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Love this idea! Looks much better than traditional baby/dog gates. And easier to use!

See these gates? Use them to keep your dogs in or out of a room -- looks so much better than a baby gate! Lowes has them in different widths and heights :) Umm, great idea! The baby gates in my house are ridiculous and I'm sick of climbing over them.


so much prettier than a baby/dog gate - I need this to keep the dogs away from the front door

perfect for the mudroom.

Built-in dog crates. I love this idea for a dog room! The space above and around the crates is utilized instead of being wasted. It is also more attractive than stacked crates. Even though I don't have a dog I love this idea!

built in dog kennel under stairs opening to hall or living room

Built in Dog Crate for the unused space under the stairs. great idea instead of having an ugly dog crate taking up space.

Unique child/pet gate with tempered glass.  by Greymark Construction Company, Houzz

Love this idea!--- for the next house you build - Pocket gate for kids or pets. One of the best ideas I've ever seen. I could see doing this instead of a baby gate between the kitchen and living room area or the basement stairs etc.

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Built-in dog house with doggie door to outside- would be awesome in a mud room. – sublime decor Built-in dog house with doggie door to outside- would be awesome in…

barn door style baby or pet gate - so much cuter than those ones that look like jail doors

Tutorial for a Barn Door Stair Gate. Can be used as a baby gate or pet gate for the stairs. - put bumper on bottom so he can't push it open to go down the stairs.

Keeps the kids out of the kitchen

If you are building an new home! slide out dog/kid doors. this is the greatest idea EVER. no more awful looking baby gates! Pocket door baby gates - If only I could afford this!

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Can't even begin to describe my love for this: the shade of the wood, the black countertops, island with chairs around it, double oven. Plenty of space for cooking and socializing. It's a friendly, open kitchen.

“Installing this doggie hideaway door at a clients home soon!  Can't wait, it's a surprise!!”

photo: "Pretty is nice, but first, it has to work. Here is a better angle to show how the custom pocket doggy/baby gate functions.