Published at Friday, July 20th, 2018 - 06:33:45 AM. French Doors. By Hama Kawakami.
Entrances and exits of any structure are indicated by doors. A common example is a residential house which makes use of conventional doors as its entrance and exit access point. There are numerous kinds of doors that have been designed not only for function, but for aesthetic purposes as well, and most of them are available in the market. A classic in both style and functionality is the door. France doors, also known as French windows, are basically derived from the old design of the original French casement door. It is double-leaved and has multiple glass panels in each leaf. The door leaves can be swung in either direction. Traditional France doors have molded panels at the bottom.
Other than being used for decorative and functional purposes, they can also be used to create an aesthetic and dramatic ambiance. For example, some people use French doors to make the connection between an open space and a lively mood inside, such as a door connecting the kitchen to a patio space, so you can see the patio area from the kitchen without opening the door. Another example is to use a French door to connect a balcony to a master bedroom allowing ample vision to the exterior.
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