A jib door is nearly invisible, or hidden from being recognized as a door. It may have the same moldings or wall therapy as the surrounding wall, however, door hardware is usually absent.
Most jib doors do not have hardware, keeping their function hidden, but this one has a very simple door pull.
This jib door appears like the remainder of the vertical tongue and groove wall when it’s closed.
Disguised as a bookcase, this jib door opens into an additional seating area.
A jib door in half height can conceal attic spaces within knee walls.
Farinelli Construction, Inc..
This kitchen jib door, the panel with the chalkboard, opens into a pantry.
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc..
This media room could be overlooked if the dim stained panels were really shut.
Robin Pelissier Interior Design & Robin’s Nest
A jib door can be disguised by background. The baseboard in the bottom of the door also helps.
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