4 Wooden Interior Doors We Love

4 Wooden Interior Doors We Love
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    Wooden interior doors come in a huge variety of designs, styles, patterns and materials.

    Choosing the right one therefore becomes important as it is usually considered a long-term investment.

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In this guest post, we bring you four most popular door designs that you can consider to install in your home.

Whether you building a brand new home or planning to remodel your existing architecture, stylish doors can make quite a bold statement and make an ever-lasting impression on your family and friends. Make sure you make the right choice while choosing your doors as there are many options available in the market and you need one that lives up to your expectations.

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That being said, here are four most preferred interior wooden doors that home owners are increasingly bringing home.

1. Panel Doors

Panel doors, often available in wooden options, have gained immense popularity in recent times. They are increasingly making an appearance in residential homes. Panel doors are characterized by square or rectangular patterns that can range from one single panel to up to eight panels. These panels can further be treated to decorative finishes, rounder tops, and even glass inserts. The most trending doors nowadays include:

A. The three panel mission doors
B. The five panel equal doors
C. The standard whole panel doors

2. Bi-Fold Doors

These doors are another example of stylish home interior doors. Bi-fold wooden doors are essentially hinged together so that they fold into one another. They are hung and mounted from a track. The most preferred home areas for bi-fold door installation include bedroom closets, kitchens, and laundry rooms. Contemporary bi-fold doors also work like a charm in smaller homes where a full swinging door can consume a lot of space.

3. French Doors

French doors are known for their elegance and style. They can instantly add a glamorous touch to any entryway. These wooden doors are essentially constructed by having two hinge doors hung together – mounted on either side of a door opening – so that they swing towards one another. Home owners often prefer their French doors with glass inserts or decorative panels to achieve a dramatic look. Home areas such as offices, living areas, master bedrooms, and even music rooms often incorporate these doors as an essential interior decor accessory.

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4. Pocket Doors

Referred to as “old school” doors, pocket doors have made an impressive comeback. These doors are very similar to sliding doors but instead of two, have only one single mounted door to an overhead rolling track. The door slides into this track that is prepared withing a designated space on the wall above. These doors are available in wooden options and are quite a workable option for smaller spaces where doors rarely need any closing. Home owners often prefer to have these doors installed in interior passage ways as well as in closets.

Hopefully these options will make you choose that door style that matches up to your vision. Be careful of the colour, design and material and bring home a door that accentuates your abode’s beauty like no other. Good luck!

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