Dutch door

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Synonyms for Dutch door

an exterior door divided in two horizontally

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Koko Cottage, a 5-by-6-foot playhouse with Dutch doors and windows on the sides.
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While planting tomatoes, my wife glanced over at the cabin and asked, "Whatever happened to that Dutch door we were going to put in the kitchen?
Several years ago I made a Dutch door for my workshop, thinking of a future when the top half would be open for a child to observe and the bottom half closed to block access to dangerous tools.
It's an arch-top Dutch door that has two panels that can be operated independently of each other," he says.
It's apparent the moment you pass through the Dutch door into Tera and Rick Ayotte's big, friendly kitchen, which is the focus of their modest, 1,500-square-foot home in Hermosa Beach, California.
Children will adore the working Dutch door and can use the shutters for peek-a-boo play.
She decked it out with family memorabilia-shutters from her parents' home, the brass letter A from their old retail store on the Dutch door, and the toy-size lantern that acts as a porch light, a remnant of her mother's childhood playhouse.
A Dutch door opposite the laundry door opens to the oak-shaded hillside garden.
Dutch doors are designed so the top half can open leaving the bottom shut, letting air and bugs in, but keeping animals out.
Dutch doors in every room allow guests to welcome in the ocean air, and free WiFi enables them to stay connected if they want to.