Glass doors are often used as exterior doors as they look beautiful and let in lots of light, but you can rock them inside too! Glass doors divide rooms gently – glass helps to separate them subtly, but still unites them and lets light through. You can choose between different glass door options to rock: classic French doors for a sophisticated feel, modern design for a bold look, or sliding doors to save space. Let’s consider all to choose from.
French doors are the most popular, everyone rocks them indoors and outdoors. These are nifty doors with panels of glass that easily go with many decor and color schemes. Classic French French window doors made of white wood fit into the interiors of shabby chic, vintage and rustic. If you don’t have one, you can always find stylish looks that fit. French with a black frame or dark wood are a great modern alternative to traditional doors and not only fit into a modern interior but also make a cool statement. Thin metal frames gently divide the rooms and let in lots of light.
Modern glass doors
If you don’t want or are preoccupied with French classics, opt for more modern doors with glass panels. There are amazing floor-to-ceiling glass doors with just a few frames – there is no other partition that is as modern and delicate. There are also folding options for those who want to save some space. You can also go for a very subtle subdivision for no framed glass door. If you need a subtle framed look, paint the metal with neutral colors like beige, ivory, or light gray.
Sliding glass doors
This is a separate category I wanted to share – you can find options for each style here including two previous ones but we often run out of space so this point is a must I think. There are rustic, modern, minimalist and other types of doors to choose from so it is easy for you to find a suitable option. Look out for frameless glass doors or stylish etched doors with a specific pattern to make your space look amazing.