Ebony Macassar Seashore Glass Interior Door


Are you in need of an interior door that makes a statement without compromising functionality in the process? Try this interior glass door, featuring an inverted triangular shaped window.

The wood veneer on this door design is high contrast Ebony Macassar, hardwood named for the Indonesian island where it is found. The wood is distinguished by its caramel color with dramatic dark brown and black striations. Ebony Macassar is also very hard and durable, making it suitable for high traffic areas and heavy use.

In this door design, the veneer runs horizontally throughout, creating a certain flow in your room design. The shape of the glass pane offers a style element, too, along with plenty of visual access from one room to the next.

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Every complete door set includes the following features:
All Eco-clean materials
Natural wood veneer
Dense slab composure reduces noise
Heavy feel door - NO honeycomb/NO paper filling inside
Solid wood frame (when jambs are ordered)
Rubber sealed door stop (when jambs are ordered)
Regulating jambs (when jambs are ordered)
2 sets of molding included (when jambs are ordered)
3 hinges included (when jambs are ordered)

Lead time: 5-7 weeks

Things to consider in comparing our interior doors


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Other modern doors

Slab composition

Engineered/solid wood

Paper filling


Solid wood

MDF/Composite materials

Lever sets

Brand name Emtek/FSB/ValliValli


Regulating Jambs

Yes – up to ½”



Natural wood Italian veneers

Laminates, generic veneers

8 ft doors available

Yes – select models

Varies with supplier

Fully customizable


Varies with supplier

Double doors available


Varies with supplier

Lead time

6 weeks

8-14 weeks

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