30 Doors Interior Design Photos And Ideas

The bedroom/office is a few steps above the living/dining room.

New York, New York
Dwell Magazine : November / December 2017
Master Bathroom
master entry 1
Entry vestibule
Entry vestibule
Custom steel and glass door & transom - open.
Play area
Play area
Soheil steps into the music and screening room, which is concealed behind a masonry-veneered door. “We were able to hide a lot of the square footage below the main level, but not in a way that would hurt the design,” he says.
Entrance.
safety-wired glass doors
Custom steel and glass door & transom.
The narrow entrance hall faces another door, which opens seaward. Built-in cabinets serve as both storage and display. The porthole mirror is by Jacques Adnet.
Becca Worple.
To maximize the limited square footage, there are few swinging doors in the house; instead, each bedroom has a pocket door that slides into the wall.
The chalkboard wall also acts as a sliding pocket door to the first floor bathroom. To maximize usable space, there are no hinged doors in the home's interior.
Pocket door hardware
Located on the ground floor, the family room has a large barn door that can be closed to create a guest suite for visitors.

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