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Product description

Size:120x90cm

Why swinging doors?
The door of the cafe is practical and decorative. You can install a swing door where you need it to partition the interior and save space.
The swing door can be conveniently kept in the open position when needed, allowing light and ventilation, but increasing the privacy of the door.

Product Name: Swinging Doors / Interior Doors
Door Type: Café Door/ Saloon Door/ barn door/ sliding doors/ accordion doors/ Laundry Room Doors/ Closet Doors / Pet Gate/ Bathroom Doors/ Kitchen Doors/ Fence gate
Style: Pastoral/ American/ Mediterranean/ Retro / European / Simple
Primary Material: Wood
Color: Natural, unpainted
Door Core Type: Solid Wood
Pieces Included: 1 Pair of doors
Number of Doors Included: 2
Installation Hardware Included: Yes
Opening and closing method: double door
Size: width × height, unit: cm, width is the total width of the door frame

Products include:
2 x Door
2 x Solid Wood Doorpost
4 x stainless steel hinge (metal fittings)

Custom statements:
1. If you need to provide the full width of the door opening without having to reserve a gap.
2. If you need other sizes, you can contact us by e-mail, we support personal adaptation.

Note:
1. Due to the recording problem, the picture and the actual object can have a small color difference, please understand.
2. Please measure the width of the door several times, and then take the average value. The error is controlled within 0-1cm.
3. The product must be made after the purchase. The production time is 7 days, which can affect the delivery time. Those who need to buy urgently, please be careful.

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