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Thanks to a range of possible materials for the panel inserts, these sliding doors from Modernus are insanely versatile. Use with glass to let in light, or try wood or lacquer inserts for a more defined division of space.
These folding doors have a great mid century modern feel to their design with a contemporary take. I like the idea of adding architectural interest and separation while letting light flow in.
There are enough finish and material options for this door to make your head spin, making it perfect for customizing a look to fit your particular space.
This door feels like it's been transported from a monastery in the French countryside. It's a classic look that compliments a range of architecture.
If you're looking to make a statement in your entry way, this door definitely sets the stage. The intricate wrought iron pattern adds strength, design and delicacy to the picture for a beautiful effect.
"Entwined"_what a great opportunity to design the screen door grillwork for one of Austin's finest Hyde Park area homes. I love the challenge of designing for an arched doorway.
I love pocket doors for their space-saving design, but these in particular are pretty great for other reasons too. Not only does the frosted glass let in light, the etched pattern adds interest.
This shiny stainless steel door shows your modern style right from the street. I also love that substantial handle, and the locking mechanism (are those four deadbolts I count?) looks like it means business too.
Anything that does double-duty appeals to the multi-tasker in me, so these sliding doors are right up my alley. They're room dividers and works of art all in one!
It's hard to beat the modern simplicity of this door from Modernus, with a clean shape that's at once eye-catching and extremely versatile. I love the varied shade of wood shown but there are a ton of other options as well.
The geometric pattern of square repeats for a clean, modern effect. It's a great way to carry modern design to your front door.
I like these sliding doors from Modernus because they let in light while still providing privacy, thanks to the frosted glass panels. And you can customize the materials, including metal, lacquer and wood frame, to get the right door for your space.
The combination of glass and iron provides the benefits of light with the security you want for a front door. What a beautiful way to make a statement with your entryway.
I love the heavy solid doors that provide security and heft coupled with a transom of windows over the top to let the light in.
I love this door concept for contemporary, open spaces like lofts. It give you the opportunity to create separation but maintain the open feeling of a space.
I love how substantial the this carved wood door is. The entire package is perfectly framed by the architecture.
This craftsman style door has a twist. The traditional door is flanked by a glass panel with branches entwined all the way up. It adds interest, incorporates nature and provides light with security.
This door is unique and beautiful. The wood planking has a rustic feel to it that's carried on with the beautiful iron branches throughout the window panels. It's a great choice for a cabin or house in a more natural setting.
I like the light feeling the glass panels give this door. It's a great way to create privacy while still allowing for an open feel.
This craftsman door as the added architectural feature of a rounded top. I like how this adds interest to the door and the front of a house.
This door has a beautiful wood finish and contemporary design. Glass always lightens things up while adding architectural interest to a space.
I like how the series of squares adds interest to this interior door. The design reminds me of retro doors from the 60s with a contemporary touch.
This door has the double advantage of a nice wide, substantial profile and wonderful beveled glass to let the light in. It's a great way to add light to the entryway and make a statement.
Custom 2 1/4" solid cypress doors. Door cores are reclaimed from the scrap from the roof framing. Hardware is custom made exposed track, farm style in stainless steel.
These doors have a wild silvery sheen to the glass. I love the effect of glass doors in a space - they create space and light all on their own.
Doors like this with their square glass cutouts remind me of my childhood. I love the design and love the light. This kit lets you convert your door in an affordable, great looking way.
Composed of modular panels, this door system can open things up and conversely, close them off. Light and self-closing, this system can help create a new series of convertible spaces in a large open floor plan.
These doors are classic and can serve as interior or exterior french doors. The classic paneling is nicely accented by glass on the top part that lets the light shine in.
I love the river of color flowing down each of these doors. A unique custom glass door like this can add color, art, and privacy while maintaining a light feel.
This is a great way to add a glass door to the front or back of your house and bring architectural interest with it. Glass doors are great because they allow you to add natural light to an entryway that may otherwise be dark and dingy.
The series of squares in the design of this door lend an architectural element that will stand out in a space. The frosted glass adds privacy while still allowing light.
Internal Veneer Door with Glass
The intricate iron work in this door really makes the statement. It can be stained natural or add a color for a more diverse look.
Knotty Alder Wood Door
This door has a super contemporary look with the metal and glass combination. It can be used as a single or double exterior door.
Milano-14 Double door
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