bifolding door

bifolding door

A door having two pairs of leaves, each pair consisting of an outer and an inner leaf which are hinged together; each inner leaf (the one nearest the center line) is hung from an overhead track; each outer leaf is pivoted at the jamb.
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The kitchen and family area to the rear of the property are the hub of the home, with bifolding doors overlooking the rear garden.
This huge space, with ceramic tile floor and underfloor heating, maximises the light with three sets of triple-glazed bifolding doors that open onto the patio and rear garden, extending the entertaining space.
The south facing elevation has bifolding doors which practically invite the outdoors in - in fact, the entire east wing has wide, floor to ceiling windows, something which is all the more impressive when you see the master bedroom.
In the kitchen, there are also bifolding doors that lead out the back garden.
A key feature is the superb family dining kitchen extension to the rear which enjoys impressive glazing in the form of a roof lantern and impressive bifolding doors connecting to the garden.
Next to the dining table there are bifolding doors that open out onto an enclosed garden - so you can eat with a view.
Running the length of the house there are ample south and west facing windows filling the room with light and bifolding doors open onto a delightful roof terrace from where exceptional panoramic views can be enjoyed across the whole of Cardiff and beyond.
The 6- by 20-foot space contained a side-by-side washer and dryer at one end, which Murray enclosed with bifolding doors (at left in photo at left).
The long central landing on the first floor has three bedrooms leading off, one having bifolding doors and a glass Juliet balcony.
A stunning sun room with bifolding doors can be found in the annexe, and the doors lead out into the garden.
It's a stunning former barn looking out over the Cleveland Hills, with bifolding doors that take you into the garden.