Help with dividing doors
February 2, 2014 in Design Dilemma
I want to put up doors to separate the formal dining room from the casual breakfast room. I want to let in the light from the breakfast room into the dining room so I was thinking opaque glass doors. I also want to be able to totally open the doors in the event that I want more space for entertaining. The frame of the doorway is 10 feet, so I was thinking about 4 30" doors that open in the center and each side folds back on itself. I don't know about the opaque glass doors--are they a good idea, should they be plain frosted or etched glass? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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How about 2 French doors in center and a 24" stationary glass panel on each side with the same window pane glass? I would stick to clear glass much more elegant.
February 2, 2014 at 6:40pm   
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Because I want the flexibility to open the doors and extend the dining room for entertaining, I don't think the stationery doors will work for me. I also like the clear glass, but if someone's hanging out in the breakfast room, I don't want them visible from the formal dining roo.
February 2, 2014 at 7:09pm   
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