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Dutch Door

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Re: Dutch Door

I always wanted a Dutch Door, but my husband argues that our winters are too cold for that door.

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Re: Dutch Door

My downstairs neighboor has one on his patio door with a screen, such a ncie way to enjoy a Summer day

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Registered: ‎03-28-2010

Re: Dutch Door


@lolakimono wrote:


We had one of these in my childhood home but strangely enough it was the door to the laundry room.

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Registered: ‎03-10-2010

Re: Dutch Door

I like it and the yellow on the outside.

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Re: Dutch Door

We have the bottom half of one between the living room and dining room. My husband made it so we could keep the dogs separate when needed.

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Re: Dutch Door

I prefer a dutch door with glass or glass panels in the top portion....

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Re: Dutch Door


@lolakimono wrote:


 I like the Dutch Door but, unfortunately there is no place in my house for it 😢

Honored Contributor
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Re: Dutch Door

I love Dutch doors and have always wanted one... I don't think I'd want one as my front door but think it would make such a charming kitchen or back entry door...


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Re: Dutch Door

Also known as a "Mr. Ed" door.  Smiley Happy