Sliding Doors Design


Maybe you would think that sliding door is always identical to the Japanese home design, but nowadays this kind of door is used in many kinds of home design. This door could be used in many kinds of room in your house. Beside that, this sliding door consists of many kind of style, including French sliding door, glass sliding door, pella sliding door, patio sliding door, bypass sliding doors, shoji sliding doors,arcadia sliding doors and others. Beside, it could be used whether for your interior or exterior home design. When, we are talking about sliding door designs, it would give you a lot of advantages, whether it is practical, functional, or aesthetics advantages.

Patio Sliding Door DesignPatio Sliding Door Design

Then, let’s come to the description of some kinds of sliding door. Pocket sliding door is one of the example of sliding door. Based on its name, this kind of door would help you in maintaining the small room space of your room. This door does not need much space in your room. Beside of that function, this door is very nice and suitable for either minimalist, contemporary or mixing home interior design. This door could be used in the bedroom, kitchen, living room , or other room.

Glass sliding door designGlass sliding door design

Then, let’s come to the sliding door for your bathroom. Since bathroom is being a privacy room for you where you could release your tired, having sliding door, especially contemporary sliding door would give you a nice touch on your bathroom design. This kind of sliding door would give you  modern look where the stainless material as the identical for the modern material. Beside aving an elegance look, this kind of door would give you very good security and it could last long and you do not need to worry about it. This kind of door is also easily to be maintained so that you do not need to clean it everyday.

Another example of sliding door is that glass sliding door. This sliding door also would give you a lot of advantages, such as saving the room sapce, enjoying the outside, view and others. If you have a garden or water fountain outside your home interior, you still could enjoy it from your own room since this glass sliding would give you a chance to do that. beside that, by having sliding glass door, you would be helped by this door. How is that? if you have kids and you should finish your home tasks, you could let your kids play in the backyard and you still could watch them from the inside.

So, what do you think about these sliding door designs? Are you interested in it?

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91 thoughts on “Sliding Doors Design

  1. Dashawn

    The building shows astonishing promise. I the unmentioned challenge will be to a to scale the furnishings to such a area so that it looks less institutional and more coherent.The only major I can is that they probably should acquire tackled the ceiling and floors before in. They are not minimalists, and doing those two elements is going to require packing up their lives, out, and then in again. It is considerable more costly and disruptive to that later rather than up front before the initial move. Once the ceiling and floors are done, everything else can be done with the family residing there, provided they can handle the noise and chaos.

  2. Talia@66

    Food markets with and cheeses and locally made products are my number one approved shopping place, followed by grocery stores, bookstores, and drugstores. I devour to employ public transport because I the feeling of being immersed in a culture (as opposed to the protected capsule that is a rental car).But my to be anywhere I crawl is outside walking in countryside or in gardens that are to the public. I also a that I can clamber around in and figure out how it was built and what it was like.

  3. OpheliaAniya

    DWF! Hilarious! I was thinking the same thing. But I appreciate this version better.What I really want are those bee pulls.It must be made by the same factory that made the Pottery Barn one, though, because yet again, there is random pull placement.

  4. Declan Davian P.

    I had my kitchen and bathroom recently renovated in my coop apartment by Anthony Riccio and his crew. I am thrilled at how it looks. Anthony kept me informed about every detail, issue, potential and in a and professional way.He and his workers were responsive to requests for correcting work that was not quite up to my standards. He has a can attitude and puts the client at ease. He was always available by phone, email or text. He followed up on every detail and has a lot of passion for what he does. His team of Teddy and Bobby were great. They were on the job for the entire 8 weeks it took. Their workmanship was amazing.I would highly recommend him and AD Custom Interiors. He has a lot of experience and knowledge about what it takes to effect the job right. It is truly professional workmanship.Everyone that comes by to the renovated plot is blown away, and says how lucky I am to found someone who could such a job. I would definitely him again.

  5. Santiago@1962

    Someone posted (I on AT?) a a month or so ago:Flor tiles. as many of these carpet tiles as you want in whatever colors and nail/stick them up on the wall. Add pushpins and you are done.

  6. Kyan

    I adore the sewing noon and I am jealous of how organized and it is. I am the type of a person who is always looking for something – the best example would be my glasses (at home, I immediately buy them off and I them on only when I TV) – I leave them anywhere and everywhere. I I am genetically uncapable of leading an organized existence.

