When hanging a door with textured glass we need to think which way we want the textured side to face. For example, a door with frit glass will have one side that is smooth and the other that has a slight texture.
To understand the concept of the hinge and stop side, a video showcasing this concept was created.
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The door in this scenario is a right-hand door swinging into Room 1.
The hinges would be on seen in Room 1, while the stop would be seen in Room 2.
If we wanted the textured side in Room 2, we would want the textured side to be on the stop side. If the textured side was to the hinge side, it would be towards Room 1.
Here we have a right-hand door swinging into Room 4.
The hinges would be in Room 4 and the stop in Room 3.
If we wanted the textured side to Room 4, we the textured side would be to the hinge side.
Doors with textured glass are not the only door type where the stop or hinge side must be specified.