Neutral Contemporary Kitchen With Sliding Barn Doors
In this lovely contemporary kitchen, a hallway wall was removed to make the space big enough to fit a large island with a bar sink. Sliding barn-style doors with frosted glass were added to make the transition from room to room more graceful.
For a family with three Italian greyhounds (with three different eating styles), the designer of this contemporary kitchen incorporated three distinct pet-feeding stations throughout the space. A glass and mahogany door, which perfectly complements the kitchen’s sleek style, slides out to separate the pups.
Sliding doors not only look out onto the courtyard, but also help this outdoor space feel like a natural extension of the kitchen. At night, the owners can go for a dip, warm up by the fire pit or grab a snack all in the same setting.
Contemporary Seating Area With Sleek Sliding Doors
Steel sliding doors slide into channels in cement walls to completely open up this seating area for indoor/outdoor living. The sliding doors create a flow from the exterior of the main home and surrounding backyard to the interior of the design studio.
Contemporary Beach Bungalow with Sliding Glass Doors
This Contemporary private beach bungalow features clean white bed linens, black metal canopy, exposed beam ceiling, covered white armchair, sliding glass walls with neutral linen curtains, polished concrete floors, and a white desk space
A mosaic tile accent wall helps to visually open up this small but decidedly chic bathroom, adding depth to the room's border. In a similar expansive move, along another wall a sliding glass door provides access to a private balcony.
To temper the airiness of high ceilings, designers painted the walls of this bedroom a darker shade for a more intimate mood. A sliding glass-and-steel door closes the room off from the rest of the loft.
A massive sliding barn door that opens up to the rest of the home keeps this small bedroom from feeling cramped. Simple bedding and wall-mounted task lighting display a minimalistic design focused on functionality.
This serene bedroom features Douglas fir paneling on the walls and ceiling, in addition to recessed lighting and gray concrete floors. Neutral bed linens add a soft look to the space, while a decorative sliding glass door allows the room to feel open.