789 modern glass entry doors Home Office Design Photos

Brunelleschi Construction
14 Reviews
Hart
Ideabooks2,136
Questions1
ronic doors give the homeowner the option of privacy from the rest of the home.
sliding door hardware to suit all styles and needs. Give us a call at 1 (866) 815-8151
Doors from the sun room to the den
Sliding doors for den. Probably would want glass - French doors
Sliding Double Doors on an Arch way to make private
Sliding doors with covers over track.
sliding doors were added to Earl Hart’s office to give him some much-needed privacy. “He’s kind of a gadget geek, and these doors operate by remote control, so he loves them,” says Carrino. “He can go in here, shut the door and work on projects.”
“Use current doors??? Refinish. Buy hardware. Attach.” — Tiffany Hoke
Michael Matrka, Inc
11 Reviews
Matrka Inc.
Ideabooks3,743
Questions4
Door are magnificent. Were they custom made or commercially available?
What is the type of patterned glass placed in the door please?
door into study: seeded glass wood doors
like woodwork and glass in doors #1
leaded glass or... not regular glass for doors to the office off the entry
nice glass maybe for pantry door?
Maybe this glass on front door
“door” — starrcathy
Eclectic Home Office
Ideabooks1,347
Questions1
Is that a single door? What sizes it
Mix of modern, midcentury, and eclectic design
black pocket door with glass that we had...dont like hardware. maybe only three panes
sliding pocket/glass door for light between rooms
It's super modern in a budget
I like the glass pocket doors for the dressing room!
window pane pocket door for between front of house and back room
like the molding above door - maybe above sliding door in dining room
with glass paneled pocket doors. This carrel serves as spill-over work space and brings natural light into the adjoining rooms.
“Small living room before bedroom” — twinton
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Harrell Remodeling
5 Reviews
Home Office
Ideabooks9,632
Questions6
Can you tell me were this door hardware is from, trying to find something like this for a large pocket door we are installing and hate the
pocket door kit which is the fancy term for all the odds and ends you need to make it work. Then you purchase a standard door. Obviously one without hinges or a door handle whole. Pretty cool! Lowes Pocket Door Kit: http://www.lowes.com/pd_109872-1277-PDFC150-00-68_0__?productId=3166865&Ntt=pocket+
I think this looks like it may have a shoji screen aesthetic. Perhaps try here: http://www.cherrytreedesign.com/PocketDoors.php
Hardwood floor. Darker wood look with pocket doors.
sliding doors between living room and dining room
like the french doors. cool look
“Like doors & space” — naulinstyle13
Modern Craft Construction, LLC
19 Reviews
Amaya
Ideabooks18,559
Questions15
What type of hinges did you use on your doors. Most bi-fold doors put the hinges on the back side of the door and they need the track at the top of the door jam - I do not like their setup. I noticed your doors hinges are on the side of the doors - so what type of hinges did you use
sliding doors and wanted Bi-fold doors in wood
the problem I have the its wide 109 inches and length 82 and the door opens on the left side. what kind of hardware and how would I use hang the bi-fold doors any suggestions.
Where are the glass knob and keyholes from on the doors
like the doors. where can I get them? Thanks.
Are those doors on a tracking system? If not, they look like exactly what I need. How does it work without h
“hidden office” — charlielux
About:Space, LLC
3 Reviews
Avant Garde Harbor Home
Ideabooks1,047
Questions2
Are those pocket doors? Who created/built them?
Where did u get that fab front door? Amazing. Love it!
laminated glass with fabric sandwiched between panes, made by Pulp Studios in LA. The glass gives the doors visual depth, allows natural light to flow between spaces, but provides privacy. On each side of the glass, there is a grid of wood in a traditional Korean panel (the wife is proudly Koeran). The
pocket doors. They were custom made. There is a center panel w a "grill" inspired by a detail in a Korean palace. The grill is made of wood, as is the door frame., with a high-polish lacquer finish Sandwiched between the two grills is a custom piece of glass, it is laminated glass with semi-sheer
“wow, sky is the limit!” — jmwoodrow
Tim Cuppett Architects
10 Reviews
Historic House
Ideabooks3,363
Questions3
Hello, I am looking at installing a door similar to the one in your photo. Where can I purchase something like this? Thank you for your help!
What are the size of the doors and opening?
A 36" door was trimmed and split, made possible by an existing vertical center rail in the door.
This house is so well done. I so appreciate the authentic farmhouse aesthetic you maintained/achieved throughout, while at the same time tastefully including touches of modern. Kudos
larger door, has to have middle board (stile)
It's the vertically split door I am after
Doors, room, wood on walls, all of it!
“Bathroom doors” — ryder063
Urrutia Design
Urrutia Design
Ideabooks15,783
Questions17
Do I see some sort of door in front of the desk to close off the space if evening privacy was wanted?
I have oak doors and trim throughout my house. Looking for ideas to update my house.
these doors in the home already or were they purchased? If they were purchased, do you recall the manufacturer?
What type of doors are those leading into the sitting area? Are they double paned? When they are closed do they block a lot of the noise between rooms? I'm thinking of dividing my bedroom like this and using the "sitting area" as a guest room when needed. I do not, however, want it
The doors were manufactured for the house. The vendor is Glass Concepts located in San Rafael, CA. Contact Jeff Wilcox for information. Urrutia Design/Jason Urrutia
“Mirror” — hwjacelon
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