Windows and Doors UK offer a wide range of internal doors for your home. Our internal doors are suitable for cottages, listed buildings, mansions and countryside manors, as well as offices and commercial areas.

Whether you are looking for a traditional or contemporary look, our internal doors will suit most properties.

But what should you consider before purchasing your internal doors? Here are the three main considerations you should think about before purchasing your internal doors.



Timber or Oak?

At Windows Doors UK, we manufacture bespoke internal wooden doors in timber and oak. Oak is generally more expensive than timber and, therefore, you may wish to consider your budget before you decide on the material of your internal doors.

Oak internal doors offer the ultimate in luxurious living. Oak is generally agreed to be a beautiful wood that offers an historic feel, and therefore tends to be the recommended choice for listed properties and traditional buildings with an historic feel.

Timber is less expensive than oak, but still a prestigious and high-quality product, none-the-less. Not only does timber look much more impressive in comparison to UPVC internal doors, it is also a great alternative to aluminium.

It is worth noting that, at Windows Doors UK, we offer a complete colour and stain range for doors in both hardwoods and softwoods. Therefore, if you decided to opt for timber and would like an oak finish, you may wish for the timber to be stained in an oak effect.

Whether you are looking for oak or timber internal doors, our joinery makes all internal doors directly from sustainable sustainable hardwoods and softwoods. That means, you will be getting a high-quality, luxury and environmentally-friendly product, whatever your choice of wood.


There are no limitations at Windows Doors UK

Before purchasing your internal doors, you will need to consider the style of your property and the type of internal door that would suit it.

Some people, for example, may opt for glass sheets in the door to make the property lighter and add a more open-plan feel. Others may choose style with no glass or, perhaps, internal French doors.

We recommend that your internal doors have an in-keeping theme, where possible, to ensure your property has a sophisticated and elegant style. That said, there may be certain rooms where a different internal door would work well. For example, bedrooms tend to benefit from solid hardwood doors, whereas a kitchen or lounge could have a more sociable feel with an internal door that features a glass pane.


Handles and locks are important for both the aesthetic and security of your internal doors.

At Windows Doors UK, we offer an extensive range of ironmongery shapes, styles and colours, and can sometimes even produce bespoke ironmongery options too!

For more information on considering internal doors, contact Windows Doors UK on 0333 335 5416.


Laura Wakeham

Laura is an experienced writer with a background in the construction, wood work and hardwood industry - having written for various nationwide publications including Houzz, Construction Weekly and other more local editorial platforms. With over 10 years experience, Laura has detailed knowledge on the ins and outs of hardwood fabrications from orangeries to conservatories, windows and doors.

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