1. Hang a curtain Take that door down completely and replace it with a curtain on a tension rod or some other curtain hanging hardware. This will allow you more furniture arranging options around the opening, without a swinging door getting in the way. It&#039s particularly great for closets and other storage areas, but do keep in mind that curtains don&#039t have the same sound-blocking abilities or privacy that doors do, so think twice before replacing say, your bedroom&#039s door if you live with roommates. This one spotted on DesignSponge.
2. DIY a beaded, 70s door hanger Similar to a curtain, this also involves removing the door completely. (And of course, if you rent, these door-removing ideas only really work if you have a place to temporarily move or store your door if your landlord&#039s going to want you to put it back when you move out.) But unlike a heavy curtain, these are a little looser, let light through, add pattern and movement and in general just provide a touch of visual dividing. Learn how to make one today at Flax &amp Twine. So let us take a look at top 22 images space saving door ideas below.
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3. Install a DIY pocket door Those with the skills and the tools might consider replacing their standard swinging door with a stylish and sleek pocket door. Eliminating the swing means gaining more flexibility with where and how you arrange your furniture in a small space, but the pocket door still provides some pretty good noise-blocking and privacy options. Learn how to make your own here: C.R.A.F.T.