The House in Dawanglu features sliding wood screen doors to help divide the inside of the abode and make it easy for residences to move between the spaces.
The screen doors match the decor for the rest of the house, as most of it is made out of a lighter colored wood. As such the abode takes on a cabin-like feel, with this material making up most of the interior. The sliding doors thus blend in well with these surroundings, and it's hard to even spot them unless someone slides them open or closed. These sliding doors provide just enough privacy for people to get away from the bustle of the kitchen, while still feeling like they are a part of the party with whoever is in the main area. Photo Credits: designboom, tsuaa
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