Before the renovation, the kitchen door and the corridor door were close together, forming a column position, wasting space and being unsightly. The designer changed half of the entire wall of the hallway to a sliding door, removing the sharp corners of the column and connecting it to the other wall of the kitchen. It also functions as a partition increasing the area of ​​the dining area and accommodate more guests if the door is fully opened.

A strong contrast is revealed by the use of irregular trapezoidal geometric patterns in the design of the wall, breaking the original boring pattern. The central part of the door frame is hollowed out with glass to enhance the perspective effect.

The cloakroom in the master bedroom also uses a glass sliding door, which completely replaces the traditional wardrobe. It is full height to ceilings and offers a better storage space.