Adding Architectural Interest: A Gallery of Interior French Door Styles & Ideas

updated May 3, 2019
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Want to create a bit of a separation between the rooms in your house, but still let light flow through? Want to add architectural interest to a boring or unremarkable space? French doors are good for that. Of course, you can use them at the boundary between your house and the outdoors, too, but french doors are especially nice when used as a interior transition between rooms. Here are a few examples to get you dreaming of adding some to your own space…

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Above: A gorgeous pair of glass doors spotted on Kuistin Kautta.

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A pair of French doors from The White Book, sporting the more typical square muntin pattern.

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An arch-top French door spotted on The Globe and Mail.

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A French door with a glass transom over, from Horner Millwork.

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Glass doors with an unusual profile from L’Hotel Particulier.

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A pair of French pocket doors in a design from Hansen Savannah.

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An extra-deep door opening gives this set of a doors a little extra presence. Image from Rudda.

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French doors with opaque glass are the perfect choice for a pantry. Image from The Inspired Room.

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An interior French door with a transom and sidelights, from Nicety.

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French doors look especially lovely in this particularly French setting, from A + B Kasha.