Further information about Internal French Doors
Internal french doors
The popular French door doesn't just belong as a transition between your home and garden. With their beautiful appearance, there are many ways to implement internal French doors into your home.
Our internal French doors are a fantastic alternative to other interior doors in your home. Allowing an abundance of natural light to flow inhibited in your home, internal French doors are perfect for connecting rooms.
As with all of our categories, we have a selection of finishes available. We know just how important it is to find the perfect interior French doors to complement your home. Our Fully Finished and White French door sets come with a 10-year guarantee against manufacturing defects. Our factory-applied coatings provide increased protection. We believe in our high manufacturing standards.
Interior French Doors Benefits
Internal French doors can provide many benefits to your home. Increased natural light flow, style, and value make these the perfect addition to any style of home.
Internal French doors are perfect for homes with larger, more open rooms. Ideally, interior double doors are used to transition between a dining room and other larger living areas. By allowing an abundance of natural light to flow through your home, it will feel warmer and more spacious throughout.
Internal Double Doors Materials
All of our internal French doors are made from wood. From the engineered softwood Vision White Primed French Door to the oak veneer Vision Fully Finished Oak 4 Light French Door, we offer a variety of styles to suit your needs.
Wooden doors are perfect internal doors for many reasons. While retaining high-durability properties, wooden internal doors are highly versatile. They are easy to decorate and, with the right maintenance, can last an extended amount of time. This doesn't change for internal glazed French doors.
The traditional feel of wooden doors can be upheld throughout your home, whilst matching any current or new home decor. Having the ability to finish your interior French doors as you wish provides you with the freedom of choice. With this in mind, you can even stray from more traditional finishes and opt for more contemporary interior decor.
Internal French Doors Finishes
Our oak veneer internal French doors are a stylish and durable alternative to internal doors. This provides your new French doors with a more luxurious finish whilst retaining their strengthening properties.
Our range consists of both finished and unfinished internal double doors. With primed options also available, we believe that choice is essential for finding the perfect internal door. Whether you wish to finish your door to match your interior decor or have found the perfect finished door in our range, kitting your home with new internal French doors has never been easier.
How to decorate an internal French door
Compared to external French doors, it is much easier to decorate an internal French door. Internal door hardware does not require the same protective properties as external hardware. This means there is a much wider variety of door handles and hinges available for internal doors.
When decorating your new internal double doors, it's important to consider the rest of your home's interior decor, as well as the material of your doors. This should help determine the hardware you should use to decorate your doors.
Internal French Doors Sizes
Our internal double doors come in a variety of sizes to suit your door openings. Starting at 1226 x 2010mm, we can also make our internal French doors to fit your particular openings.
We manufacture our French doors at a thickness of 35mm for both thermal and security properties.
Internal French Door Security
We provide our French doors with toughened single glazing to ensure that, even in the highest of traffic flow areas, you need not worry about the glazing on your new internal doors. The toughened glass will relieve your worries of damaging your new French doors.
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