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Posted: Tuesday, November 26, 2019 10:01 am | Updated: 2:32 am, Sun Dec 15, 2019.

(BPT) - Today’s designers, architects and builders are creating modern bathrooms that are practical, comfortable and accommodating. They know that homeowners and homebuyers desire these features regardless of the bathroom’s size or layout. And therein lies the challenge: How to create a feeling of spaciousness and openness without sacrificing valuable floor space, obstructing traffic flow or forfeiting storage space. Space saving hardware by Johnson gives rooms extra space, design options and smooth gliding doors. Shown above: 200WM Wall Mount Sliding Door Hardware.

Johnson’s 1500SC Pocket Door Frame is now available with its innovative Soft-Close sliding door hardware included in the package. The Johnson Soft-Close enables doors to open and close quietly and securely with a gentle touch. It also prevents slammed doors and pinched fingers, ensuring smooth-gliding, quiet and most importantly, safe doors. Shown above: 1500SC Series Pocket Door Frame.

Pocket doors can be installed in virtually any room, but are particularly well suited for use in bathrooms where space is often at a premium. The typical hinged door requires up to 14 square feet of floor space to swing open. A pocket door, conversely, slides into the wall, leaving the space in front of, and on either side of the doorway open and available. By saving space that would have been used by a traditional swing door, there is room for more cabinetry, shelving and other fixtures. Additionally, Johnson’s 1500SC includes Soft-Close sliding door hardware for easy, quiet doors that open and close with a soft touch, making it easier to use, too! Shown above: 1500SC Pocket Door Frame.

Create convenient, accessible and space-saving bath designs by utilizing Johnson’s Wall-Mount Sliding Door Hardware. A significant benefit of using wall-mount doors in bathrooms is that the free space gained can be used to install larger vanity cabinets, freestanding shelving units, bigger bathtubs and other fixtures and fittings that may have been squeezed out in order to accommodate swinging doors. Commonly referred to as barn door hardware, the door slides across the wall — not inside it — on extruded aluminum track. And installation is quick and easy, even for novice do-it-yourselfers. Shown above: 2610F Wall Mount Door Hardware.

The main draw of a pocket door is often its ability to save space. So with a growing focus in utilizing all available space, designers hope to mount items such as towel bars, shelves, framed mirrors or artwork walls adjacent to the entryway. This is possible with the Johnson Series 1515 Pocket Door Frame Reinforcement Clip Set, which is a cleverly engineered kit that allows the installation of 3/4-inch-thick plywood panels between the split-studs in the pocket wall. Thus, it creates a solid, strong substrate behind the finished drywall for fastening wall-mounted fixtures and cabinets. Shown above: 1500SC Pocket Door Frame, 1515 Pocket Door Frame Reinforcement Clip Set.

Johnson’s Wall-Mount Sliding Door Hardware is convenient, versatile and space-saving. Commonly referred to as barn door hardware, the door slides across the wall — not inside it — on extruded aluminum track. With quick and easy installation, wall-mount doors provide an endless variety of design options without any hassle. An added benefit is the floor space saved around the entryway. Space that would normally be used to accommodate a traditional swing door can then be used for fixtures and furniture. Johnson Hardware makes it easy to maximize space. Shown above: Series 2610SC.

For more information, visit http://www.johnsonhardware.com/ImageGallery or call 800-837-5664. Follow the company on Twitter: @JohnsonHrdware, Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/johnsonhardware/ Instagram: johnsonhardware or Facebook: www.facebook.com/johnsonhardware1958.