There are many interior door types to choose from depending on the style of your home and the function needed. A great interior door can tie a look together, stand-out, blend in, and even save space.
One of the features of a stile and rail door is the type of panel: double hip raised, single hip raised, and flat panel. Depending on the species of the door, the thickness of the panel will vary.
Adding glass in place of the panels in stile and rail doors creates a French door and allows light to flow through the home. French doors can accompany any home design and utilize either clear, privacy, or decorative glass.
While doors can have a single pane of glass, a popular look is the divided appearance where individual panes of glass are held together by different dividing bars. Depending on the species of the door, the size of the bar will vary.
Louvers allow for ventilation and are typically used in a utility closet or a standard closet application where air flow is desired to go from one space to another.
Flush doors can include a lite to create a different look
Flush doors are an economical option for interior doors. They are manufactured by Steves doors company and are constructed using a mixture of wood and wood-fiber components. They feature a completely flat surface for a simple design option. They are available in a variety of wood species, most of which can be painted or stained
Reeb’s contemporary doors are part of our Reeb Specialty Products (RSP) offering. The skin of these doors is a 1/4″ hardboard skin and the styling found on the door is due to a 1/8″ deep groove that is carved into the skin. The doors come in full and square which means they are true size. Because of their contemporary look, they are a great fit for our EZY Jamb and are able to utilize a concealed or invisible hinge.