I was looking to get some interior doors installed in my home. What I would have called "French Doors", i.e. two doors the swing open from the middle of the frame.
However, as I was talking to my
superior wife, I was informed that French Doors have glass and are not solid. Having studied engineering and architecture in my youth, I was surprised to have such a fundamental misunderstanding of the term...
In fact the faithful Google machine tells me:
French door: a door with glass panes throughout its length.
To corroborate itself, when I do an image search for "French Doors" they all appear to have glass.
So my question is, what is the name for doors that operate in the same style as "French" ones, but do not have glass in them?
Edit for clarity, I am referring to doors that operate like the ones circled below.
Or for the more visually inclined; like this, but without the glass panels.