I had that happen to one pane in my interior door.
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Guys I realied that when I clicked Submit lol! Oh well, just plane old close and open doors!
RD, they are a diamond cutt glass, and while I normally would not for a bedroom, I just love them, and while friends did the glass but they added curtain and lace to create privacy, as their glass was clear, I got these as you absolutely cannot see through them. Light yes, and if close to the door, you can see movement, but that is about all. They were worth the extra dollars, and the upstairs is so much more open and I just love the feel of the doors. I have always loved this type of door.
"If your number one goal is to make sure that everyone likes and approves of you, then you risk sacrificing your uniqueness and, therefore, your excellence."
A few years ago, we installed one of those white French doors into the front porch (vestibule). Because we have a large window in the front door, it lets in a lot of light which is so much nicer than the old dull wooden door which made the hallway so dark. Sometimes the little things can make such a big difference.
Very attractive! But then, we have the exact same design for our double doors leading to the sun room. Even the hardware looks the same. The only difference is ours are standard clear glass and are stained as opposed to painted.