You lose a little wall space but you gain a lot of space inside the room and hallway by eliminating the swing.
You can also use all kinds of reclaimed items to make the doors out of as they don't have to be perfectly square and plum.
Its also cool to see all the different kinds of hardware you can use and displaying that is part of the charm.
It can get pretty rustic and the handles can be made out of anything as they are just pulls and not the click into place knobs.
One issue is that they aren't always secured shut and with one puppy that is quite adept at opening and closing doors there may be rooms we want to ensure he can't get into so you can get creative with locks and bolts.
I love the double doors, makes such an impact when you open both to reveal the next room.
Ohhh the drama!
This one below is my favorite, I love the window panes, very British but you have to have a set up like below or else it will look odd when its open against a wall. Maybe as a pocket door for a bathroom and you could frost the windows to let light in.
These are such great, cool, eclectic options for the house, each door can be different and unique and we can do them ourselves as there is a lot of room for error. You can take a regular door and rework it so it rolls instead of spins. The one thing is you would want to watch the weight of the door, nothing to heavy for the weight on the hardware at the top as well as the weight to push it closed could get to be a headache.