04:58PM | 02/17/03
Member Since: 01/07/03
48 lifetime posts
My bedroom currently separates my office with French doors. I installed them for the look. Also, there was a large build-in closet, which served both rooms. It was very old and out dated. Now, I have the need for additional space to accommodate a dresser. My choice is to remove the French doors and place a wall in its place or kept the doors and put the dresser in front. I would like some thoughts on this.


04:21PM | 02/24/03
Member Since: 01/16/03
16 lifetime posts
I would put the dresser in front of the french doors as long as the glass doesn't show from the sides. A free standing mirror would look really interesting in front of the glass. You could also hang fabric behind the dresser to camoflage it from the office side and soften the look of the wall. Just my opinion!
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