This door's smooth moves make it appealing in a variety of home styles
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A sliding door, also called a bypass door or slider, hangs from an overhead track and moves sideways to open. A track beneath the door helps keep it in line.
Sliding panels work well in this contemporary bathroom, where the frosted glass look is reminiscent of shower doors.
Sliding doors are commonly found on closets.
Any style of door can be converted to a slider. The only hardware required is a pull or cup.