27,031 split door Living Room Design Photos

Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
Ideabooks4,013
Questions8
where did you get the french door, door handle from? what kind is it?
I Like the simple three square door
love the pane size in these french doors
Idea for french doors going onto patio
Whatever the art, few things are as beautiful as an outdoor view. Adding French doors or windows brings in light and elegance.
Update your doors with muntins. If your living room has French or glass doors, horizontal muntins can add a touch of detail and craftsmanship. Horizontal lines can
“Design” — summit007
Turner Pocock
London Mews House
Ideabooks1,979
Questions4
Where did you find the doors to the room
Glass and metal doors to add detail to doorway opening
Small living room with folding doors.
Join the monochrome setIf black and white rock your world, black is a clear winner for picture frames. This casual array of framed photographs is a cool statement on two shelves, the dark lines echoing the grid of the glazed doors. Resting frames on a shelf – ideally
Frame with glass and steelA view isn’t always about looking out – it can exist within a house. Rather than solid walls and doors, this living space has a wall of windows and glass doors. This creates a view through the house, from one room to the next, beautifully bordered by the black steel frames.
“sharpness” — hellosg123
Amy A. Alper
5 Reviews
Healdsburg Transformation
Ideabooks1,001
Questions0
Ceiling over kitchen; extractor fan, island, glossy white cupboard doors
split levels interior
Split level...Split level idea
“Floor transition” — lizdaf
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Arlington Residence
Ideabooks3,046
Questions8
renovation of a 1980s split level house in the Virginia suburbs. Main level includes reading room, dining, kitchen, living and master bedroom suite. New front elevation at entry, new rear deck and complete re-cladding of the house. Interior: The prototypical layout of the split level home tends to separate
landing was opened up to create a double height space, with enlarged windows. The rear wall of the house was opened up with continuous glass windows and doors to maximize the views and light. A new simplified single level deck replaced the old one.
“Paint” — gogetta31
Madeen Interior Design
Residential Furnishing Projects
Ideabooks765
Questions4
how to split kitchen and family room
colors doors a little to woodsy but still like
Like the wood trim - doors - are
Glass doors and windows
French doors to patio
windows and sliding door
Window over door...French door/deck...Wooden windows door...Doors to deck...glass door
“Interior decorating” — bknep
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Baylor
Ideabooks2,275
Questions9
Like the two different sizes. Have the shorter one closer to the door. Also, my making it into two, makes it more practical in the future if you have to split sideboards
This is great: the layout; the modern fireplace; the doors on either side, one could be a mirror
EXAMPLE OF GLASS DOORS TO USE AS FRONT DOOR
shades mounted on top of French doors
“Fireplace” — lindastinauer
Louise Lakier
1 Review
Casa Balcones
Ideabooks1,939
Questions2
I love this wall of doors
placement of couch in front of door
Back-up option for doors.
Nice wooden bifold doors
doors to outside....think about contemporary
windows/doors, wall of windows
beams, bi-folding doors
door units for windows?
Slate tiles/doors...Glass doors......accordian door...Great doors!...cool doors!!!!...Folding doors...Glass doors...accordion doors
“Sofa” — chachy115
Upscale Construction
1 Review
Evergreen Drive
Ideabooks2,427
Questions5
Can you tell me about the doors used?
My sliding glass doors have a span of approx 15'. Need a curtain rod that allows continuous pull to either side. The rod in the picture might allow this. Looks like the rod supports allow the entire curtain to be moved to the left or right.
room opening doors with high drapes for privacy
Exterior doors that open up living space
big inside doors that open up room to outside
“Backyard” — Marc Vesta
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