9 hanging sliding doors Midcentury Kids Design Photos

Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Stolp
love the door off play room!
Did it come with the house? If not, where did you get the door?
Great way to have light and yet door remains secure, any one can see who is at the door. Friend or Foe.
Suva sliding doors, short cabinets
doors to cover pantry idea
Storage combination with doors
Doored storage...interior door
“Stuva Schränke” — ngee
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
The girl's escape...
It looks very comfortable for just hanging out.
The sliding sofa...Sliding Sofa
“Lamp” — alexacar
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
Train Table & Car Bed for the Boy
blue closet doors
car/marble slide on wall
Consider different colors for doors
Sky - doors :-)...closet doors blue...Bella's closet door...painted closet door
“shelves for cars” — sharonlee311
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Boy Bedroom with Shed Dormer
Milgard Doors and Windows in Bill Fry
Modern door/frame/handle
hanging mobile...white door
“Paint” — cpescho
Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Brentwood - Sullivan Canyon
pottery barn hanging ornaments into lights
The hanging ornaments from Pottery Barn were used as light fixtures.
ceiling, pocket door, wood and white trim
See hanging chandelier for Lana's bedroom
lighting fixtures hanging from wood ceiling
Pottery Barn hanging ornaments turned into light fixtures.
some Pottery Barn hanging ornaments, turned into light fixtures
The daughter fell in love with some Pottery Barn hanging ornaments, so Jay turned them
The daughter fell in love with some Pottery Barn hanging ornaments, so Jay turned them into light fixtures. The original floors were painted a powder blue.
“Hallway, third floor bedroom?” — Leon Latino
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Stolp
We just bought a 1957 vintage mid-century modern home. The 95x95 aluminum sliding glass doors, and matching "windows" (walls of glass) are not only single-paned, but also, don't slide well. A couple of them have been sealed shut due to leaks (Leeward side of a body of water) or
or other problems. Eventually we are going to have to replace them. Did you replace your windows and doors? IF so, can you tell us what manufacturers you considered and then which was your end decision? Lastly, did you stick with aluminum or switch to vinyl (gasp!)? THANK YOU!!
“Kids Room” — Jai Shannon
reStyled by Valerie
3 Reviews
Bexley Mid Century Home
sliding door curtain
“Unbelievable” — jilllalek
One Small Room - OSR Interiors & Building Design
3 Reviews
Residential snapshot
sliding cabinet doors
“clever desk” — Elise Greyson Klitzner
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