Has anyone fabricated a jib door?
I want to do jib doors ("invisible" doors) on some of the closets on an upcoming renovation.
I have done one jib door where we wrapped the opening in drywall, ran the baseboard across the bottom of the opening and the put a wood stop around the interior of the opening and mounted a 3/4" MDF panel in the opening with Euro cabinet hinges. This was a shallowish reach in closet.
However, now I want to do jibs on full-sized closets with full-sized closet doors on Soss hinges and this will require a wood jamb. I have not seen details as to how create the interface between the wood jamb and the drywall. Can you use a trim profile from Fry Reglet and spackle to the corner on the drywall face and woodfill to the corner on the jamb face? Is there some profile I have not found yet?