sliding doors fit inside tiny houses

In tiny houses, you will typically find at least one interior door. It might be for a pantry, closet or back room. Most likely, that door gets installed to create privacy for bathroom users.

Why not get door-creative? Take a look at these bathroom sliding doors, built into three homes under 227 sq. ft. They are sweet alternatives to standard swing-out doors.

One Georgia cottage, built on brick piers, features a pocket door which slides into the wall to reveal a flush toilet, sink and shower. (Youtube, Ben Hartel)

One Georgia cottage, built on brick piers, features a pocket door which slides into the wall to reveal a flush toilet, sink and shower. (Youtube, Ben Hartel)

In Louisiana, a tiny house shows off its sliding Japanese-style door that's very thin. The bathroom includes a Nature's Head composting toilet, fan and shower. (Tumbleweed Houses)

In Louisiana, a tiny house shows off its sliding Japanese-style door that’s very thin. The bathroom includes a Nature’s Head composting toilet, fan and shower. (Tumbleweed Houses)

In modern Massachusetts place, there's a heavy sliding door on tracks. It covers a wet bath containing a simple composting toilet, sink and shower. (Youtube, Relax Shacks)

In a modern Massachusetts place, there’s a heavy sliding door on tracks. It covers a wet bath containing a simple composting toilet, sink and shower. (Youtube, Relax Shacks)

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