Contemporary Spaces

Colorful Pocket Doors in Contemporary Spaces

Kelly Coty is a hoot! We had the pleasure of working with her on this remodel in Ojai, California recently. Kelly brings a level of enthusiasm to her projects and interactions that is contagious. In line with her clients’ artistic background, Kelly brought this space to life with a serious pop of color. 

Pocket Doors in Contemporary Spaces

She has used several pocket door systems in the vestibule of the hallway to open up what would’ve been a chaotic space if swinging doors were present. The color in conjunction with the full height ceiling recessed detail of these doors has made for some real contemporary flair. Well done Kelly!


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