This home had originally been constructed with a very open layout. Often times, architects will design a home with an open kitchen or dining room because it can make the area seem larger. But if you frequently entertain others, this kind of situation may not always be ideal. It can be difficult to hold a conversation over dinner while pots and pans are clanging in the kitchen or the kids have the television turned up in the living room.
Interior doors work to create a sound barrier between different rooms of your home. They also create a feeling of intimacy and privacy that’s more appropriate for formal dining occasions or holiday festivities. These interior stained glass doors were constructed to separate the different areas of this Denver home while still allowing for that open feeling. The doors serve as a sound barrier and create an ambiance of exclusiveness yet the clear glass still allows for plenty of visibility so that the home seems open and inviting.