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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.
For the indecisive pie baker, there's finally a resolution. The really indecisive can always get two. This also works well to stop sibling rivalry at the holiday table before it even starts ("Mom likes me better, she made my favorite pie!").
Split Decision Pie Pan
An remake of the iconic design from Knoll in the late 50's, the 'Parallel Bar' series, which look as though they come directly off of the set of 'Mad Men'.
Split Rail Chair
The classic split rail couch from the sixties and based on an original design by Florence Knoll. I love this couch and wish I had one - right out of Mad Men. Available in dozens of fabric options.
Split Rail Couch With Arms
Keep the spices and oils corralled so that you have free space on your shelves for bigger things. A little order goes a long way.
Door Mount Spice Rack
There's nothing more modern than a grid, and this simple grid of shelves fits right up against the wall, appearing to float. It can also serve as a modern room divider in a more open space.
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 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.
Milano-14 Stainless Exterior Door
First of all, just the name "MagnaPods" makes me want to run right out and snatch some of these up. But besides that, these would be fantastic for the bathroom. I could keep my makeup out of the reach of prying little fingers and off of the countertop.
I don't think I've ever seen lattice done in such a modern fashion as with this swing door. The cherry wood is a nice warm contrast to the sleek shape, but it's also available in maple, wenge, and canaletto walnut should you prefer a different look.
Get creative and design the living room of your dreams. This modular section can be paired with any of the Jackson sectional pieces to create the perfect shape that your room needs. The oversized seat and pillows make it the ultimate lounger, but the clean design still keeps it modern and hip. The...
Jackson (M) 96" Split Armless...
Kind of like a sofa bed being a given in the living room, I think a medicine cabinet is a given in the bathroom for small city apartments. When space is limited, why would you not use one?
Not only do I love this mid century modern design, I love the color coordination and the porch furniture in this picture. What a perfect retro look.
The Fontenot Doorlite Kit
Everyone has a "junk drawer" in the home somewhere — mine is in my kitchen. It's where flyers for new restaurants, take-out menus and appliance manuals go. This over-the-door pocket tucks away and puts these things at arm's reach and out of sight at the same time.
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.
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.
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.
Let me first keep you from being confused. This door has been wallpapered, and I picked this image to show how well it can tuck itself right into a wallpapered wall. It becomes so flush with the wall because of its concealed hinges and invisible door jamb that you can keep it from standing out.
Object Creative's Redoor is made out of reclaimed and repurposed traditional house doors. This husband and wife designer team then uses a CNC router to cut designs and patterns into these solid wood doors, which are then painted with a lacquered color.
I've always loved containers flanking the front door. They draw the eye in and stylishly welcome visitors.
Here's a great idea for customizing an entry. Crestview's doorlite kits can be used with any standard door to bring light to an entry. Based on Mid-Century Modern designs, a few of these glass panels installed horizontally turn a door in mod-cool design element worthy of your home's entrance.
The Allandale Doorlite Kit
It's amazing what a single slim window can do to a standard exterior door. This one comes with instructions for how to install to get your own mod-cool door to welcome guests.
As a woman, a spot to keep my hair dryer and go-to products is an important part of the daily getting-ready ritual. Having everything all in one place makes it even better!
Hair Care Rack
Complementing a current or classic home, this knob would make an ideal choice for someone wanting design flexibility.
This fresh glass-front cabinet is from Ikea's new PS Collection. The glass fronts act like curio boxes, transforming even the most mundane stacks of magazines into a chic statement. For a more personal look, try customizing the piece by painting just inside the door frames in pale blue or yellow.
Use the backs of doors to store and organize items in baths, closets, pantries, laundries and even bedrooms!
Over-the-Door Bath Storage
Super Capacity French Door...
After spending hours searching online and taking countless cell phone pictures at the local home improvement store, I finally found the perfect vanity for the hall bathroom remodel. The space is small, and this sink will fit right in. It will also look great too.
Sleek and modern, this knob would make a white door positively pop. It's chic lines and curves would also look stunning paired with a full glass door.
The Pro 48 Sub-Zero is the "creme de la creme" of refrigerators in my opinion. Even though I don't have a glass window, I still like to organize what is in my refrigerator with some flair.
PRO 48 with Glass Door
One of my biggest pet peeves is when classic bathroom designs get the boring, old, polished chrome shower pull. I love this knob so much. It's a custom piece, but it's one of the most beautiful details I have seen, regarding shower doors, in a long time.