Swinging doors don't always need to be white with small round windows. This fun double door, paired with an eclectic chandelier and diner-style chairs, gives this room a retro yet trendy twist.
Let the light in by opting for an all-glass door. It will mimic an open floor plan and let you see when people are on their way in or out.
Add twice the fun and twice the flexibility by using a double door. With all the extra space, you won't have any trouble with extra-wide loads.
No need to set down that heavy laundry basket. Breeze right through laundry day by adding a swinging door instead of a traditional one.
Give your kitchen restaurant style by installing both an in and an out door. It's a great way to make your kitchen more elegant while avoiding unwanted run-ins.
Customize your swinging door to match your decor. With oversize black hinges and an iron window design, this door transitions from stuffy traditional to warm Mediterranean.
Go bold with a bright red door. It brings in a touch of contemporary style and stands out in this white kitchen.
Make serving food less complicated by connecting the kitchen and dining room with a formal swinging door. It will help avoid spills and bring sophistication to the presentation.
Use a swinging door to hide pantry goodies from guests. It will provide just enough separation but still allow for good flow throughout the kitchen.
Echo an old-school movie theater feel by including dramatic leather double doors in your home theater.
When you're entertaining, avoid a constantly swinging door by using a doorstop. Once the food is served, get rid of the stopper to hide the messy kitchen from guests.