How much space does a NanaWall take up?
Flexible Layouts for Space Optimization
One of the joys of a NanaWall is how easily is opens and stacks – and how little space it takes up when fully open. Unlike sliders that block at least half of the opening, or patio doors that swing into your available space, a NanaWall uses the entire opening and folds and stacks.
How much space the NanaWall will take up when open depends on the size of the wall you install – but it’s one of the most opening efficient products on the market. It’s also possible to build a unit that fully conceals the stacked panels.
Many tiny homes and accessory dwelling units employ a NanaWall system to increase the sense of floor space inside and open up to a deck or garden outside.
NanaWall is also fully customizable to almost any shape or size of opening, and the best way to find out how it will fit into your remodel is to chat to an architect who can find the ideal solution for your needs.
Take a look at how homeowners have used NanaWall in small spaces in our Not So Wide gallery page.