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Gift-Giving Guide for this Holiday Season

With Christmas less than three weeks away and the holidays on the mind, now is a great time to start planning presents and drafting up your special list. It would be fair to say that this year, our needs and wants look a little different than in years past. Our 2020 Christmas (or Hanukkah) list reflects the current times. And besides many of us craving a much-needed vacation, another 2020 necessity has been some solid personal space. This need feels particularly evident these days, as we head into the colder winter months and opportunities for solo outdoors time becomes sparse. Especially for those living in snowy states, the option to get away for a nice outside stroll alone to absorb some much needed Vitamin D doesn’t exactly present itself. But we really do need solitary time away from our family or roommates in order to find inner peace and clarity between the chaos of the holidays. Moving forward into the new year, we may have to take these matters into our own hands.

With the top gift-giving holidays just around the corner, now is the perfect time to ask for (or gift)  those home goods and interior upgrades you’ve been patiently waiting for all year. After all, home has become our own little universe this year. Why not invest in our relative surroundings ?

And in our opinion, the best gift of this season is to create space where it doesn’t exist. As we stay home and stay safe we must come up with creative ways to find sanctuary and solitary within an otherwise shared indoor environment. So how can you make it happen this holiday season? Below is our 2020 gift-giving and wishing guide to help inspire you this December. After all, time is ticking!

Outdoor Heating

Heating is an obvious essential, even more so these days when our interiors are inundated with the entire household. Inside only allows so much space so having the option to get outside for some solo (or shared) time will make a huge difference this winter. Consider springing for an outdoor fire pit or a propane heater for the backyard. This gift will allow you and your family to get some fresh air and spend time outdoors during the cold winter months, or give you the opportunity to escape from the noise and chaos inside! Enjoy these heating options during socially distanced get-togethers with friends and family and stay warm while staying safe.

Bring the Fun To You

With restaurants and vacation rentals closing their doors yet again, there are few options for taking that exciting winter vacation this year. The solution? Bring the fun to you! Pick up a handful of board games (both new and old classics) and enjoy a little healthy competition with friends or family around the fire! Also worth considering? Larger interactive activities like a pool table or an air hockey machine. Not only are these super fun pastimes, but they are great at distracting the kids during your grueling work-from-home schedule. A win-win!

Make Some Space

Our last (but not least) gift idea is a breezy solution for creating space out of thin air. What could possibly do that? You may be wondering. Well, sliding glass wall partitions from The Sliding Door Company do that. These glass dividers and sliding glass doors are not only extremely easy to order and install, but they are uniquely customizable and offer the flexibility you can’t find elsewhere. The Sliding Door Company offers its glass room dividers in hundreds of varying configurations, sizes, glass opacities, and accessories all intended to suit your interior needs perfectly. From sliding glass barn doors to bathroom pocket doors, these spatial solutions integrate flawlessly into larger shared spaces or rooms within your home all while maintaining a beautiful aesthetic. So if you’re like the millions of Americans who crave to bring peace, privacy, and productivity into the home, these solutions are for you. Whether these dividers will be used to construct your new home gym, your much-needed Work-From-Home office space, or as a play-place for the kids, you’ll be wishing you’d invested in them sooner. With the Sliding Door Company’s glass wall partitions, the options are truly endless! Check us out online today and schedule a free consultation with one of our team members. View our online catalog and see what glass solution suits your needs specifically! Order today and have them in time for the holidays!

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How to Reimagine the Least-Loved Rooms in the House

During the past few months spent mostly indoors, we’ve had to exist within tight quarters amongst other roommates, significant others, and family. While everyone is home during daytime hours that previously were occupied by varying schedules, tensions have risen and the need for personal space has been at the forefront of almost everyone’s mind. Because we’ve spent so much time at home, we’ve been faced with our interiors and have in many cases, closely examined each and every inch of our interior space to an almost irritating extent. Luckily, a lot has been discovered about the way in which we exist in our homes, collectively and singularly.
If you’re like most Americans in a similar scenario, you’ve probably asked yourself multiple times how you could create more space in your home. Perhaps you have entire rooms serving an undefined purpose, or enabling some very unhealthy hoarding habits. That fact is, when we have more space, sometimes we simply don’t know what to do with it. That’s why were here to help you reimagine your least-loved rooms. To create more harmony within your interiors and reclaim some of your much-needed space. Here are the top tips for renewing your interiors.

