84,946 french Home Design Photos

Emily Johnston Larkin
Dallas, Park Cities Project
Ideabooks2,043
Questions7
the width of the opening where the french doors are?
We are thinking of adding french doors into our master bath, however the opening is currently 50" and I don't know if that is too small for french doors. Thank you.
these clear glass lites in the french doors or mirror? If it's mirror, is it mirroe on two sides? Also are the vanities stained wood or painted black? Thanks, Emily
Where are the French doors from?
The French doors would look the best going out to a balcony or in the bathroom.
like the mirrors on the french doors
These french doors are so pretty! They add a little
Small French doors into master- chandelier in master bdrm
Tall French doors for high ceilings add a dramatic effect.
Double French doors lead from the master suite into the couple's expansive master bath.Chandelier: Currey & Company
“dining room doors” — donata714
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
11 Reviews
Showhouse Girls Bedroom
Ideabooks19,135
Questions9
Love the curtains hanging high above the French door
Black color on french door with white casing
Beautiful color idea for French doors
Love the big curtains for French Doors.
If you are leery of painting a solid door black because of how dark it may make your room, the frames of a French door are a good place to start. You still get that touch of classic black, but the glass panels will allow plenty of light to filter in. Pair them with wispy white curtains for a breathtaking
“Curtains” — sengsavang
Deirdre Doherty Interiors
Los Feliz
Ideabooks1,763
Questions2
the black french doors w/ white curtains!!! so beautiful!
Side doors to pair of French doors
Mary Jo Bowling added this to Bath of the Week: Glass and Steel With a Mediterranean Twist Before the remodel this bank of French doors was one small window. The doors
two-story walk out bath with french door. Large room.
Before the remodel this bank of French doors was one small window. The doors made the room much lighter, and the client can enjoy the view of the backyard while soaking in the tub. A new Juliet balcony allows a more direct connection with the outdoors.Doherty notes that the muscular hardware would normally
“omg I so want to soak in this for hours and sip wine” — Patrina Fonteneau
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
25 Reviews
Closets and Hallway to Sitting Room
Ideabooks5,290
Questions8
The French doors are 18" each. They were in the original master bath and we recycled them with the renovation.
Hallway. Faux French doors at end of hall. Possibly with mirrors to give bigger appearance.
Swap solid for French doors for light airiness
added this 8-foot corridor, flanked by walk-in closets. French doors continue the French country look into the sitting room and block noise from the television without cutting off the space.
4. Replace Interior Solid Doors With Glass or French Doors Interior doors help provide soundproofing, something
However, French doors provide a way for rooms to share light and to avoid shutting rooms off. If the door shown here were solid, it would have felt like a dead end when shut. The narrow French doors make the hall feel open and beautiful.
“I like the idea of a "connector" closet between bedroom and bathroom - closets with doors” — markanajordan
JWT Associates
4 Reviews
M-G Residence
Ideabooks2,275
Questions5
Telescoping French doors were adding in the living room for easy indoor-outdoor access. Photo by Lee Manning Photography
where did you get the telescoping french doors
would you be able to tell me where you can get these wonderful telescoping french doors? thank you
wall-sized telescoping French doors between living room and lanai
love the french doors and porch. Love the
Love the telescoping French doors from the
In the living room, wall-sized telescoping French doors flawlessly bridge the outdoor pergola seating area with the home’s interior. Floors: hand-scraped hickory
“Open to new patio” — Ashleigh Fisher
Steven Miller Design Studio, Inc.
Baker Family Room
Ideabooks2,351
Questions8
Where can I find these Modern French Doors?
I am remodeling a mid-century house. There are very large panes of glass that dont open so I would like to replace them with French doors with transoms that are energy efficient and will allow cross ventilation
French doors with adjacent glass panels
Folding French doors. Could be awesome in Family Room.
Great idea with double paned French Doors from NANA
“patio door- folding and can swing open” — alora4444
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks6,258
Questions6
I am looking for small pea gravel 3/8~ 1/4" to make a french style garden would you please tell me where I can find the gravel? expensive?
This is a modern style French farmhouse that
Symmetrical BalanceClassic but not dated, this French country–inspired residence relies on symmetrical balance. From the placement of the bubbling fountain in the auto court — aligned perfectly with the front door — to the four olive trees that are placed two per side, this is a picture-perfect example
“Huisie” — Heidi Visser
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
North Shore Residence
Ideabooks1,921
Questions1
Good balance of Parisian and Rustic French Country.
Modern French (imagine a slate roof)
country french exterior
Very French, gently arched windows
Again with the French look
just general feel country French
soft french style colours
french fab...French country...French farmhouse...french door...awesome French home...Rustic french...french doors...French provincial....French country...french doors
“Uk” — cropleycottage
Sliding French Doors or Regular French Doors?
So, I am renovating this large 110 year old colonial revival. I am now working on the kitchen which opens up to a large very nice (if i may so) native...
Sliding Door vs. french doors
I have to replace a slider that goes from the kitchen to an elevated deck and I would like to replace, redesign and do either french doors or the glass...
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