Dutch Door Origins of Dutch Split Doors During the early 1600s in the Netherlands, Dutch doors featured a design new to the world--top and bottom door halves that opened and closed independently from one another. First used as an exterior door, the bottom half of the door kept dried leaves and dust from blowing in while the top half remained open, letting in the fresh air.
Barn doors are great solution for partitioning off areas when you are space limited. Could you use one in your home? Discover more ideas by viewing our “Doors and Windows” album on our site at http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/ideas-for-your-rooms/doors-and-windows-gallery/doors-and-windows/