BEDFORD, N.J. — If you’re looking for a French door for just $3 of your own, then you’re in luck.
The new French-door style is coming to the United States soon, thanks to a partnership between French-based design company Mirole and the Dutch firm Houdini.
The doors will be offered in three different sizes, with each model offering its own unique features.
The first, a 5-inch model, will come in four sizes, all of which have a removable door.
The 6-inch and 8-inch versions will be available in different lengths.
The doors also have a sliding panel that slides out from the front of the door, allowing for easy access to the garage, and can be attached to a carport, making it easier to move the door out of the way of other furniture or furniture that isn’t covered by the panels.
The door also features a built-in lock that can be removed for easy transport, and an adjustable latch system that allows the doors to be opened or closed independently.
Houdini also promises the doors will last up to 10,000 hours, which is enough time for them to be installed.
The door panels are made of a light and flexible polyurethane material that is strong and lightweight.
The material was chosen for the door panels because it is a strong material and is also a good fit for the interior of the doors.
Houzz said the door will cost about $3 more than the traditional French door, but will be made in-house by the company.
The prices will increase to $5.50 in the U.S. and $6.50 internationally for the first two doors, with the price for the final door set to be $8.50, Houzz said.