This post is sponsored by Rolling Door Designs, all ramblings and traumatizing experiences are 100% my own.
This project was no walk in the park, mainly given my indecision and the sheer number of times we literally reinstalled this mother, and there are some quirky deets that will make or break this option for most people, so you will need to plan out your install just a tad and I can show you how to overcome some of the obstacles we faced with the quirks inherant to this house. I will be back for a second post in this series later in the week to share how I installed this beaut, despite these tricky things about our space and some additional info on the door itself. An utterly modern and yet totally vintage piece itself... Plus doesn't it just look cool? It's nice to see a rolling door that is modern in appearance and not barn like. Don't get me wrong, there isn't a thing wrong with rustic, but I like to see the diversity in things, don't you? If you have an awkward area of your home that needs more square footage or that has not such an ideal situation with the way your doors open, a rolling door is such a fabulous option to solve the problem. We are sleeping more easily in the early morning, and I definitely have this invention to thank for it. If you would like to browse the hardware styles and options they have at Rolling Door Designs, be my guest, they are quite lovely. The style you see here in my article is the Don Draper... doesn't it just sound awesome, right out of the gate?