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.
The beautiful foyer of the HGTV Dream Home 2014, a vacation getaway located in Truckee, Calif., minutes away from Lake Tahoe boasts this rustic pine wood front door as an entryway into the vacation home. The light wood offers a striking visual contrast to the cool gray slate tile of the floor.
This rustic foyer is the perfect dropping off space between garage and living areas of the home. A built-in storage bench provides a seating area when removing shoes and coats, and Spanish tile is easy to clean when mud is tracked in.
Rustic, industrial and transitional elements meet in this family room for an eclectic, collected look. A color palette of gray, white and yellow gives the space cohesion despite its conglomeration of materials and styles. The robust wooden door gives off an imposing, but charming air.
Tall ceilings allow the attention to detail to shine in this fully wooden foyer. Doors, including a sliding barn door, catch the eye with a slightly darker wood. A wrought-iron chandelier with candle lighting brings a beautiful cabin feel to the room.
This U-shaped kitchen features light brown wood slab doors with a painted and distressed finish that adds texture. A lively mosaic tile onyx backsplash and neutral countertops finish off the look of the space, while simple wooden stools provide space for casual seating along the countertop.
This streamlined porch area features many structural details to create a visually interesting entrance to the HGTV Dream Home 2014. A tile path leads to a light wood door flanked by large windows, which opens up the space for a welcoming feel.
The dark, rich wood finish of the front door is a beautiful contrast to the stark white interior walls and ceiling. Windows framing the door let in natural light to highlight the bright, clean look of the simple and timeless design. A heavy light fixture pairs with light sconces and thin picture frames for a balance of decor.
The robin's-egg-blue walls in this spacious living room complement the wood window casements and French doors. A bright white sofa, blue chair and midcentury-modern-style coffee table round out the room.