Keep the Kitchen, Ditch the Home Gym

Keep in mind, that while home sizes in the US have expanded dramatically over the past fifty years, family sizes have considerably shrunk. This offers insight into how little we actually utilizing that extra square footage to our benefit. Homes with extra rooms, such as a second “holiday” dining room, or a home gym crammed into a spare bedroom, are practically never used. If this sounds familiar, consider reimaging how you could update those spaces to bring them into the current moment of your lifestyle needs. Consider splitting one of your spare bedrooms into a home office that utilizes glass wall dividers so that half of the room is for productivity, while the other half is for working out. It is rare that you would need a fully stocked home gym. Likely, if a gym is a necessity for you, you’d want a treadmill, a yoga mat station, some smaller sized weights, and perhaps an elliptical machine. That can all easily fit into one half of a normal-sized bedroom. The other half would get to enjoy a light-filled home office. Again, frosted glass office walls are a spatial solution to visually separate two distinct spaces, while affording you all the concentration you need for a productive WFH day.

Extra Dining Room

This excessive two-dining-room space taking design is a spatial dilemma for most modern-day homes. I’m not quite sure why so many architects chose to build an extra dining room only to be used on special occasions (roughly four times per year), but they did, so now the task is to figure out what to do with this very un-used, least-loved room in the house. Being apart from most main foot traffic, these spare dining rooms make for the perfect home theater, children’s play area, or art studio. Being most unaffected by other members of the house, these rooms afford you a sense of spatial retreat from the chaos and disruption of other populated common areas. Use this space as a meditation room or a place to unwind with a novel and a glass of red after a long day of work. For enhanced privacy, consider installing interior sliding doors with Frosted Glass Panels that offer a wonderful barrier between your little retreat and the rest of the home.

The Two Car Garage

This is one area of the home so widely overlooked yet capitalizing on some of the largest square footage, that it had to be considered in this list. So many Americans with large two-car garages don’t ever park in the garage out of convenience. With an abundance of available room, and with little inspiration for what to do with it, garages quickly become a wasteland of discarded home furnishings, extra sporting equipment, tools, and a vast array of “extras” that never get used or enjoyed. The amount of material items we hold onto solely for sentimental value is ridiculous. These things end up causing us stress, money, and, valuable space. To effectively utilize that glorious unused square footage, you must begin to remove some of the dead weight and begin a very overdue organizational overhaul. Tackle your discarded personal belongings, and you can set yourself to enjoy your garage with infinite potential! A quiet home office with custom glass partitions, a yoga studio, a personal gym, kids play zone, or an art studio could all easily fit into your very unused and underappreciated garage.
In life, it’s all about creating space and utilizing the available solutions to evolve yourself and your life into a well functioning, harmonious balance. Home is no different. By transitioning your interiors into a cacoon that actually serves and inspires you, you can begin to fulfill your dreams, aspirations and enhance your overall enjoyment (not to mention, regaining some of your sanity in the process). For more inspiration and spatial solutions, don’t hesitate to check out the best space-optimizing sliding glass doors, sliding closet doors, and sliding room dividers offered at The Sliding Door Company. Visit Us Online to browse our online viewing catalog and Enjoy A Free Consultation from one of our team members to actualize your vision today!

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Envision Your Home Retreat, Complete with Sliding Glass Doors

The home you’re designing will be much more than a place to sleep and eat. It will be your sanctuary after a long day; a place that you want to enjoy being in for the long term. One way to get a unique and modern look for your home is to consider the many benefits of interior sliding glass doors.

