Panel doors are characterized by raised or flat panels framed on a door, adding depth compared to plain doors. Commonly used in colonial homes and cottage-style houses for both interiors and exteriors, these doors and are often painted after purchase.
Flush doors are commonly used as an interior door and are also used in contemporary modern homes. Because of their smooth surfaces, flush doors are great for minimal exteriors and elegant architectural buildings.
Glazed doors add character to an entryway, whether it’s a mid-century modern home or a farmhouse cottage by the countryside.
French doors are essentially doors fitted with windows in a grid-like manner. They are a door style that works in many different spaces, whether indoor or outdoor. Commonly they are used for a balcony, patio, or as room partitions!
A sliding patio door glides smoothly back and forth, making it a great addition to a room without expending any space.
There are two styles: the French hinged patio door and the center hinged patio door. With two operable door panels, the French hinged patio door provides a large opening from your home to the outside. Center hinged patio doors have one opening door panel to help accommodate the layout of your home