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Incorporating pivot doors inside the home makes transitioning from space to space a significant experience. After deciding on the front door, the homeowner's next step is to consider how adjacent doors and spaces will interact. Considering interior and exterior doors simultaneously will enhance cohesion and convey intentional design.
A modern pivot interior door is typically smaller and simpler than the front door. Our interior pivot glass doors join spaces on either side of the door, allowing for the flow of light. Metal doors, alternatively, create privacy between spaces and carry a stronger presence. The Full View Door design is most popular when it comes to interior pivot doors.
Some spaces to consider modern pivot interior doors include the guest house, wine room, home office, back door, and any other significant spaces in the home. Aesthetically pleasing in both the open and closed position, pivot doors create points of interest throughout the home.
In this video, artist J. Cruz discusses two pivot doors that were used on the same project. The first guideline he provides for combining pivot doors is that the front door is the driver. This means that the front door sets the stage for all subsequent doors throughout the rest of the home. The larger front door is made exclusively of metal, while the smaller guest house door is a Full View Glass Door. Both doors are the inverse of each other, yet complement one another beautifully. including a derivative of the front door within the home created cohesion in this project and extended the high level of detail beyond the main entryway.
Homeowners looking to remodel may benefit greatly from interior pivot doors. Custom work done in-house makes existing dimensions easy to meet. Moreover, easy installation that never requires drilling into the floor makes incorporating pivot doors into an existing space simple. Any pivot door addition to the home truly transforms the space and sparks interest.
Strategically advance your home vision by considering interior transition spaces. Turning what has previously been used exclusively for utility into a functional statement piece adds an additional layer of depth to the home. Explore metal doors, glass doors, and hardware to enhance your home’s interior space.