A Feeling of Spaciousness

Regardless of the size of home you’re planning, including interior sliding pocket doors in your design can add a lot more space. How? Clear glass will provide a barrier between rooms without interrupting line of sight, which can really open up your home. Because these doors slide to the side and don’t swing through the door frame, you will also have more square footage available in a room. As well, sliding glass interior doors also offer plenty of visual appeal, which can add to that positive feeling you get whenever you are in your new home.
Another benefit includes the clean lines these doors create. Instead of bulky doors, you can create a clutter-free appearance instantly, with a single slide to the side.

Light and More Light

Speaking of positivity, the multitude of health benefits from natural light are well-documented. Indeed, natural light is a mood booster and can help keep the entire body in balance. Imagine your home with sliding glass doors vs. their traditional counterparts; much more light could be allowed to enter your home with glass doors. Another benefit of allowing natural light into your home is not having to use electricity for illumination, which could save you on energy costs. How’s that for relieving stress?

Your Sanctuary, Your Style

Your sanctuary can look however you want it to; the interior sliding doors you desire can be completely customized to reflect your unique style. If you want a different type or look of door for every room in your dream home, you can have it. Whether it’s a sliding barn-door style for a comforting country kitchen look, sleek frosted glass for an elegant room divider, or a space-saving and incredibly practical bi-fold style, the only limit is your imagination.

Safety and Quality

Interior sliding glass doors are a great addition to any home because, when properly installed, they can operate smoothly and easily, allowing for safe usage by all. As well, the high quality of these doors means that your sanctuary can look beautiful and stylish for life.

What’s Your Dream?

Your home should be the comforting space you want it to be. Shouldn’t your interior sliding glass doors be made to reflect the vision you have for your home, whatever that vision may be?
That’s exactly what can happen when you combine your vision with the know-how from The Sliding Door Company. We’ve been helping homeowners like you to realize their dreams for over 13 years. Discover how we can help you transform your wishes into reality by claiming your free consultation or finding a showroom near you.

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The Latest Trends in Kitchen Design: Your 2018 Guide

Bronze hardware, tiled floors, open shelving, sliding glass doors—over the past few years, homeowners have continued to embrace classic but personalized kitchen spaces. Here are a few beautiful kitchen design ideas to inspire your more creative side.

Glass Pantry Doors

A kitchen pantry cabinet with glass doors never goes out of style. Perhaps that’s because glass is versatile enough to complement almost any look and modern enough to add excitement to any design. As always, you can use contrasting textures and styles to generate even more interest. For example, you’ll find that a modern glass door works just as well in a rustic setting (think natural woods or stonework walls) as it does in a sparser, more modern kitchen.

Sliding Glass Doors

If space is tight, separate the pantry area with sliding doors instead of swing doors. The most important part about using interior glass door sliding doors is saving valuable floor space. As with swing doors, you can select the type of glass (clear, frosted, opaque) that best fits your kitchen. With transparent doors, you can see the contents of your pantry at a glance, while frosted or opaque glass hides everything from view. You can also customize your frames in everything from white to walnut.

Open Shelving

Storage is a perennial problem, particularly in kitchens with limited space. Where do you put all those pots, pans, utensils, and recipe books? One solution is to pair glass-enclosed storage with open shelving. If you’re redesigning from scratch, you can install extra shelves in your islands. If your renovation goals are more modest, you can always add freestanding units to an existing island.

Exposed Wood

From floors to exposed ceiling beams, designers never tire of natural wood. You don’t have to have a farmhouse kitchen to enjoy the beauty. With so many different types of wood and finishes, you can create almost any aesthetic you want. Combine wood with glass barn doors to strike the perfect balance between traditional and contemporary design.

Blue Paint

If you want to cook in style (and raise the value of your home), ditch the neutrals and embrace the blues. Whether you opt for electric cobalt or baby blue, a splash of color can help you transcend the mundane and achieve the spectacular. Interior glass doors set in white aluminum frames offset the excitement and brings balance to the design. The result is a look that’s vibrant yet cool, bold yet classic.

