Re: Double door vs single door?4
Jul 24, 2019 9:28 am
Large single. We currently have a double and it’s only ever been fully opened when we have a large furniture delivery!
Re: Double door vs single door?5
Jul 24, 2019 11:04 am
We have double doors in our current home and yes, we seldom use the other door. It is very useful though when transporting larger items inside. In my opinion, I'd go with large single door. In our next build, we chose to have 1200mm pivot door.
I always love the look of double doors, but I think larger doors look more modern.
Re: Double door vs single door?6
Jul 24, 2019 9:24 pm
We have 2.2m wide hallway so we can fit double, but thinking of going with 1200m wide single on hinges.
Should we have that in the middle of entrance or towards the side so that door can stop at the wall? Not sure how would it stop otherwise if it is in the middle?
Re: Double door vs single door?8
Sep 27, 2019 2:16 pm
For me, I would have a standard door and a moveable sidelight. So that if i ever need a bigger entrance for large items, i can unlock the sidelight to make the entrance wider.
Day to day use, the sidelight will be locked/fixed into position.
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