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GlassFor any door glazing is required to be tempered or laminated for safety by code. From an efficiency standpoint, glass near conditioned space should always be insulated. Glass is, of course, more expensive than a solid door, but it preserves the visual indoor-outdoor connections even when the door is closed. Glazing will also affect the proportions of the panels, limiting their width and height. Again manufacturers offer simple design guidelines for this.
“Do not do whatever you want. Because as soon as you start buying things, Mr. or Ms. No Opinion will suddenly have an opinion.” — Fred AlbertCouples, if you are planning to renovate or redecorate, create some ideabooks of your own and then compare notes. Full story: Decorating 101: How to Start a Decorating Project