Originally, the louvered door was used outside, nowadays it takes its place in our interiors - practical and decorative at the same time.
It is pretty and allows both ventilation and play with the intensity of light important. This type of door is suitable for every room. Discover our selection of many examples of louvered doors in very different contexts of interiors.
Louvered door: more than 50 original ideas
The louvered door does not let in the sun's rays freely, but allows the air to circulate. Do you know the difference between shutters and shutters? Indeed, the shutter is open while the shutter is massive. In addition, the louver obscures the inside better and does not allow the outside eyes to see through.
Louvered shutter door in the garden
Jealousy is also a door louver type, but sliding. These blades are adjustable and retractable. In this way, you can adjust the light intensity in the room. The preferred materials for louvers are the wood and aluminum.
Bathroom with louvered cupboard doors
Very fashionable in the past, at some point some people found it unattractive and have forgotten. More than a door, she then finds several different utilities. For bathroom windows or doors in your closet, the shutter is perfect. You can also use it as decoration. In the flea markets there are old shutters. You can repaint them or leave them worn for a touch Vintage.
White interior bathroom with louvered cupboard doors
Closet with louvered doors
Wardrobe with louvered doors
Bathroom cabinet with louvered doors
Idea of louvered closet door
Louvered door that lets light in
Bathroom with large wardrobe with louvered door
Freshness for your clothes
Sliding door and shutter
Kitchen with white louvered door
Shutters and shutters
Decoration with old louver door
Dark brown wood cupboard
Closet in dark gray with louvered doors