French doors can be described as a pair of doors that typically open out to outdoor spaces and have glass panes that stretch the height of the doors.
The doors are often used as exterior doors, as they can bring light into the interior as a result of their largely glass construction. But French doors can also be used in interiors, where they divide and partition spaces without compromising on light.
The following residential projects show how French doors can be
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