Add Some Decor with an Interior Door

Traditional Kitchen by Hilton Head Island Architects & Designers Group 3

An interior door doesn’t just have to be a barrier between rooms. An interior door can be a elegant entryway or a stately addition to your home. Some of the best designed homes feature highly unique transition ways that give each room a wonderful first impression. Here are some of the options for your home.

French Doors provide a classic look to any room. The doors consist of a door with glass panels that extend the full length of the door. This allows light to stream through, making the room feel lighter and still giving some separation between spaces. These are especially good for transitions between breakfast rooms and custom closets.

Louvered (or Plantation) look like the often sought after windows, that are used for their casual look and ventilation. The horizontal slats allow for air and sound to flow through.

Pocket Doors are doors without hinges, knob, or a frame. It slides along tracks and is perfect for covering up a laundry room, a mud room, or any room that occasionally needs to be covered up.

Solid Wood Doors are most often seen in homes as they provide great sound insulation with a warm and natural look. The style is easy to coordinate with any interior design.

Double Doors are two doors hung side by side that meet in the middle. This design is best for grand entry ways or large storage spaces.

See more examples here.


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