Purchasing Internal Doors

An interior door is much more than just a door that serves a purpose. It can add a level of design detail to your home’s aesthetic, protect your family from fire, and, if chosen carefully, add value if you decide to sell.

We’ve selected the most important factors to consider while choosing internal doors to assist you.

What is your personal style?

It may seem self-evident, but choose an Internal Glazed Doors that complements your property and design. When you look attentively, inspiration may be discovered in any age, location, or type of space, as well as in the manner you intend to use it.

Flush doors, such as our popular veneer series, provide a clean, simple finish if you live in a modern home. Consider installing a panel door to add depth. They come in a variety of styles and materials, including solid wood and moulded wood fiber, to suit your preferences and budget.

Internal oak doors are still popular and provide a high-quality finish in both modern and traditional homes. Our panel and cottage styles will appeal to traditionalists, while the Cottage Horizontal design will appeal to individuals with more contemporary tastes.

Choose the appropriate material.

Interior doors come in a range of materials and finishes, each with its own set of features and benefits, so think about which one best suits your needs before making a purchase.

Oak is still very popular, and it can be combined with other finishes such as flooring and furniture to create a high-end look throughout the house.

Due to other finishes such as kitchens, veneer doors have seen a return in favor recently. They provide a smooth, sleek aesthetic to a home while having a fully finished face that requires little adornment. Colors such as oak and walnut are fashionable right now, but you may also find ash and beech, to name a few.

Moulded doors are a popular choice among homeowners since they come in a wide selection of shapes and sizes at a reasonable price.


Internal doors are available in a number of standard sizes to accommodate most conventional door frames. They are as follows:

6’6″h x 2’0″w (1981mm) (610mm)

6’6″h x 2’3″w (1981mm) (686mm)

6’6″h x 2’6″w (1981mm) (762mm)

6’6″h x 2’9″w (1981mm) (838mm)

Many of our ranges have additional sizes available, with proportions up to 6’8″ high (2032mm) by 2’8″ broad (813mm). This information is available for reference under each product in the product area.


Always purchase BWF-Certifire-accredited fire doors and doorsets to ensure that your equipment has been thoroughly tested and meets British Standards.

When used properly, most fire doors give 30 or 60 minutes of protection and are labeled FD30 or FD60 to signify how long they will keep smoke and flames out.

Many of our most popular lines incorporate fire doors, allowing you to choose from a variety of styles and finishes while still maintaining the highest levels of safety.


Because we understand that the devil is in the details, our interior doors come without hardware (with the exception of our internal folding doors), allowing you to choose your own handles.

To compliment our contemporary and traditional doors, there are some eye-catching designs to pick from. For a modern aesthetic, choose handles with clean lines to produce a minimalist look, whilst for a traditional look, there are a variety of classic and decorative types available on the market.


Glazing interior doors is an excellent technique to bring light into dark spaces while maintaining warmth and sound protection. You may create a uniform aesthetic throughout your home and maintain privacy where appropriate by choosing a design that compliments existing panel doors.

Putting your new door in place

Before settling on a design, think about how much you’ll need to trim from your door. Otherwise, you risk exposing the inside. Select a product with plenty of trim allowance, such as the Oregon, Aston, and Shaker white oak lines, if you need to remove a large chunk.

To sum it up…

Depending on the style you choose and the range offered by your favorite merchant, we can supply your doors finished, pre-finished, or fully unfinished.

If you want to add a personal touch to your interior woodwork, choose an unfinished or pre-finished door with a layer of undercoat so you only have to apply the final color. Our fully finished doors are perfect for individuals who would prefer leave the painting to someone else; simply hang them and enjoy!

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