When the doors are closed, is the front of the door flush with the room wal
ls, or is the door set back somewhat from the walls. If it is set back, yo
u could frame the opening on the room side. Any kind of molding that would
fill some of the space between the door and the front of the opening would
be fine, whatever looks best to you. If the front of the door is flush, you
have nothing to do. A piece of trim mounted vertically along the top of t
he opening can be used to hide the sliding track for the doors.
On Sun, 17 Aug 2014 19:47:12 -0700 (PDT), " email@example.com"
My house is set up the same way. Bifolds set back in the opening. I
simply cut the base-board to basically act as a "stop" for the bifold
on the ones where there was not a large enough gap to pass the
baseboard all the way through.
The bifold door fits between the cut ends of the baseboard - and it
looks pretty good.