Typically, a wooden door is always and widely used because a glass is easily broken. A glass door will not normally be used on the exterior except on big establishments where there is a need to see through it. Interior glass door however can give a very good decoration to your space, it can give a pleasing look that even a wood door can hardly give. An interior glass door does not necessarily have to be transparent; you have a choice on the extent of transparency and thickness depending on your choice and need.
You can choose a door style that will make your living area more adaptable. There are doors that separate one room to the other, keeping it open gives more space between two adjoining rooms while keeping it close creates two different rooms. Hinged doors is the most common and traditional in which it can swing on both direction but you must take into account which way the door will swing so it will not obstruct the room space. Hinged door is also most common on glass door. Sliding doors, on the other hand, by its term itself would mean a door that slide. It can either be a slide that capture a space on the wall or bypasses one another. This type is not always seen on glass doors. There are still many other types of glass doors for your interior. The most important thing to think about now is the style and the look that will fit the interior of your space.