Wine Closets

If you have some extra space and an impressive wine collection, consider transforming a regular pantry or closet into a dedicated wine closet. If you have enough shelves, the wine closet can also double as a pantry or storage area for fine china. Cover the space with sliding interior doors made of frosted glass to protect the wine and beautify the kitchen or hallway.

Getting Started

Whatever look you’re going for—old-world charm, sleek modernism, or bohemian eclecticism— glass sliding doors can help you design the perfect kitchen with a space that marries form and function, beauty and utility.
Need more inspiration? Visit our gallery to see how glass doors can transform your interior. Want to speak with a professional design consultant? Contact us to schedule a free consultation or visit one of our many showrooms located throughout North America to see our doors up close and personal.

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6 Easy Ways to Prepare Your Home for Spring

Winter’s over. It’s time to turn off the fireplace and stow away the blankets. Now that it’s spring, you want sun. You want space. You want to feel free and lighthearted rather than cozy and cooped up—but how do you make the transition from the most frigid season to the most joyous season? From glass room dividers to banana leaves, here are six ideas for a spring refresher.
Replace Solid Walls with Glass Room Dividers
Glass door room dividers open up a house, letting the sunlight in and giving the entire space an open, airy feel. In other words, it’s a perfect renovation project for spring, when the sun comes out and the whole world looks just a little bit fresher and a little bit happier. Although many people save glass partitions for the big rooms, such as the living room or dining room, room dividers for the bedroom also make a smart investment, particularly if you want the room to look bigger and brighter.
Replace Solid Doors with Glass Doors
In addition to room dividers, consider replacing solid doors with sliding glass doors to free up floor space and let the light flow unhindered from room to room. At the end of the day, it’s a relatively painless way to reimagine your interior. Unless you’re tearing down an existing wall, installing a new room divider requires no major construction.
Rearrange the Furniture
There are ways to rearrange furniture that make your interior feel fresher and more expansive. By getting rid of unnecessary pieces and separating large furnishings, you can free up space for foot traffic. Try a little harder, and you might also have room to meditate or even do some yoga. When rearranging, pay close attention to the flow of the room. The best part? It’s free.
Simplify Your Life
Most people do some sort of spring cleaning between March and June, but how many make a concerted effort to clear the clutter out of their lives? We’re not just talking about old mail. If you really want to get back to basics, go through the house and figure out what you don’t need. Send area rugs away for cleaning, stow away the knickknacks, pare down the decorations, and cover the upholstery with slipcovers. In other words, you don’t have to throw anything out in order to simplify your life.
Bring Out the Foliage
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The flowers are blossoming outside, so why not bring a floral freshness inside? If you’re not allergic and don’t mind watering every now and then, consider a bouquet of hydrangeas, purple orchids, or peonies. If you prefer more low-maintenance foliage, then consider succulents. Statement leaves (e.g., banana leaves and philodendron leaves) also make for great spring décor.
Add a Splash of Color
There are many of ways to add color to your home, whether you paint the walls, replace the pillows and blankets, buy new kitchen chairs, or invest in new vases. Now that the passion for minimalism has receded, you can embrace brighter colors without fear of disapproval. Need ideas? Gelato colors are hot this year, as are indigo blues and “glittery” gold.
Visit our gallery for more ideas on how you can use sliding glass doors and glass room dividers to liven up your space for spring.

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Why Interior Glass Doors Capitalize on House Beautiful’s hottest trend, “Bringing the Outside In”!

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Open Air Room Dividers with 3 stacking, sliding glass panels offers privacy with the touch of a finger….and a ton of natural light flows in!

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Every room in the house can benefit from having natural light flowing through!

