Japanese Sliding Door
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This asian influenced contemporary home features Quantum’s custom wood Euro Series Windows. Of particular architectural note are the custom Lift & Slide partition panels flanking the master bath. The pocketing window panels measure just under 5 feet tall and slide along tracks to disappear into the exterior walls. This configuration allows for a virtually unobstructed 10 foot opening with which the homeowners can experience the outdoors from within.
Leading into the dining room are a pair of 4 panel interior sliding doors. Mirroring these same panel specifications are the exterior doors. Here at the home’s main entrance are double Hinged doors inlaid with obscured glass and flanked with top awning architectural windows.
More Japanese Onsen dreams. Great windows too - magpiewoods
photo credit: Jim Tetro
Trendy concrete floor hallway photo in DC Metro
Bathroom, closet bedroom upstairs doors??? - gigi0654
Kitchen - large transitional u-shaped medium tone wood floor and brown floor kitchen idea in Hawaii with an island, an undermount sink, white cabinets, granite countertops, green backsplash, subway tile backsplash and paneled appliances
Small bath remodel inspired by Japanese Bath houses. Wood for walls was salvaged from a dock found in the Willamette River in Portland, Or.
Jeff Stern/In Situ Architecture
Natural light and colors for zen like experience - webuser_589690967
New Construction for a young family with traditional American and Japanese backgrounds.
Photo Credits: David Stansbury
Example of a dining room design in Boston with green walls
alcove to put legs when seated at table. - marjorie_sun
Modern glass house set in the landscape evokes a midcentury vibe. A modern gas fireplace divides the living area with a polished concrete floor from the greenhouse with a gravel floor. The frame is painted steel with aluminum sliding glass door. The front features a green roof with native grasses and the rear is covered with a glass roof.
Photo by: Peter Vanderwarker Photography
If I was a hobbit in a glass house - prsspriggs
We began with a structurally sound 1950’s home. The owners sought to capture views of mountains and lake with a new second story, along with a complete rethinking of the plan.
Basement walls and three fireplaces were saved, along with the main floor deck. The new second story provides a master suite, and professional home office for him. A small office for her is on the main floor, near three children’s bedrooms. The oldest daughter is in college; her room also functions as a guest bedroom.
A second guest room, plus another bath, is in the lower level, along with a media/playroom and an exercise room. The original carport is down there, too, and just inside there is room for the family to remove shoes, hang up coats, and drop their stuff.
The focal point of the home is the flowing living/dining/family/kitchen/terrace area. The living room may be separated via a large rolling door. Pocketing, sliding glass doors open the family and dining area to the terrace, with the original outdoor fireplace/barbeque. When slid into adjacent wall pockets, the combined opening is 28 feet wide.
Walkout Back Patio: Main floor is ground level with backyard. - iyc604
Photo: Esther Hershcovic © 2013 Houzz
Design: Studio MMA
Bathroom - industrial bathroom idea in Montreal with glass-front cabinets
Use frosted glass on door to allow light in from the bedroom. - dawn_talley
Dennis Mayer Photographer
Zen sunroom photo in San Francisco
Japanese screens on inside, windows on outsied - ruthannroyer
1960s courtyard tile patio photo in San Francisco
Japanese Maple. Not fully matured. I'm just guessing this size JM would be in the $400 range or more. Baby JM's probably $100 range but it would take at least 6-8 years to grow this big. - cakfleet
Design ideas for a traditional landscaping in Other.
Designer Tracy Murdock truly had a vision with her home; building upon the Asian elements found throughout the home, she completely gutted the upstairs two bedrooms and created a Japanese style master suite with a private balcony. In the master bedroom, the bed which sits on tatami mats was built high upon a mahogany platform to capture the Pacific views and the sound of the waves washing upon the shore.
A wall of shoji doors slide open to reveal a Zen like master bathroom of black granite and white stone pebbles, where the oval matte white freestanding bathtub becomes exposed to the bedroom and to the plasma television.
slider for bathroom closet maybe? - nkaya
Using authentic materials and traditional Japanese landscaping, we transformed the structure into a Japanese Teahouse.
Entryway photo in Los Angeles
possible screen/glass door option - mitchwelch
Our clients wanted to bring a serene, contemplative atmosphere to their Claremont residence by transforming an old brick building in their cottage garden into a warm, inviting area for relaxation, meditation and gathering.
Engawa - roof slopes down away from the house with a uniform pitch - jennifer_orr44
1950s courtyard tile patio photo in San Francisco
indoor and outdoor ceramic tile with square shape. - forddream
Pacific Rim Bathroom. Walk-in shower features river rock floor and in-shower towels access. Bathroom furnished with traditional Japanese pieces.
Bathroom - asian bathroom idea in Seattle
Is there an affordable Japanese or mid-century style pocket door between the master BR and bath? - marcum_stephaniej
Sectioned off Laundry room with view into the guest bathroom. Sliding doors by Sliding Door Company. Style: Tokyo Door. Material: Frosted Glass and Wenge Color Trim.
Picture: Akiko Tohno
Sliding inexpensive partition ideas - dmg611
Inspiration for a large master carpeted bedroom remodel in Perth with white walls
Like the headboard but without the four posters bed - barbara_nichols26
Example of a transitional home design design in DC Metro
Hallway - rustic carpeted hallway idea in Minneapolis with gray walls
Perfect colors or playroom door - beverly400