Feast your eyes on the classic five-panel horizontal door. It looks oh so good in pocket form.
Having started our door replacement project, we've put this new guy in our master bedroom. I smile every time I open it.
Flat five-panel doors are often used in mission and Arts and Crafts homes. Combined with a Craftsman header and wainscoting, these doors are architectural gems.
While all the doors in my home will be painted white, there's something inherently beautiful about natural wood. Here, the horizontal panels show off the grain.
Panels pair perfectly with brick and other masonry construction.
Not to be taken too seriously, a five paneler can work wonderfully in kids' quarters.
Five-panel doors also pair nicely with doors of other styles. Here, Richard Bubnowski Design fabulously combines one with a glass counterpart.
These flat, painted panels pop against the stormy blue wall and reclaimed pine flooring. Painted poplar doors give a crisp, contemporary feel.
Installed as French doors, these pack an extra punch. Double the panels, double the pleasure!
Contrasting hardware on a five-panel door really stands out. This juxtaposition between the stark white palette and bronzed hardware is a breath of fresh air.