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Architects, interior designers and general contractors have all specified interior glass door solutions into their projects for a good reason!
Using natural light instead of artificial light reduces energy consumption and lowers your electricity bill.
There is more! Did you know how important natural light is to your productivity and overall health, and custom interior glass doors can help?
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Natural light boosts your body’s vitamin D storage, Interior Glass Doors Let Sunlight In!

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Vitamin D is important for absorbing calcium & promoting bone growth as well as helping prevent certain types of cancers, heart disease, depression & weight gain. Yet, many Americans have a vitamin D deficiency due to a lack of outdoor sun exposure. So get outside a little bit since scientists suggest that Vitamin D may be helpful in treating many different disorders & diseases, such as autism, cancer, diabetes, chronic pain & depression. By using interior glass doors, you can allow more sunlight to flow in the home and promote better health! Also, by installing interior sliding glass doors in entryways close to windows, the flow of sunlight will make you happier and upgrade your home’s style with a modern look!

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Natural light leads to higher productivity. A study by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology found that employees working in natural light recorded higher levels of energy than those working under artificial light.
Other studies have shown 40 percent higher sales at checkout counters located beneath skylights. This data confirms what many studies have shown: natural light leads to enhanced productivity and a sense of accomplishment.

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Clear glass sliding doors curtail unwanted foot traffic and still foster transparency and trust!


Natural light benefits vision. How can interior glass doors help?

You have all seen studies on the fact that computer screens, smart phones & florescent light can cause eye strain that can lead to permanent eye damage.
Natural light has been shown to lower the risk of nearsightedness in children and young adults by helping the eye produce dopamine, which aids in healthy eye development.
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Space saving wall slide system hugs the wall and divides the living room from the bedroom while still allowing natural light to shine through. The open air top gives the occupant the benefit of sharing heating and air conditioning with other areas of the home, saving money every year.

This stylish single sliding door stacks against the wall to save space, provide privacy and increase the value of the home. Beautiful.


Natural light helps you sleep! Interior glass doors provide natural light!

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Decades of Research shows that the amount of sunlight you receive has a direct impact on how much sleep you get at night. Direct sunlight, especially early in the morning for at least half an hour, produces the most benefit for a good night’s sleep while artificial lighting has little to no effect.
Further, artificial light before bed and at night can increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer if you’re unable to consistently obtain quality sleep.


Natural light improves your mood.

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Interior glass doors permits ample natural light to come inside!
Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression called which affects many people in the winter when they do not receive enough sunlight?
Scientists believe that the “happy” hormone called serotonin increases when nights are short and days are long.
Also, many psychiatrists recommend that people get out in the sunlight for at least 30 minutes a day to help prevent or treat depression.
Put on some sunscreen, go outside and enjoy some spring weather. Your body will thank you forever.
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The Importance of the Family Room and how Glass Room Dividers make it happen!

The family room is one of the most important rooms in any home.

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This is where the family gathers and spends a lot of time together. When you consider the digital world we live in everyone is so busy with their own life and families barely have time to see each other through the day, the family room is the perfect place to relax and spend quality time together. Modern glass room dividers allow you to close off a private area or divide up the space according to your lifestyle! Then, you can easily open it back up again at any time!

Big or small, the family room brings people together.

To watch TV, talk, play a game or listen to music, it’s all there!
Smooth sliding glass doors make it a personal sanctuary!

Modern Room Dividers with 3” aluminum frames and frosted glass keep the room clutter-free.
Modern Room Dividers with 3” aluminum frames
and frosted glass keep the room clutter-free.

Decorative glass room dividers with white frames and dividers strips for style. This is so beautiful!
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style. This is so beautiful!


Family Rooms boost morale with natural light flowing in!

Smooth glide glass doors divide the space and open up with a touch! Flexible, functional, beautiful interior glass doors save space and allow for plenty of natural light. These stacking glass doors on triple track hide away within the dining room to open up the whole floorplan. Family can gather, share their experiences and just BE TOGETHER in an uplifting place.
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Have a larger family room?

