Internal doors may drastically transform your home, whether you’re upgrading internal doors or adding internal doors to a new build – they can give your home an entirely different vibe without requiring you to renovate the entire interior. When it comes to internal doors, there are several factors to consider. There are so many possibilities, from size and utility to style and insulation performance, that it might be daunting.
To make your selection a little easier, we’ve produced a guide to some of the things you should consider when choosing your doors here at Door Superstore.
What is the best sort of interior door for you?
Doors are composed of a variety of materials and structures, each with its own set of advantages.
Internal doors made of solid wood
Solid wooden doors, which are manufactured from a single piece of wood, have been popular for many years. Solid wooden internal doors can be both contemporary and modern in design, and their solid construction allows them to be trimmed to fit your doorway, giving them strength and weight and making them feel high quality. Solid wooden internal doors can be both contemporary and modern in design, and their solid construction allows them to be trimmed to fit your doorway. To give your home a classic and high-quality finish, choose solid wooden internal doors manufactured from wood such as pine, oak, and walnut.
Internal doors with an engineered core
Internal Glazed Doors with engineered cores, also known as solid-core doors, have a solid core with a fine grade surface veneer on each side. They’re durable and substantial, and they have the look of a genuine wood door without the high cost.
Internal doors that have been moulded
Internal moulded doors are made from wood bi-products that are pressed together to make a door. Moulded doors are sometimes less expensive than solid wooden doors, and they come in a variety of sizes and shapes, giving you more options when it comes to finding the perfect internal door.
Internal flush doors
Flush doors usually have a completely smooth surface, giving your home a minimalist feel. To make the door, they usually consist of an engineered core with a hollow frame, which is then covered with plywood or MDF. They’re significantly lighter and can’t be cut to fit, but they’re a cost-effective alternative to an inside door. Internal flush doors are available in a variety of styles, with features including panels, grooves, and stains to complement both traditional and contemporary homes.
Internal doors with panels
Instead of a single piece of wood, paneled internal doors are made up of several separate panels. Panel doors, which are popular in houses and buildings around the UK, have a structure that provides solidity, durability, and variety – you may pick from 2, 4, or 6 panelled internal doors for your home.
Do you think an interior glazed door would look good in your home?
Internal glass doors can brighten up a room or hallway by allowing natural light to pass through the house even when the doors are closed. You can have internal glass doors with full glazing, half glazing, or glazing panels, depending on how much light you want to let in. You can also get transparent, concealed, or frosted glazing, depending on how much privacy you need.
Alternatively, choose an unglazed door and install the glazing yourself, allowing you to give your internal doors a unique touch. Stained glass is a fantastic method to add a unique touch to your door if you’re seeking to make a statement.
Have you thought of a variety of colors for your inside door?
Internal doors come in a variety of colors, and picking one that you hadn’t considered before can totally transform a space. Other colors, such as ash grey, light grey, dark walnut, and others, are becoming increasingly fashionable in addition to typical internal doors in simple wooden or white finishes.
Which option for a finish is best for you?
Depending on your time limits, talents, desire to add a personal touch, and other factors, doors come in a variety of finishes and alternatives.
Pre-finished doors have been fully completed, including stains or paint, as well as protection, and are ready to be installed or hung. Because it does not need to be primed, painted, or stained and allowed to cure before hanging, it saves a lot of time and money.
Internal doors that have been treated and primed but not painted will need to be painted before they can be hung. This allows you to apply your own finishing touches to the door using paint or wood stain without having to spend time priming it, saving you time while also allowing you to personalize it.
Another option is to go with an unfinished inside door. Unfinished interior doors are sometimes less priced and allow you to entirely customize your door. Before hanging, apply primer, wood stain, or paint, and choose an unglazed, unfinished door for complete customization.
Internal door hardware and accessories should not be overlooked.
Don’t forget the door accessories and hardware when replacing interior doors to completely remodel a room! Choosing the correct door handles, door knobs, or door frames may give the room and the door a whole new look.
Door locks aren’t typically included with new doors. It’s also crucial to remember to have locks, as well as door handles and knobs, for your inside doors. We provide a variety of latches, including bathroom locks, mortice latches, and a number of fire-rated latches for use on fire-rated doors.