n. a set of double doors composed of many small glass panes and narrow stiles
A pair of doors with glass panes for most or all of their length.
A pair of hinged doors that can be made to open in or out, depending on your requirements.
A pair of casement windows serving as doors, traditionally glazed above and panelled below, but nowadays usually all glass
Two doors that usually open to a patio or balcony.
A pair of doors, each of which often occupies little more than half the width of a normal door and am either half or fully glazed.
Panels are hinged at the left and right side jambs, and open from the center. Optional center-activated flush bolt system for added security.
A pair of doors with large glass windows that open from the center, often onto a porch or patio. Commonly used with cremone bolts.
An elegant pair of doors, closing together, which usually open outwards on to a deck or patio.
Two adjoining doors inlaid with glass that open from the middle.
Two doors that open in the middle and are hinged at the jambs.
Single or double doors in which the majority of the door area is made up of one or more panes of glass surrounded by a frame. One or both doors swing open on hinges. Traditionally made of wood, some have metal clad exteriors for increased weather resistance and durability. Tightly sealed double pane French doors are available, some with adjustable blinds between the panes of glass.