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Make an extra room in the house with no demolition, mess or down time! This is revolutionary with our interior glass door solutions that go from floor to ceiling for privacy. Now you have an extra room in your home created by decorative glass doors. Bring your family together in a meeting place that is calming, filled with natural light and can quietly close off to become a bedroom at night.

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Modern glass room divider at the beach house makes the perfect family room for socializing and spending time together!


Interior Glass Door solutions keep things clean, clutter free and give easy access to the entire space.

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Suspended glass room divider with laminated glass, white frames & 4 sliding glass doors. No bottom track makes it easy to keep the floor clean too. Close off the family room when you are in the kitchen or open it up to see the kids. It’s all so easy! Feel thrilled to see your family talking and sharing the events in their lives!
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Sliding glass door room dividers with frosted glass and wood core inserts are so decorative and easily close off a family room. Modern room dividers separate a family room from a home-office. Our interior glass room dividers are made with pride in our very own factory with safety and quality fabricated into every single door.

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Recessed Track flush with your flooring is so simple! Our triple track is recessed into the flooring & separates the carpet from the tile.


Loft room dividers with sliding glass doors, aluminum frames & divider strips make it easy to have a separation between the family room and bedroom!

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This 4-panel room divider was installed in less than 75 minutes on concrete floors. The low profile track is only 3/8” high and the doors slide and stack from either side, making easy entry from any direction!
Family rooms are a great place to sit and eat together and talk about your day.


Glass family room divider slides & stacks to the right or left, making it easy to enter into the kitchen.

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Laminated glass makes it super easy to clean and the low profile tracks can be recessed into the flooring. Plus, the entire solution is fully recyclable which is great for the environment.
Modern room divider shown here with silver frames allows natural light to flow in and divides up the space as needed.
For more information about how to create the perfect family room divider and save space or to create an extra room in your house with no construction.
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A Laminated glass room divider is perfect between a kitchen and family room. It is easy to clean and you can leave a love note with dry erase marker if you feel like it!

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Flexible Room Dividers have arrived!

Whether you want to save space, open up the floor plan or divide your space more efficiently with room dividers, The Sliding Door Company can make it happen!

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Stacking glass panels created a baby’s room within the parents bedroom. Opaque glass & dark brown frames go beautifully with the wood floor! Decorative room dividers complete any room making it perfect for parents needing to maximize space in the home!


How would you like to hide the laundry area with a smooth glide of a single glass door?

laundry-room-sliding-doorsSpace saving wall sliding doors and room dividers are flexible, easy to install and stay as good as they look on day one for years and years! Made with glass & aluminum frames, these sliding doors are perfect for green construction projects & are environmentally friendly.
Making and providing environmentally friendly products with glass and aluminum show that we care about air quality, sustainability & our communities. Custom room dividers fabricated with glass and aluminum look fantastic and help keep things clutter-free!


Flexibility is the name of the game with this installation!

flexible-sliding-doorsThis bedroom was created with privacy in mind. The siding glass panels stack into pockets on both sides and become hidden away out of site when opened! Yet, they are super easy to slide closed for privacy at night or any time you want a nap. The smart track system is recessed into the wood flooring, completely flush. Modern room dividers make it easy to divide up your space the way YOU want to!
We are proud to make interior glass doors in our own factory where safety and quality are fabricated into every door panel.

Not only are our room dividers flexible, they also let you optimize every inch of your floor space.

Flexible pocket doors shown here with 7mm thick laminated glass fully opened with no corner post. This project has one sliding door on the right and two sliding doors on the left. This shows we can accommodate so many site conditions and client wishes with our interior glass door custom room dividers.
Sliding doors in the closed position show how everything lines up and meets at the corner with no vertical post. This is the optimum in flexibility.

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Of course the flexibility goes further than just room dividers, it continues with closet doors, pass through windows and office enclosures too.

closed-office-sliding-doorsliding-pass-through-windowSimple, clean and clutter free. This 2-panel closet door has milky glass and dark brown aluminum frames with a wood-grain look. A dry erase marker can be used here for fun!
Pass through window on top of a pony wall makes visual access and teamwork a synch!


