Master Suite HallwayTraditional Hall

White crown molding, 6 panel doors with elaborate door casings, and navy blue wall paper give this hallway depth and dimension.

Hallway - mid-sized traditional medium tone wood floor and brown floor hallway idea in Other with white walls —  Houzz
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Kadin Karschner wrote:Nov 20, 2013
  • Kari Guilfoil
    What kind of knobs are paired with these doors? They look like they are smooth and simple without extra detail...is that correct? Thank you!
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    Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
    The knobs are Emtek, egg style in Oil Venetian Bronze.
Deb0125 wrote:Jul 30, 2017
sathork wrote:Jul 27, 2016

What Houzz contributors are saying:

bud_dietrich
Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Know Your House: Interior Door Parts and StylesJul 3, 2013

The number of panels the door has is variable and dependent on the overall visual aesthetic you’re looking to achieve. While flat-slab and six-panel doors mark the two extremes, two-, three-, four- and five-panel doors are all possible. The more panels, the more traditional the design.A three-panel door like the ones shown here is appropriate for a more formal and traditional space.Work with a door professional to create your dream space

What Houzzers are commenting on:

asma_ahmed44
Asma Ahmed added this to MillworkAug 13, 2019

The number of panels the door has is variable and dependent on the overall visual aesthetic you’re looking to achieve. While flat-slab and six-panel doors mark the two extremes, two-, three-, four- and five-panel doors are all possible. The more panels, the more traditional the design. A three-panel door like the ones shown here is appropriate for a more formal and traditional space.

asma_ahmed44
Asma Ahmed added this to Doors & WindowsAug 12, 2019

The number of panels the door has is variable and dependent on the overall visual aesthetic you’re looking to achieve. While flat-slab and six-panel doors mark the two extremes, two-, three-, four- and five-panel doors are all possible. The more panels, the more traditional the design. A three-panel door like the ones shown here is appropriate for a more formal and traditional space. Work with a door professional to create your dream space

jcaswell04
Janet Hinckley added this to Decor StyleFeb 2, 2019

Mix of 6 panel and 3 panel doors. More traditional and formal

smirkopoulos
smirkopoulos added this to smirkopoulos' ideasJan 22, 2019

Clean lines. A little more traditional

fjaneal
fjaneal added this to MTF Laundry/Mud (main)Mar 17, 2018

Double doors might be a good answer in some of this space--laundry pass-through? half bath? I'm leaning toward laundry pass-through but less certain on bath. Pocket doors are still a consideration.

ivapav
ivapav added this to PitešaFeb 22, 2018

bijela vrata i drveni pod (?to ne)

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