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01-09-2019 08:58 PM
There was a door like that where I worked. It was there to make it easy to hand out supplies while having a level of security in place with the lower half of the door closed. For me a door like that is more utilitarian than it is aesthetically pleasing.
Yes, the files and supplies room where I worked for years had a door like that. The top half was kept open. If you wanted something, the files clerk would get it for you; you were not allowed in the room.
01-10-2019 06:25 AM
Love the look of Dutch doors, we had French doors in our home. Haven't thought of those in ages. They could be open or closed (cooler weather) to keep air flowing or to shut out cool drafts.
01-10-2019 09:32 AM - edited 01-10-2019 06:55 PM
My Aunt had one when I was a child and my friend had one..both going out to the garden. I LOVED them and wished we had one.
They didn't call it a Dutch Door but I can't remember what they called it. It is driving me crazy.
I just remembered my Aunt and my Friend called theirs a Stable Door.
01-10-2019 10:25 AM
I know someone who has a dutch door in the kitchen. If you open it, you step down one step and turn left to go down the basement stairs or turn right and exit the side door.
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