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Synonyms for door

out of doors

show someone the door

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Synonyms for door

the entrance (the space in a wall) through which you enter or leave a room or building

anything providing a means of access (or escape)

a structure where people live or work (usually ordered along a street or road)

a room that is entered via a door

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The informality appears in such details as the bifold doors, which allow you to throw open an entire wall between the great room and the patio, and the bay-windowed breakfast nook in the family room.
Along the dining room's south wall (above), glass bifold doors open to an unheated sun space, which has a glasspaneled overhead garage door for its outer wall.
Below, bifold doors open to reveal a shallower appliance garage.
IF there's one way to let the outside in and make a room look amazing, it's with bifold doors.
By this point, there was a back on the house - in fact there were dapper bifold doors, looking onto building waste and a half-built man cave.
In warm months, the axis of living runs from the open kitchen and dining space through glass bifold doors to the deck.
It has been extended and updated and includes a very large dining kitchen with bifold doors to the back garden.
Sliding doors and bifold doors are convenient if you do not want to opt for curtains.
A wonderfully chic central island provides a split-level breakfasting bar and the fabulous family sitting area has bifold doors which opens to a south and west facing slate patio.
Other products offered include UPVC windows, doors, patio doors, French doors and bifold doors.
Q I have just had bifold doors installed across the back of an open-plan living space but I'm stuck on how to dress them.
The dining/kitchen also has views of the garden through glazed bifold doors in the rear wall.