Give Your Home A Facelift With These Door Designs!

Your house is much more than just a home. It can be a statement about your sense of style and design. Different types of glass doors are a great way to breathe life into your house. They allow an enormous amount of light through can brighten up your home easily. Your kitchen cabinets can also offer a unique opportunity to show your stylish side. If you are looking to enhance the appearance of your house, why not take the following door designs into consideration?

Pocket glass doors

Let’s say your kitchen is not as spacious as you would want it to be or you are just looking to save some space and make your kitchen appear more spacious, this design is what you are looking for. Instead of opening into a room like a typical door, pocket doors fold into each other. Due to this, pocket doors create a sense of spaciousness in a room and still manage to retain the elegance of a glass door.

French glass doors


This design is trendy in modern kitchen and comes in three varieties: One lite French door has a single glass door encased in a frame. Your glass can be plain to achieve a simple, stylish design, frosted for an extra sense of privacy or even decorated with art and patterns. Divided lite French doors as the name suggests, contains multiple glass panels on each door. The glass panels can be as many as 15 per door, but the number depends on the manufacturer and the size of your door. Separating the panels of glass on a door with wooden mullions add a little flamboyancy to the design making it more attractive. The Bifold French doors are normally one lite or five lite doors.

Sliding glass doors

Simplicity is genius. The most common design is two doors each with single glass panes enclosed in a frame, but they come in a huge variety. You can have multiple glass panes on a door or you can even have a single sliding door instead of the conventional two. They are also good for saving up some extra space since like the pocket glass doors, they don’t open into a room. You simply slide the window to the side. They offer a great view to adjacent rooms or to the outside, depending on where you put them. They are generally one of the most economic glass doors, but their simplicity makes them quite something to look at. They are also useful for ventilation and can even eliminate the use of an air conditioner during the summer.

Swing glass doors

As the name might suggest, swing doors open by singing into a room similar to a normal door only in this case, instead of wood, the door is made from glass. Since the size of the glass door is about the size of a normal door, it is a very cheap alternative to your ordinary door. Though they come in a variety of designs and patterns, swing glass doors look best when tinted with pale colors.

Barn glass doors

The barn doors are really beautiful and functional. They come with an impressive hardware of trolleys and track that handle the bulk of the weight and the movement of the door. This allows the door to make easier movements.

Kitchen cabinet doors

Your kitchen is probably one of the last parts of your house that you think about upgrading but you don’t necessarily have to redesign the whole kitchen to give it a facelift. Kitchen cabinets occupy a large part of the kitchen so their design can give a fresh look to your kitchen without hurting your pockets. Below are a few designs that may be suitable depending on your budget estimates:

• Shaker

This is a popular cabinet door style in modern designs, but it works just as well with traditional designs. It consists of a four panels that together surround a panel at the center. This is a design that utilizes neat lines to emphasize elegance but still remains an economic depending on the type of wood used to create your cabinets.

• Louvered

This design utilizes wooden slats similar to the ones used in windows which mean they have excellent flow of air in and out of the cabinet. They are unique and offer well suited storage place for devices, clothes or anything that requires ventilation. The only drawback to this design is the prices which is very high, but if you can afford it, go for it.

• Inset

As the name suggests, this is a model designed with accurate measurements so that the kitchen cabinet doors rest inside the edge of your cabinet frame as opposed to outside as you would find in normal cabinet doors. It has been around for quite a while and doesn’t look like it is going to be obsolete any time soon. This however comes with quite a heavy price tag so be sure to take that into consideration.

As you can see, door designs can easily provide your house with a facelift. But with the different designs come the different considerations so make sure you measure your needs against your budget before selecting an interior door design for application to achieve successful home improvement.

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