French door


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French door

A door having a top rail, bottom rail, and stiles, which has glass panes throughout its entire length; often used in pairs. See also: Dutch door

French door, casement door, door window

A door having a top rail, bottom rail, and stiles, which has glass panes throughout (or nearly throughout) its entire length; often used in pairs.
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The ground floor is home to the 21ft lounge where you'll find twin sets of French doors and a contemporary fire surround that gives the room a real focal point.
Advanced filtration - The filtration technology in GE French door refrigerators removes toxins and chemicals so that dispensed water and ice are crystal clear.
French doors also offer the ergonomics of a traditional bottom mount, as these units feature the refrigerator on top, eliminating the need to bend over to retrieve commonly used food items.
Although an issue for all French doors, leakage is of particular concern with wood doors.
Additional Monogram appliances, including a new dishwasher and French door refrigerator, AdvantiumA speedcooking technology and an induction cooktop, will be on display in GE Monogram s booth 1401.
The luxury flooring continues into the reception hall which has a door to the conservatory where there are black and white marbled floor tiles and French doors to the garden.
It has a hall with stairs, lounge with feature fireplace, dining room with French doors to the garden, refitted kitchen/diner with French doors to the garden, lobby, shower room and lean-to with plumbing for a washing machine.
Next to the kitchen is a pantry and a utility with more work tops and storage units, plumbing for a washing machine and separate dryer, space for a tall fridge/ freezer and a French door to the garden.