  7. Cesar.Heath

    I hand wash my dishes despite me having a dishwasher.The reason is I live alone and don’t consume many dishes daily. I will reuse the same * and skillet multiple times a week but it’s seems easier to wash them before I to bed and reuse them the next day, verse turning on the dishwasher for 5 items (skillet, plate, fork, knife and cup).I’m if I was a family of 5 and ate 3 meals a day at my house it would be different and more practical but for solo me I my with hand washing daily. I barely enough dishes and cook wear to up my dishwasher during the rare times I it. XD

  8. EstebanThaddeus

    I checked out the lamp yesterday–I wonder why the press materials and website not mention that these lamps are allotment of a program between Unicef and Ikea? The Ikea people I talked to were emphatic about the point that they donate one lamp to a third world child for every lamp sold at the store….

  9. Timothy-Julio-Maximillian

    Looks extremely similar to the Tom Dixon stool for Cappellini, but not an identical match.Closer than the previously-suggested Jamaica stool, though.Personally, I assume the legs on the Dixon stool to the stools in your photo, but being of Cappellini they are of course some grand expensive legs.

  10. Mila.Molly.Daleyza

    Ooh – what Magoo said. Except:1. I would a drop-leaf table in the kitchen for everyday, and add a folding one for events and projects.2. Storage benches at kitchen table.3. Sleeper loveseat or sectional chairs that push together to a loveseat.4. banks of shelving wherever you can fit them.Sources: Some of the ideas a costly. second hand stores should be your best friends, esp. if you can one that sells hotel furniture. You could accumulate a sleeper in an extra-small size, as our daughter did. (It is blooming garish, but a canvas dropcloth makes a oatmeal slipcover for $25) Only caveat is the weight of a sleeper – possibly too if you bear a curving stair.Shelves can be made out of wall-mounted standards and pre-finished shelves. cheap – maybe cheaper than IKEA?Wicker furniture from Pier One has always been a for us – comfy, cheap, and tucks into spaces.Good luck – and hunting!

  11. Edwin 777

    OK, Let me you to reality. If a guy comes up to your apartment…he really could care less how your is decorated. (As long as your not totally off the wall). We are guys, and yes we being stylish, but we really are trying to YOU. You invite us up and I our mission will not be trying to figure out what your apartment decor says about you…we will other things on our mind

  12. Cataleya-Ariadne

    Rustoleum has a Colonial that is a darker crimson with a blue undertone, instead of orange undertones, that comes in spray cans and pints/quarts for brush painting.

  13. Conor.Alessandro.Keanu

    I loved the clothes rack too! of inexpensive mass-produced furniture (i.e. Ikea, CB2 and the like) with some personalizing elements (i.e. art, plants, etc.) The TV is distractingly odd–I wanting to face the window view, but in that case maybe TV on wheeled cart and it when not in (What I do). They the bonus of inhabiting a high architectual apartment, but deserve credit for furnishing it appropriately and well. Kitchen had a few too many items stored on top of cabinets–edit a bit. Otherwise, a extremely space.

  14. Alexis Giancarlo

    I agree with the shower proposal, but that is personal tastes. what suits you best.It will be extremely difficult and expensive (if not impossible) to the toilet. What you are able to vis-a-vis the bathtub/shower depends upon what is in the around the toilet, what floor you are on, and what is below you. You may to raise the bathroom slightly so drain lines can underneath a platformed floor (the lines need to be pitched 1/2 per foot of travel).Before getting too deep into the process of finding fixtures, catch a reputable bathroom remodeler out to what you and what can be done. If the plumbing lines are accessible (in the floor or in the apartment/space below you), this is all readily doable. If you need to a platform, you may that the quaint of your bath is preferable. If plumbling lines would need to be sent up from the basement/lead pipes removed/etc., this is a different equation.

  15. Hugo-Shaun-Brodie

    The meat on the bottom shelf is to prevent it dripping blood and other liquids onto other food, which may be a cause of food poisoning.Meats should be in a sealed container even at the bottom of the fridge though. (To them dripping everywhere).Not all the supermarket, deli and butcheries achieve the meat products into sealed plastic which means leaks happen. (Often).

  16. Kora_Erika_Rhea

    @Alana-in-Canada @asrumeu Thanks! Will expwriment with the bicarb on the lower cabinets and definitely considering adding hanging glasses to my project list. Thanks!

