Widely used—and the material of choice for custom and luxury installations—wood doors may be found in designs and finishes to fit virtually any home style, including Colonial, Craftsman, and Victorian among many others.
Also called stile-and-rail doors, panel doors typically come in 4-, 6-, or 8-panel configurations. Whether used in exterior or interior applications, they feature smooth, framed sections that surround deeply embossed panels. Often, one or more panels will feature a window insert, or lite.
These clever space-saving interior doors are designed to disappear into the wall when closed. Ideal for areas with little room for the swing of a standard door with hinges, pocket doors travel on rollers suspended from an overhead track. Often, they have a hollow core and are constructed of lightweight materials to facilitate handling.
Typically constructed of full-size glass panels, patio doors may feature a hinged or sliding construction. Designed to draw the eye, they allow for an easy, attractive transition between indoor and outdoor environments.
With its front-and-center position, a new garage door can all but revolutionize how your home looks from the curb. See the difference!