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Product description

WHY SWINGING DOORS?

THEY ALLOW FOR SOME PRIVACY AND ROOM DIVISION WHILE ADDING EASE AND STYLE.

Available sizes : (WIDTH X HEIGHT) 75x60cm , 75x70cm , 75x80cm , 75x90cm , 80x60cm , 80x70cm , 80x80cm , 80x90cm , 85x60cm , 85x70cm , 85x80cm , 85x90cm , 90x60cm , 90x70cm , 90x80cm , 90x90cm , 95x60cm , 95x70cm , 95x80cm , 95x90cm , 100x70cm , 100x80cm , 100x90cm , 100x100cm size customizable

Materia: Solid pine wood frame + stainless steel hinge

Feature:

Strong joints keeps doors stable
Easy to install
Provides privacy, yet allows light, air amp; conversation
Doors swing both ways amp; automatically returns to center

Swinging cafe doors can be used in a residential or commercial setting. they have been used in national chain restaurants, coffee shops, cafÉs, and local restaurants. these saloon doors | cafe doors are used instead of the impact door and give a warm look with real wood. we can make a restaurant door for you. shop now!

Pine Wooden Swinging Door Saloon Cafe Bar Kitchen Entrance Resta

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