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Interior Door Design Trends
You can dramatically influence the appearance of your homes interior by paying close attention to the details of your interior door, particularly since your home can easily have 18 or more interior doors and most of them are used quite frequently. Interior doors come in a wide variety of woods, construction types, sizes and formats. Here are some of the latest interior door trends to help make your selection easier.
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The Basics of Interior Doors
Once you begin to design the interior of your home you will find there are plenty of different types of interior doors to choose from to give your room or space the right look and still serve its function. Simply defined, an interior door is any door that does not provide access to the outside of your home, like a closet, bedroom, bathroom, basement or office door.
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Panel or Flush?
In the broadest terms, interior doors can be classified either as panel or flush doors. A panel door consists of stiles (vertical side pieces) and rails (horizontal pieces) made from solid wood. The spaces between stiles and rails are filled with loose-fitting panels made of solid wood or plywood. The panels fit into grooves in the door stiles and rails.
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If you're looking for solid core interior doors that feature many green attributes, then visit Masonite's new Safe 'N Sound line of doors.



Your children will love the new chalkboard door by Masonite, which is their latest addition to their classic wood panel series.


A great way to make passageways brighter and more appealing is to use interior doors with glass panels. Doors with glass panels ease the visual connection between rooms that don't have an open floor plan and allow for natural light. Using doors with wood glass panels, allow you to get creative with wood, glass and hardware to enhance your home's architectural style and make certain rooms in your home really stand out.

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