Whether you aspire to be the next Forrest Gump of ping pong, or simply enjoy a good, healthy competition every now and then, this amazing door is a hard item to pass up. A fully functional swing door, this genius design from Tobias Fräenzel also flips forward to become a mini ping pong table. There's no construction required — all it takes is a flip of the switch to set up everything you need for your match. When you're all set, just flip the door back up, and you're good to go.
The fantastical, playful, and childlike nature of this door is reminiscent of childhood favorites like Alice in Wonderland and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Just sip the tiny bottle that says "Drink me!" and step on through the teeny tiny door — or maybe just use it as a fun entrance to your child's room.
This door may look straight out of Darth Vadar's bedroom, but it also could be a smart and innovative step towards the doors of the future. Designed by Brazilian firm No Design, this door is completely handle-less, locks and unlocks via a remote control (yes, like your car), and even lights up to tell you if you've correctly unlocked the door or not. With front sheets made of the same material used in bulletproof cars, there's a good chance this door could evolve to be smarter than its owner.
Designed by fashion designer Agatha Ruiz De La Prada, the Viva Line from Modernus is the epitome of this designer's bright and eccentric style. Shown here in a matte red lacquer with graphic die cuts, the line is available in a variety of custom colors and designs.
Going for a more rustic look? Take farmhouse style to the next level with barn doors custom made with wood used in the aging process of wine (much like these wooden floors). Stained from gallons of fermenting wine, this wood is fitted together to create beautiful doors, each with a unique finish.
The concept behind the Luna: Light + Air door makes enough sense — a door with slots that open and close to allow for light and air. The slots can be adjusted, so only a certain amount of light, air, and noise moves between the exterior and the interior. While it seems amazing in theory, it's also one of those doors that I'd love to see in practice before making an order.
For a long time, a secret passageway was on the top of my must-haves when it came to my fantasy house. For a Nancy Drew fiend such as myself, making sure my house had a little mystery of its own was an absolute necessity. These hidden bookshelf doors are a dream come true. Although the site pushes these doors as security solutions (something, to be quite honest, I hadn't considered), they're still the perfect way to satisfy my lust!
Just like interchangeable cell phone and laptop covers, the recessed panel in the Flex Door can be changed out to pretty much anything — artwork, wood veneer, glass, colored acrylic. So your door can change as often as you change your personal style!
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