Decorative Interior Doors
by Giorgina Devereaux
Discover timeless charm with decorative interior doors that feature intriguing designs and the enchanting beauty of hardwood.
Decorative interior doors are available in rich textures, warm finishes, and exquisite designs.
It is a great way to enhance the appearance of your home and add value.
Although there are different types of doors to choose from, our focus will be on doors that are offered in natural wood beauty and custom carved with the look of wood.
Whatever your preference is, you can count on these dramatic looking interior doors to add elegance to your home for many years to come.
Decorative Interior Doors
Aside from how lovely these doors
look, wood possesses sound-deafening characteristics that keep the noise out.
You can have these doors stained or
painted for a rich finish.
Natural wood decorative interior doors are available in the following designs:
You can find these doors in the following wood species:
These doors are available in the following paint options:
Custom Carved Interior Doors
Stylish interior doors are available
in over 100 standard designs and options. The options include panel profiles,
sticking profiles, and raised moulding.
Custom carved interior doors are
comprised of a refined medium density fiberboard (MDF) that is carefully buffed
for a visually appealing furniture-grade finish.
Since several of these terms may be confusing, below are some
descriptions for these door styles.
Bifold doors have two doors that fold to one side, or four doors,
split in the center of the opening, with two doors folding back to each side.
A cafe door is a double door unit that consists of two short doors that swing freely in both directions (just like the saloon doors of the old west). These doors are available in heights of 36” and 42”.
Chalkboard doors are ideal for
families on the go, whether used in the kitchen, pantry, or a children’s room.
This door can be used for artistic
purposes where children can post artwork from school or create original works of
art directly on the door itself.
A Dutch door consists of two
horizontal door halves, with the top and bottom halves operating independently
from each other. For privacy purposes, you can close the bottom while leaving
the top open.
These doors also make a great baby gate, and can be used for a nursery or as a play room door. When the top and bottom sections are locked together, the two sections work as one, like a standard door.
Pantry doors feature various designs consisting of frosted glass with the word, “Pantry” etched on it.
These doors are used to cover wider than normal areas.
You can also include transoms above
your interior door.
Transoms are available
with glass and in raised or flat panels to match the doors in your home.
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