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Choosing Interior Door Styles

We understand choosing internal doors for your home can be difficult, stressful and time consuming which is why we’ve put together a small but simple guide to help you achieve a truly individual look.

Interior doors have the ability to transform the look and feel of a room with it’s design detail, quality and practicability. Materials, door swing, soundproofing, fireproofing and style are just a few things that should be taken into consideration when searching for the right doors for your home. We’ll be focusing on door styles for each room, just to give you a better idea on what type of doors are best fitted per room.

Let’s start with the living room.

Living Room Style Doors

The living room and the kitchen battle for the top spot when it comes to where we spend the majority of our time. But thankfully, the living room allows us to relax, dive into comfort and rest after a long day. The interior of our home shows what we are like on the design side of things, which is why for many when it comes to renovating or decorating, it’s nice to throw a bit of personality in there to make it different and unique – whether that be with jazzy accessories or rustic furniture. Take a look at the best internal doors for your living room.

Glass Panel doors – There are quite a few options when it comes to internal panel doors for your living room. Panel doors range from 2 panels to 6-panel doors and a popular style many people choose is a glass panel. This is because it helps light to circulate into the room as well as providing a classic, contemporary look.

Glazed doorsGlazed doors also allow light into the room, but it is able to transfer from one room to another giving your home a lighter, more spacious feel.

French doors – French doors can be installed to swing either inward or outward, depending on your preference. They are a great choice if you’re looking to use them between two rooms, such as the dining room and living room.

We recommend our Pattern 10 French Glazed Oak Veneer Door.

Kitchen Style Doors

We spend a lot of time in the kitchen, preparing and cooking up our favourite meals so it’s no surprise for many of us that we consider the kitchen to be the most important part of a house. Your kitchen doors should match your kitchen theme and we hope our suggestions help with your final decision. See here for more kitchen ideas if you need a few!

Panel doors – Internal oak panel doors are a timeless choice, full of quality and style that will last. They are most often found in modern kitchens and have no trouble in achieving a neat, classic look.

Shaker doors – Shaker doors boast clean lines and an attractive wood grain finish. They are known for being strong and durable, which is exactly you should look for in kitchen doors. They are perfectly suited for modern and contemporary homes.

We recommend our Deanta Coventry Four Panel Shaker Style Oak Door.

Bathroom Style Doors

The time we spend in the bathroom is our relaxing, quiet space. (Apart from when we have to clean it). So, we understand it’s important to enhance the ambiance of your home and the rooms in it! Our suggested bathroom doors below will hopefully help with your decision making and you can relax with a glass of wine in no time.

Four-panel doors – Four-panel doors are classic, detailed doors which are achieved by the sunken inset panels. They are a popular choice for bathrooms as it offers simplicity and is able to match any contemporary, modern and traditional themes.

Sliding doors – Sliding bathroom doors don’t receive as much attention as they deserve but they are a unique addition to any kind of bathroom. Pocket doors save space and add a real touch of beauty.

We recommend our Eton 4 Flat Panel Oak Door.

Bedroom Style Doors

Panel doorsPanel doors are widely used throughout many homes because of their design and diversity. They offer a simplistic and traditional look whilst ensuring you get the privacy you need.

Sliding doors – Sliding doors are a neat feature, especially in the bedroom when it comes to closets. They ultimately save a lot of space and therefore make it easier when they are in use.

Bi-folding doors – Bi-fold doors are heavily suited for bedroom closets and walk-in wardrobes. They are best known for optimising space and come in various designs to meet your requirements.

We recommend our Seville Pre-Finished Oak Internal Door.

Interior doors are the most visible used design elements in any home, so they should not be undervalued. We strongly recommend investing in high-quality internal doors and spending a few more pennies than you originally planned if you would like them to last. If you require any guidance on any of the doors we’ve mentioned, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be more than happy to help.