Re: sliding door?
That hardware looks beautiful, but as it is designed to be surface mounted, it takes up the whole wall that it opens against. Make sure that fits with your floor plan.
Another option would be to find hardware for a "pocket" door panel that slides into a recess between two thin halves of a wall. More work, but more efficient use of space. Saving space is probably the reason Lorna chose the folding "accordion" door, and others choose curtains or tapestries instead of doors.
Whatever solid door you might choose: hinged, sliding, or pocket, be sure you have a latches or straps that will secure it motionless in both the open and closed positions. You don't want the distraction while driving of hearing doors slamming or shifting back and forth as you brake, accelerate, or corner.
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