Door + charm = French Doors, right? We all love french doors for the texture and light they bring to an entry. Between rooms, French doors give enough privacy and division of space without the big solid closed-door feels. When you install french doors, interiors just feel complete. If you are trying to decide how to handle room divisions, we highly recommend french doors.
Interior spaces, especially in a house with a large footprint, often get a little dark. By dividing rooms with glass doors instead of solid doors, they get a little outdoor light, plus the feel of being on an exterior wall because of the framed glass windows. With french doors interior, you can close off a room without feeling "closed-off."
Interior French doors are double doors with small glass panes top to bottom. Since they don't have a center doorjam, they are not ideal for situations where security is an issue, but that same characteristic makes french doors interior-ideal. Use them between office space, libraries, between dining and sitting rooms.