Well, our incontinent little dog has decided he would provide Chrissy and I with a bit of remodeling motivation. We are starting with our little music room we call the DAWghaus. We are using having to remove the carpet as an opportunity to upgrade our "studio" with an isolation booth and a dedicated console. More on that in a bit. I spent today removing the "popcorn" ceiling texture: My plan is to have non-textured walls and a stained concrete floor to foil future handy work by our dog. Sound treatments will come later as needed. It struck me that I could take this opportunity to convert a small closet into a vocal iso booth. Its a little too shallow as is, so, I will need to extend it out just a bit. My first thought was to build a faceted wall with a window. This seems like a lot of work and more permanent than I would like it to be. Then I had an idea. What if I finished the room out as well as in interior walls of the little closet. ...and then add a circular shower door afterwards..? I would have to add a header to finish out the top for the upper rail/frame, but I could easily remove all this later to make it a closet again if we decide to move.. the inside of the booth could be an anechoic chamber save for the glass door... Thoughts? P.S. The glass shown is frosted but ours would be clear glass... the door slides in an arc to open.