Door Design. Wednesday , November 22nd , 2017 - 03:54:31 AM
Increasingly over the past few years, sliding interior doors have become very popular for use throughout the house, home and office. Commonplace, in fact. Whether as doors between rooms instead of traditional swinging doors, as room dividers in an office space, or as sliding wardrobe doors in the bedroom, people are now seeing both the design benefits and practical benefits - from an interior design perspective and a space saving perspective - of using sliding doors in both their workplace and their home.
Many of the newer designer products available on the market today and are made from wood that will compliment almost any room décor. They are made from wooden materials such as oak and even bamboo. The bamboo options are much greener option to those which are made of timber. Bamboo sliding doors are just as durable, and are sometimes stronger than their wooden counterparts. The bamboo door designs are often offered in lines which also feature room dividers, and an external wardrobe. These additional other bamboos furniture options can be added to your room and further compliment the new look you are giving to your closets.
The world of architecture and design has always embodied the phrase "good artists borrow, great artists steal." Many of the most beautiful buildings on the planet take a hefty inspiration from an existing structure, and then the concept further than anyone imagined. This article will hopefully help you do the same thing on a smaller scale, your home's exterior wood doors. We'll be looking at a few different architectural inspirations for doorways with an emphasis on designs that can be easily adapted for your home. We'll look at some classic European style doors, some elaborate Spanish designs, and how you can bring a touch of classical Japanese refinement into modern home out west. Hopefully these ideas will be the inspiration you need to find the ideal exterior wood doors for your home.
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