Full Height Door DetailsModern Home Office, Toronto

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karenmdunn wrote:Jul 21, 2014
  • Steven
    I believe they are Emtek. Athena in stainless steel with a similarly coloured disk rosette.
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linamalina wrote:May 24, 2013
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    Andrew Snow Photography
    Thanks for the question. The doors were actually custom built by the owner of this house - a millworker here in Toronto.
  • Sina Zekavaty
    Hello I am from Toronto and would like to know who built this door and what kind of wood is it. Thank you very much!
kenra wrote:Nov 28, 2013
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PAD Architecture wrote:Oct 15, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Affecting Spaces added this to 13 Ways to Create the Illusion of Room HeightAug 18, 2015

    3. Doors and passageways. One of the most effective ways to make your space feel more open and taller is by using full-height doors and taller passageways. Having lower passageways can really make your space feel oppressive.Learn how to upgrade your house with new interior doors

    Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: Thinking Differently About DoorsOct 14, 2013

    Relatable size and material tie these elements together. The designer has treated this passage door much like the cabinetry: as a fine furniture piece. Whether open or closed, this door feels like part of the overall composition of the shelving unit. Integrating passage doors into walls of cabinetry establishes a common language between elements. This is an advantage in spaces where many disparate elements are closely positioned.

    Andrew Snow Photography added this to My Houzz: Polished Urban Sanctuary in TorontoMay 27, 2012

    Bugler specializes in doors and windows, so he made sure that the few doors in the house are showstoppers. These doors stretch from floor to ceiling and are made from walnut with an inset walnut casing. They are satisfyingly heavy and feel engineered to perfection.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Sherill Ren added this to Just In CaseMay 23, 2019

    Alex is this the floor to ceiling door we are doing? I like it!

    miriamfdevries added this to Wish ListFeb 11, 2019

    door height can make ceilings look higher

    L J added this to jermanlori's ideasOct 14, 2018

    Using full height doors. Great idea to add heighth

    HU-11331797 added this to MASSIVE DOORSOct 7, 2018

    Extremely tall doors, but not modern

    debbiethiru added this to New Beach CondoJul 2, 2018

    use taller doors to make a room feel bigger - floor to ceiling

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