61 Doors Exterior Sliding Door Type Design Photos And Ideas

Generous overhangs and period lighting speak to the house's era while sliding glass doors create outdoor access.
The entryway features a Studioilse Bench 443 in walnut with a leather pad by De La Espada.
The entrance to the house is through an access hall located at the street level.
LaCantina’s stacking multi slide door systems  were installed with a minimal-threshold Weather Resistant Sill built of extruded aluminum with a thermal break and a self-draining weep system.
Minimally separated by LaCantina walls of glass, the interior white-washed fumed oak flooring flows into the Alaskan yellow cedar deck built at the same elevation.
Uplighting makes the brass facade glow gold at night.
A spectacular southeast-facing view greets guests in the great room. Full-height Fleetwood glazed doors pivot open to connect the living spaces with nature outside.
Sliding doors connecting outside space to kitchen
The axially conceived linear layout meets the crossing of open space.
 When the sliding doors are opened, the dining area appears as if it's a part of the outdoors.
Set on sliders, the full-height glazed doors open up to seamlessly connect the art studio with the outdoors.
Painted in the same warm navy as the exterior walls, the two solid-wood living room doors create a seamless link between the living room and terrace.
Hope stripped the house, but retained the foundations and frame. This allowed her to open the property up to the view of the valley by using fully-glazed doors.
"The sliding door, when you open it, opens a large chunk of living space that more than doubles the perceived space," says Christoph Kaiser. "The big aperture moves and connects you with the lush, desert garden."
Sunlight floods the interiors through the greenhouse volume.
A sliding wooden door marks the entrance to the interior courtyard of the home. The residence consists of three connected volumes of different heights wrapping around the center of the podium, and the spaces inside them carefully scaled: small enough for introspection, and large enough to take in the landscape.
Villa H | sliding doors blend in- and outdoor space
Open enclosures and connections to adjacent living spaces keep the home inviting and airy rather than densely packed—a key feature for an owner of two dogs: Ben, a whippet, and Flynn, an Irish gypsy dog.
Outside, larch-wood shutters offer the residents privacy.
Living spaces are provided not only on the interior, but the exterior as wall. Large overhangs provide some protection from the elements.
Further emphasizing the indoor/outdoor connection is a water feature which extends between spaces.
Floor-to-ceiling wall of glass allows for expansive views of property and pond.
A lake view bedroom.
The home has sliding doors with thick wood frames.
The living room utilizes Eames lounges and a B&B Italia sofa to create a spare but comfortable environment. Sliding glass doors provide ample ventilation.
Mandel designed a six-by-eight-foot extension for additional space on the ground floor.
An aluminum-framed door leading to the terrace provides an added sense of depth, integrating outside with inside. Here, the metal contrasts sharply with the natural birch flooring.
London-based firm McLean Quinlan was asked to create a vacation home that could take advantage of its spectacular location outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming, while also blending in. The resulting design
A conservation easement in favor of the Nature Conservancy prohibited permanent development so we customized two shipping containers off site, and then transported the new ‘cabin’ via truck to the property. Together with the client, we chose an ideal landing spot next to an old creek bed, with sunset views of Black Butte cinder cone. The cabin is completely off the grid and can be locked up tight when not in use.
A continuous concrete slab runs from inside the house out to the open deck, which is exposed to the wind that sweeps the surrounding fields.
The owner wanted a property that had the least amount of impact on the environment as possible, while staying within his budget. Eco Steel prefabricated the home’s steel frame, and simple materials filled in the details: metal pan decking composed the ceiling, polished concrete made up the floors, dry wall comprised the rooms, and Douglas fir built-ins were constructed in between.
Quarter-sawn sapele pocketing Lift & Slide Doors
The sliding doors to a deck are by the Canadian company Dynamic Architectural Windows & Doors.
With R-11 glass standard and R-15 quad glass optional, Thermo Alu75 can be offered in extremely large sizes. It is available as a Tilt & Turn window as well as Lift & Slide, french and entry doors.
The Thermo Alu75 from Zola Windows delivers tremendous value in a triple pane, thermally broken aluminum system. With R-11 glass standard and R-15 quad glass optional, Thermo Alu75 can be offered in extremely large sizes.

Supported by careful design and German precision hardware, the Thermo Alu75 offers expansive and versatile configurations, including Tilt & Turn windows (up to 5'x9') and Lift & Slide units up to 11' high and 30' wide, creating a wide, seamless transition between inside and out. It integrates seamlessly with Zola's matching Thermo Alu Lift & Slide Doors and Breeze Panel™ folding wall systems.

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Maricarmen looks out toward the ocean from inside the sliding glass NanaWall.
The entrance to the main pavilion is defined by a pivoting glass door from Fleetwood (above left). The stairs lead to the media loft, where Inga Sempé’s Ruché sofa for Ligne Roset breaks up the gray. Among the couple’s few directives were tall ceilings, which Feldman covered in low-cost plywood sheets.
Rear yard elevation with raised deck and continuous circuit of sliding doors for indoor access
The Shudio entrance.
Looking back on the home from the concrete patio, its verticality becomes apparent. The zinc, cedar, and glass extension erupts from the base of the old brick envelope—diminutive but disruptive.

Modern doors are all about first impressions, whether it's installed on the exterior or interior. Endlessly customizable, crafted out of metal or wood, they have the power to reconfigure any space. Ideas for modern folding, sliding, and swing doors abound in our collection.