French door

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a light door with transparent or glazed panels extending the full length

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The inner hallway has a stable door to the front and leads to the sitting room, a versatile room with French doors onto the rear garden.
Well-tended communal gardens and a private garden accessed through French doors from the hall.
The beautiful conservatory has French doors to the garden, and to the luxurious indoor pool.
There is a very large living room with both a floor-to-ceiling window and French doors with a Juliet balcony, a utility room and wc.
The ground floor is home to the 21ft lounge where you'll find twin sets of French doors and a contemporary fire surround that gives the room a real focal point.
The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with granite work surfaces and a central island and has two French doors to the rear courtyard.
The fantastic open plan kitchen is fitted with hand painted solid wood units, Belfast sink, granite island worktop, limestone floor and the double French doors to an extensive patio area ideal for entertaining.
We believe this year that French door will replace bottom mounts," Kavanaugh said.
Opera's belated first staging of this opera -- is a muddle of metaphors and symbols, of which the French doors just happen to be the most obvious and omnipresent.
A second courtyard, with French doors from kitchen-breakfast room and dining hall opening onto it, provides a perfect spot for summer meals or evening drinks.
Connecting double doors lead to the spacious drawing room which, in turn, leads to French doors to the rear garden, an ideal scenario for entertaining.
The triple combination of French doors, a bottom-freezer and an electronic ice and water dispenser on the door has been conspicuously absent among refrigerators on the market," said Bill Deter, vice president and general manager, Maytag.
French doors are commonly available in wood, steel, aluminum, and fiberglass.
The home is richly detailed with elegant woodwork, shell cabinets French doors, high ceilings and a formidable array of marble fireplaces.
Features includes a lounge with fireplace and French doors providing coastal views.