As you can see, this door allows the hallway to borrow light from the kitchen, but when closed it keeps the cooking smells from the rest of the apartment.
These partitions are partially mirrored and change color in different light. It allows the homeowner to have a separate office space while keeping the loft-like space open.
This home office borrows plenty of light from the hallway window.
In the living room: Not technically doors, this room divider lets the light through while dividing the space with a modern grid.
The use of these glass partitions keeps the space loft-like without chopping it up, the way drywall would have.
In the dining room: Japanese shoji screens are a wonderful way to let in the light without the sun's glare. It creates a peaceful tea-house ambiance.
In the kitchen: Translucent cabinet doors leave a space more open, but you don't have to keep the items inside too-too neat and perfect!
Of course you can always play with such a display. The composition of these kitchen items lets their silhouettes add to the design without looking like clutter.
Here's another way to add translucent glass into your kitchen cabinet arrangement.
In the bathroom: Obviously, privacy is key in the bath, but shoji screens add some Zen-like style and let in more light.
The simple floating vanity, the beauty of the light natural wood, and the shoji screen doors give this bathroom a relaxing Asian feel.