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Norman Design Group, Inc.
Schumacher. The homeowners found the door’s porthole in a nautical antiques shop, while Norman contributed the hand-hammered copper sink and the swinging doors.
all of it...door with porthole, walls, sink, swinging doors, cabinets, nautical light fixture.
from Schumacher. The homeowners found the door’s porthole in a nautical antiques shop, while Norman contributed the hand-hammered copper sink and the swinging doors framed in gun shells — a winking tribute to a virile family member.
Paul Johnson Carpentry & Remodeling
Old River Rd House
swinging door? for toilet and shower area
This type swinging door into the master closet/dressing room
swinging toilet stall door
swing door...Swinging door...The swinging door
Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC
What are shower swinging doors made of?
How did you attach the swinging doors to the ceramic tile on the shower? And what kind of paint would you use to paint them in order to prevent mold?
into a vanity. The Murano vessel sink from Thompson Traders and a long-neck faucet from Delta Victorian add some height. Vertical beadboard walls and swinging shower doors contribute to the homey atmosphere of the room. "We wanted to stick with a quirky cottage feel, so a frameless glass door didn't fit
dSPACE Studio Ltd
Lake Shore Drive Bathrooms
Hi, thank you for your question and interest in dSPACE Studio. These doors are walnut with frosted glass insert panels on pivot-style hinges which swing out. Being a wood door, we would not recommend these for the shower because of moisture and damp conditions of a shower. These are custom made and a
with recommendations if you still need them. Anne, To answer your question, these are custom doors, but you can get a set of french doors to be swinging doors and primed for paint instead of using a stain grade walnut. You would need to get pricing from the contractor or millworker that you are using
may be able install two french doors to replace your bifold doors. Each door leaf would be 2'-6, and as long as you have the clearance for the door swing, this would provide you with a nice open closet when both doors are open. Thank you for all of the great questions and good luck with your projects
frameless doors swing both ways actually. in this case having it swing in has no real advantage and when it swings out it must be a bit of a monster in the room space. too bad it could not be a bit smaller, but that may not deflect the shower water in enough.....?
Frameless screen that swings out. However in a smaller bathroom you might need to have a static portion as well as a smaller swing door.
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
Love the indoor/outdoor "shower doors". What are they made of? Where did they come from? Are they custom?
Please advise from whom can I specify a door that handles the water from both sides and opens with a swing, rather than a slider.
This shower falls on the indoor side of the dividing line; technically it's indoors, but with the doors open it's completely open to the patio on one side. This kind of setup gives a feeling of being open to the elements with a bit more privacy.
Job's Peak Ranch Residence
Swinging door to potty
Swinging doors to closet
The swinging doors to closet?
Swing doors to toilet
swinging doors...swing door
Divine Custom Homes
Dream Home Bath
Bathroom with swinging door by Divine Custom Homes Photo by Space Crafting
Yes, these doors do open. They are on spring hinges, so they swing back into place when one walks through them.
Swinging doors and okie the wood
Shower swing doors...swinging doors...swinging door