The subject is bedroom doors: We have three doors in the master bedroom. One for the bedroom itself, one for the closet, one for the bath.
The main bedroom door and the closet door are too close together, and they're going to bump into one another and be an aggravation . . . forever. The locations of these doors is unchangeable.
Would it be okay to use a pocket door for the closet, knowing it'll rarely be closed anyway, yet stick to standard hinge doors for the bedroom and bath?
I would not want to use pocket doors for the other two doors. Unlike the closet door, they're doors that are used constantly, and a pocket door in those locations would likely wear out.
Would a pocket door in between two regular hinge doors look odd?
Assume, obviously, that the pocket door would match the other doors in terms of size, style and color.
Thanks for your thoughts.