Pantry divider makes the whole kitchen clutter free, clean and organized.

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Frosted glass sliding doors and silver aluminum frames are simple to clean and allow easy access to everything inside. Custom room dividers keep things neat, clean and organized!
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Glass Closet Doors Save Space and Inspire the whole room!

 

Glass closet doors use to be an afterthought! Now even the professionals see that closet doors can enrich the entire room & inspire interior design throughout the home or office.

Milky glass closest doors with wenge aluminum frames save space and make the whole room look complete and clutter free.
Barn doors hug the wall to save space and inspire with the shoji type divider strips for style.
The main idea here is to maintain a peaceful, harmonious feeling in a personal space like a bedroom or guest room.
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Sliding Closet Doors with contrasting paneling really adds style to the space:

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All 3 sliding closet door panels stack behind one for easy access to everything inside. The frosted glass and wood core sections make the room a design focal point! This is the perfect solution for closets that cannot do with a swing door!


Whether it’s a room divider or closet door project, glass and aluminum will always keep their shape!
It’s your private sanctuary. Smooth, easy glide glass doors are nearly silent and provide privacy on demand. Dress them up with divider strips for style in any configuration you wish. These room divider doors stack to one side to optimize the opening and within seconds can slide closed for a private moment to focus.

Wall to Wall room divider with laminated glass and black frames.


Girls still like mirrored closet doors! Some boys don’t!

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Silver framed closet doors with one frosted glass and one mirrored panel.

 

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Silver framed glass closet doors with milky glass that can double as a dry erase board!

 


Sliding Closet Doors are Classic

Frameless glass barn door with 10mm thick frosted glass is the perfect space saving closet door.[/caption]You can never go wrong with sliding closet doors! They have been around for so long and maintain their popularity in home interior design. Sliding glass closet doors conceal the amount of space inside the closet and always look stylish on the outside. They are easy to open and can stack to either side allowing super easy access to everything.
When you opt for a barn door style closet door, the entire opening can be clear to access your belongings any time rather than just a portion of the closet being open at any given time with traditional closet doors.

Glass closet doors with frosted glass and divider strips for style

Frameless glass barn door with 10mm thick frosted glass is the perfect space saving closet door.

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What every bedroom needs

Interior Sliding Glass Room Dividers give you what your bedroom needs!

Your bedroom is your personal space and a place to feel totally comfortable.


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Calming surroundings are perfect for sleep time but what about uplifting spaces that boost your mood? You can have both in the very same room!

Having a comfy area rug will let you step off your bed or sofa onto something warm and soft.

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Having a room divider with frosted glass or laminated glass that allows natural light to flow through during the day is super inspiring.


Have a place to sit that is not the bed – Room dividers make it easy!

Headboard Divider

Sand and Sisal posted this on Pinterest to show a nice way to share space in a kids room
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Curtain Divider

Tammy Todd-Wetzel posted this on Pinterest regarding basement renovation ideas
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Stacking Sliding Doors

Stacking sliders make it easy to divide a bedroom from a kitchen or bathroom. Frosted glass, wenge frames.
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Kids bunk beds each have individual lighting which is so practical and important..

 
Smoked milky glass wall slide door hugs the wall & saves space while stylishly dividing the bedroom from the bathroom
 
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Sometimes you just need your own space to sit and think or do nothing!

Interior glass partitions make it so easy…
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Suspended Barn Door system with no bottom track


Closet Doors are the design focal point of this girls room!

Milky glass sliding closet doors can double as a dry erase board too!
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Your bedroom can be as unique as you are! Sliding closet doors make it easy to access everything inside. Shown here with milky glass and white frames.
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Loft room divider separates the bedroom sleep area from the rest of your living space, giving you a personal sanctuary, peace of mind & a boost in morale.
glass room partitions
Modern barn door sliding room divider with frosted glass & silver frame.


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