24' wide and 8' tall closet doors flank front door, 6 or 3 panel?
In typing the subject of this post I realized my need for advice is complicated. Here's the situation:
Our front door is a 6 panel and will have a spiderweb fanlight transom and sidelights. The ante room door will have the same transom and sidelights (unless some of you make a strong case for something else). The foyer is dark and so these transoms and sidelights should help. Because of this darkness my husband suggests we have the ante room door glass instead of wood, but I feel as though this will be too much "pattern" with the glass around the door, the rectangular lites of the door, and then we also have a black and white checker floor. Do you have recs on what to do the ante room door in?
Now, the closet doors that flank the ante room door will be 24" wide by 8' tall. This will look terrible in 6-panel because of the proportions, right? Do we do 3 panel instead even though all the doors in the house are 6-panel? What say you, Garden Web?