Pull a disappearing act with stunning rustic wooden doors. Interior glass doors visually divide rooms when needed but open when one large space is desired. And in a home with young kids, wooden doors are great for keeping grown-up parties from waking the little ones.
All along the upper and lower levels, glass doors pull back to make the transition between indoors and out seamless. On the lower level, a large patio extends out beyond the house for ultimate outdoor entertaining.
The layout of this pretty home's main floor is large enough to encompass a sitting area adjacent to the kitchen. Sliding glass doors pull back to connect the interior with the adjacent patio, a nice perk for entertaining.
In the salon, wood beams draw the eye up and across the room, where pocket doors pull back to reveal beautiful waterfront vistas. While they settle back onto the sofa and chairs, the owners can enjoy sunshine and fresh air.
While budget-friendly materials were used for most of this bathroom's redesign, the hardware was a splurge. To keep the overall aesthetic textural and masculine, door pulls made of bone and oil-rubbed bronze were screwed into the existing holes.
The layout of the kitchen in this waterfront home takes full advantage of its beautiful location on the edge of Lake Tahoe. A sliding door pulls back to join the space with the outside areas and there are lots of windows letting in the sky and mountain views.
Wood French doors invite guests inside this beautiful foyer. A large chandelier gives off a warm glow above a rug with gray and purple tones. A tufted purple bench pulls out the violet hue from the rug for an elegant and subtle accent color.
As the social hub of the home, this living room needed plenty of seating for family and friends. Thus, the designers delivered a modern sofa, midcentury armchair, black bench and two leather chairs to create a stylish space for entertaining. A traditional rug pulls everything together.
A wood floating vanity with a sleek quartz top brings warmth to the crisp and cool black-and-white color scheme in this contemporary bath. Patterned floor tile adds visual interest, and white walls allow the tile to pop. Brass door pulls are sleek and warm against the black, white and gray palette.
This 1,952-square-foot condo actually has three bedrooms, one of which is located just off the living room. Thus, frosted barn doors were a smart choice for the space, as they can easily be pulled closed whenever guests need privacy *or* left open to maintain the flowing floor plan.
Leather door pulls and patterned floor tile are among the many fun details in this modern, streamlined bathroom with a twist. The home's mid-century lines are reflected in the vanity and storage piece; meanwhile, modern details like the vessel sinks that rest opposite a soaker tub bring the space squarely into the twenty-first century.
Large windows, an apron sink and simple door pulls are among the features that tie this white kitchen to the home's traditional farmhouse architecture. Dark honed countertops are both functional and crisp against the white cabinetry. The newly built modern farmhouse rests on a 12-acre property, with an open plan for the kitchen, living and dining areas.