The internal doors in your home can often be overlooked when it comes to interior design. In many homes, the doors pale into the background, simply blending in, rather than making a statement. However today, there are so many different styles available from online retailers such as Internal Doors UK that it’s incredibly easy to make a real statement with your doors. And why wouldn’t you? The different options mean you can make your home look chic, contemporary, traditional and can even enable the interiors to be brighter with more natural light.
So take a look at our top 5 most popular internal door styles and see which one you want in your home…
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The seemingly simple act of adding a few panes of glass can transform the whole interior of your home thanks to the wealth of natural light they promote. Light will flow through windows and rooms and usually, that would be where it ends. However, glazed doors mean that the light can continue onwards into darker hallways, illuminating even the gloomiest of corners. And you needn’t worry about the overall look either – almost all looks/styles/finishes of doors can be glazed, even fire safety ones.
If you have a period property, the likelihood is you would like internal doors which are in keeping with the overall style. Original ones are available of course but can be pricey so replicas are a great and affordable alternative. These can also be used to bring a different edge to a more contemporary home if you want a blend of styles. Choose from Georgian, Victorian, and Art Deco doors, and your space will have a period-twist on what might otherwise be a modern home.
There are so many new-build properties cropping up and there is a strong persuasion for many to have a home that is uber-chic and that’s where contemporary doors can be useful. Coming in a range of styles and colors such as different shades of grey, you will be amazed at how much of an impact they can have to really complete your look.
Wood as a material has been used in house-building since houses first got constructed and it is with very good reason we continue to use it today. Not only is it strong and durable, but it’s also beautiful in all its forms and we can tailor it to suit any living space. Choose from walnut, pine, or even traditional oak and you won’t be disappointed in the finish you receive.
There has been a growing trend towards open plan living over the years however, the recent pandemic has meant that we often need versatility within our homes. This is where room dividers are perfect. They can be fully opened to allow a free-flowing space to be created for an open plan environment and closed to ensure there are separate rooms as and when required.