  17. CharlieBeauRohan

    The below link has some methods for cockroach death…. I am now trying orange oil/peel spray to the monsters from coming in where my doors meet the wall of my house: My county argricultural office with field roaches the is seasonal and that they came in due to the last heat wave and they are scheduled to leave in 2 to 4 weeks. I am counting the days…. they will not bait stations made for German or other roaches…

  18. Clara_Annabella

    Yes, the dense urban thing. Sure, my wifi is protected, but I can something a dozen other WAPs listed. If I up this wallpaper, it would probably block them out, or at least attenuate the signals a deal. (It would also my neighbors, by keeping my wifi signals from interfering with theirs.)This is an in my rowhouse, where I only neighbors on the sides. The is even worse in apartment buildings where you could neighbors upstairs and downstairs, too.

  19. Mohammad

    So impressed. I especially the kitchen nook. Different seating parts, but all cohesive. airy aesthetic. How is it to bold the elements in the trailer? Is it sealed and insulated? Where did you the brass hooks that are on the side of the kitchen counter?

  20. Penny2011

    OK, this is an off-the-wall idea, but …In greenhouses in the olden days they to whitewash the glass when it got too sunny/hot. Now they probably bear some fancy-schmancy paint for the purpose, but a dilute water color would probably work fine, or that “snow” stuff you spray on windows at Christmas time.Then when autumn comes, you can scrape/wash the stuff off the glass.

  21. Damian Israel Maximiliano F.

    Comforter Corner Stays? Why pay for that?Best $2 I ever spent + some light sewing (machine or hand sewing ) was to a few yards of ribbon. I made loops of ribbon and sewed those to the corners of my duvet cover. Then I carve four pieces of ribbon about 10 inches long and sewed the centre of each ribbon to a corner of my duvet. Tie these through the loops in the and duvet stays put. Even better, if you multiple duvet covers, you can add ribbon loops to them all, making swapping out your covers easier, instead of having to buying those snap things every time you collect a fresh cover. (Or perhaps I am alone in having a collection of duvet covers to suit my every mood? LOL)

  22. Noah.Abdullah

    Bookcase-like-things are exceedingly handy in building doll-sized rooms if you want to interior without fussing over exterior architecture!I two condos in approach in my (non-IKEA) bookshelves because I wanted to vintage dollhouse furniture without having to paint endless elegant and/or for houses. Someday, they will be transferred to Billy bookcases with glass doors.

  23. Mercy

    Thanks, bubble! And apologies to the Geico Cavemen… :)I seriously many people wielding flowers about at the markets, though, and they must the fortune of living nearby.Some vendors can a lot of wrapping as well, and I be pleased to acquire them as-is instead. Tough to sometimes with crowds and a long commute.

  24. Garrett.Lamar

    Yes, thank you for this post. I everyone can on some level. I affection the holidays, but the last several years been marked by transition. I moved 2,000 miles away from my family, met a Jewish boy, got married and had a baby. Christmas is a big deal in my family. Because of distance, I haven’t been able to celebrate with my family for several years. Not to mention, I live in Los Angeles where there is no snow and many malls/businesses don’t decorate for “Christmas”! Last year, my husband (who, btw loves Christmas) to me “You know what’s wrong? You are looking to your mom to kick off the season and everything bright. Now, you are the mom and it’s up to you.” He’s so right. So, I’ve started coming up traditions and mixing them up with my childhood family traditions. Plus, what’s animated is I a whole holiday to add to the mix – Hanukkah! I needed to change my perspective. Sometimes, we need to pull up our girl pants and honest the cheer ourselves – whether it’s with family, friends, strangers or ourselves.

  25. Catalina_Kaiya

    It is not you. Most likely the neighbor is an introvert and does not care to be friendly. Perhaps he thinks if he talks to you, he will forever be * into conversation every time he sees you. If he does not cause you any problems other than not speaking, I would say he is a extremely neighbor.
    In my neighborhood, I am but abominate having to into long conversations every time I out for a walk. I remember one day when I was out for a with my dog I saw in one direction a neighbor walking their killer pitbull and in the other direction an overly chatty elderly neighbor. It was a really hard to choice to choose which to go.

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  27. Chelsea-Tabitha

    I did a pillowcase as a child so I believe something appreciate that or a duvet for a kids bedroom would be considerate of cute, but, unless the furniture was on the blueprint to the curb no way!

  28. Gaven

    With both pieces of furniture against the wall, the room tends to more a wide hallway. So, dwelling the dining table in the middle and for a desk that can fit in a corner and up when not in use. there are looking etageres that carry out this. you could a dining room chair as room chair at the desk.

  29. Danny@999

    I two cats and a husband with house dust mite allergy.I had Dyson, I had Vorwerk, I absorb Miele and I made the best experiences with Miele. Beyond the best test results which all the three products have: Miele is the cheapest.

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