Glass doors are often used as outdoor ones because they look beautiful and bring much light in but you can also rock them indoors, too! Glass doors gently divide spaces – glass helps to separate them subtly but still unite them and let the light go through. You can choose different glass door options to rock: classic French doors for a refined feel, modern design for a bold look or sliding ones to save some space. Let’s consider all of them to choose.
French doors are the most popular ones, everybody rocks them indoors and outdoors. These are refined doors with glass panes, and they can easily match lots of décor and color schemes. Classic white wood French doors will fit shabby chic, vintage and rustic interiors, and if you don’t have any of them, you can always find stylish takes that fit. Black framed or dark wood French doors are a great modern alternative to traditional ones and will not only fit a modern interior but also make a cool statement. Thin metal framing will gently divide the spaces and let much light in.
white French doors match a shabby chic interior and let ght light in
replace solid door in dining room with French glass door for more light in the hallway
black framed French doors for connecting the interiors with each other
Scandinavian interiors with black framed French doors to fill the spaces with light
French doors from reclaimed wood for a rustic space
classic French doors in white look amazing in any traditional space
French doors with a modern look in black frames to separate the bedroom from the rest of the apartment
French door with black metal framing to separate the hallway from the kitchen
black metal framing will give French doors a fresh new look still refined as before
exquisite take on traditional French doors, wood painted white with adorable framing
arched white French doors for airy and light-filled interiors
Modern Glass Doors
If you don’t want French classics or takes on it, opt for more modern doors with glass panes. There are amazing floor to ceiling glass doors with just some framing – there’s no other separating that would be so modern and delicate. There are folding options for those who want to save some space, too. You can also go for no frame glass door for a very subtle division. If you need a subtle look but with framing, paint the metal with some neutral colors like beige, ivory or light grey.
internal doors made from oak with glass paneling throughout; providing a simple yet elegant transition from living room to dining room
modern ceiling to floor metal frame glass doors
black metal frame glass doors for the kitchen nook
black metal glass doors with simple modern design
black metal framing and a door with no frames that looks aethereal
floor to ceiling black framed glass doors look perfect in a neutral modern ambience
beige metal framing doors look ethereal and can be covered with curtains for privacy
the kitchen and dining room divided with a framed glass wall with a door
if you have an industrial space, such black framed doors will be to the point
folding black frame glass doors separating the kitchen and the living room
frameless glass doors are the best way to separate the spaces gently
etched glass framed doors for a bathroom
Sliding Glass Doors
This is a separate category I wanted to share – here you’ll find options of every style including two previous ones but we often face a lack of space, so this point is a must, I think. There are rustic, modern, minimalist and other types of doors to choose from, so you can easily find a proper option. Pay attention to frameless glass doors or stylish etched ones with some pattern to make your space look amazing.