69,584 french Home Design Photos

John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Love these doors-the perfect combo of French and slider!
sliding french door - all glass
French slide doors (thinner framing looks good!)
appears as french door but functions like slider. pair with retractable screens maybe good for 57
term the French slider. In many ways this door incorporates the advantages of a sliding glass door with the look of a French door. Unlike the two-panel configuration of the typical sliding glass door, the French slider has four panels. The two outer panels are fixed in place; the two inner panels operate
or the French slider, an important design consideration is the track system. As in the hinged doors, these tracks can project up an inch or more and are typically 5 to 6 inches wide. The large track is something you'll want to deal with by setting it down lower or specifying a lower profile system as
“doors” — karenbrown60
Dunlap Design Group, LLC
5 Reviews
Living Room
Can you let me know who is the manufacturer of the sliding French Doors ... we love the look, and have only been able to find one that look more like patio sliding doors, instead of traditional French Doors, like you worked into your design. We are located in Tampa, Florida
I am looking a replacing large stationary windows with french sliders, but I have concerns about the amount of actual light or window space I will lose with
custom French Doors, you can get some ideas for your project. Let us know if you have any questions. http://www.panda-windows.com/products/by-type/french-doors
French doors with windows on either side
“frenchdoors from sliding glass doors” — libbylevinson
Beach Glass Interior Designs
9 Reviews
Nantucket, Ma.
These look like bifold French doors?
French doors in bay of dining room window would be perfect.
french door like ours on to patio at grade
Like the French doors to outside
charm with French doors to the garden. The allure of a set of French doors simply cannot be beat. It’s a great choice for traditional homes where sliding glass doors would look out of character. To make the most of your French doors, design a special garden feature (trimmed hedges, a fountain) to line up
“piggy back upper cabinets” — pjcorn
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Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
3 Reviews
Does the french door only use surface bolts or cremone bolts? any other lock
Love the French doors, but only one set opening onto side deck
that had french doors to porch
Three sets of French doors. No side lights.
Kitchen table in front of french doors
French casement windows mirror the room's several sets of French doors.
8. French doors add more than light. If you are looking for a special feature to add to your home, consider replacing a door or several windows with French doors. Not only will they let in more light, but the open feel they provide
sale ad. "French doors leading to the garden" — now that has a nice ring to it!
“Dors” — scan1968
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Covered Patio
love the tiny windows that frame all the sets of french doors
French doors from kitchen instead of sliding glass doors
Like these french doors - look we r going for
with a french door leading you into it.
outside wall french doors
french doors/windows
Transom windows above French doors
French doors with sidelights
french door to outside
Middle set of french doors
French doors with transoms
French verandah doors
open French doors...French Doors...French doors patio...French door...Back French Doors
“Doors to outside” — poyus
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Going nuts trying to find reputable french door manufacturer. Some great pictures on this web site, but no info. on who made them. Prefer vinyl and don't want to spend my entire fortune on some specialtly manufacturer. Ideas?
How do you use a screen with french doors?
to stop french doors from swinging out to much and hitting the brick..
swing out French door leading to the patio.
out-swing French door is a variant on the hinged patio door. While these doors won't have an affect on the interior furniture placement, they do have a downside.First, the screening would be on the inside. That means these doors are more suited to locations where screening isn't necessary, such as areas
aluminum-clad French door with multi-point locking system and simulated divided lights can easily cost several thousand dollars.
“doors” — bfayyaz
AM Dolce Vita
Guest Bedroom
Behr wall paint - light french gray
Behr light French grey
Behr's French Grey. paint color
French Grey wall color master
light gray French paint
Light French grey sw
Behr Light French Gray
Sherwin Williams French grey paint
French Provincial style bedroom
Light French Gray Paint
Behring French Grey...Behr's French Grey....Behr French Grey...Behr's french grey...Light French Gray...French Gray Paint...light french grey...light French grey?...Behr's French Grey....Light French Grey.
“Behr Light French Grey” — alig1787
Kathleen Burke Design
4 Reviews
Kathleen Burke Design
paint french doors? Do you have to tape off every pane?
fiberglass french doors with both exterior and interior muttons?? I love the look of wood but we live in Florida and we are told they will warp and need repair for years. Thank you
I have French doors and the only screens I have looked at are phantom screens that pull and meet in the middle with strong magnets, kind of pricey plus I did not like having anything that takes away from the look of French doors so I don't have screens and when they are open I accept that some flies
Hello, we have 10-lite French doors in solid mahogany wood that can be stained or painted in white. You can see more
the very French look and feel! Where can I purchase?
“doors” — cherij0411
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