Corridor & hallway by LA Hally Architect

6 sliding door designs you need to try out

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Regular doors that open and close at one's will are passe and it would appear like it's time to turn up the ante a notch. While we aren't referring to state of the art fancy doors that open and close on the touch of a button, there's something closer to home that deserves mention-sliding doors. If they aren't incorporated in your home just as yet, here's how to. 

1. Follow the red door!

 Corridor & hallway by LA Hally Architect
LA Hally Architect

House in Chandlers Ford II

LA Hally Architect

Incorporating sliding doors in your home as part of the entrance may not be the best idea in the book, but adding them to the hallway sure is. For large spaces that are in need of dividers, sliding doors are great. Colors are yours to choose, so pick one that brings out the best in your home. 

2. All white ensemble

Subtle hues such as white and cream have a long lasting alluring effect that is not to be missed out on at any cost. Sliding doors are a great way to separate the kitchen and the dining area. 

3. Pay attention to detail

Tiny details can make all the difference in the world as this next design depicts. Railings in place of a fully opaque door make for the perfect door. 

4. A pop of color

 Sliding doors by Viewport Studio
Viewport Studio

West London house

Viewport Studio

Colors are a great way to make a statement- you could opt for contrasting hues or hues that outweigh the other. Ensure that you pick colors that complement the decor in your home however. 

5. Sliding bellows

For homes that are borderline antique, sliding bellows can be used. The detail that they bring to the table out weighs that of regular sliding doors. 

Sliding doors can benefit you greatly too. Here's more on that. 

6. Sliding doors with blinds

Blinds offer quite a few prospects in terms of privacy and light regulation. Light colors tend to the trick with pale hues of decor as is displayed in the image. 

Sliding doors are not to be missed out on any cost! So slide away your regular doors for a replacement with sliding doors. 

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