Interior doors

Interior doors

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Interior Door Designs

The two main interior door classifications are flush and panel designs. Flush doors feature a simpler appearance than panel doors. They are usually cheaper and are perfect for people who want an economical choice. Flush doors are flat and have a coat of paint or wood stain. The simplicity of these doors makes them blend easily with nearly any decorating theme. Flush doors also come in several different material options.

Panel doors are made from wood, and they feature horizontal rails with vertical stiles. Also, panel doors have patterns to improve their aesthetic quality. Formal designs have more panels than traditional styles. The type of panel door is an important consideration for styling purposes. For example, a formal room would look better with a six-panel door than a two-panel door. From molded wood fibers to solid timber, there are several material options for panel doors.

Interior doors come in several different models. Bypass doors use a track and have an overhead hanging structure. They are commonly chosen for bedrooms and closets. The doors are often mounted in sets of two or more. However, the design depends on available room since the doors must be able to bypass or move past one another. Many people choose mirrored doors for a bypass structure since it lends a luxurious look to any room.

Folding doors share similarities with hinged and sliding designs. They are divided. The divided panels fold using a hinge. As they fold, the inner sides protrude forward, and the bottom outer edges remain in line on the track. Folding designs are popular for:

  • Closets
  • Laundry rooms
  • Cupboards

Hinged doors are the most common design. They are used for outer and inside doors. Hinged doors fit within a frame and open inward or outward depending on the preference of the homeowner. Several types of hinged doors may move both ways with a special type of hinge. If there is not enough room for a traditional door or a bypass door, a pocket design may be ideal. Pocket doors move along tracks that go behind the walls. There may be one or two pocket doors in a single doorway.