The Difference of Authentic Wood Doors
Some people may think one interior door is just like another regardless of whether it goes on a bedroom, bathroom, or any other room. But that is so far from the truth, especially when you take a look at our 27estore.com interior wood doors offerings, a special premium brand of interior doors that can change the look and feel of your entire interior room in an instant. The word plain is just not in our vocabulary here at 27estore.com. We use words like exotic, elegant, modern, classic, and traditional to describe our doors. We take pride in our carefully edited selection of wood doors and each one carries a special style and quality that is unmatched anywhere in the market. What’s the big deal with our doors, you ask? Our interior custom wood doors start with a slab of solid structure that is topped with an artisan applied high quality natural wood veneer front.
Selections in our store range from exotic woods like wenge and teak to those that are more common, such as walnut and oak. The veneer on our doors is patterned in various directions for a variety of effects and sometimes glass is added to varying degrees for interest and for allowing light and visibility from room to room in your home. And sometimes, colored wood trim is added to doors as a unique design element on the door panel.
Our newest collections of wooden doors are extremely popular: trendy and versatile requiring a minimal maintenance level. These doors offer a neutral, somewhat weathered look that blends surprisingly well in many color and interior room decorating schemes, from bold and modern to traditional and classic to neutrals and textures. Take a look at our doors, won’t you? You are sure to find a door that’ll catch your eye and fit perfectly in your home interior. As always, if you can’t find exactly what you want, you are welcome to consider a special order with your personal preference of veneer, glass, panel, or wood details and hardware options. Let us help you create the interior room of your dreams with our beautiful selection of doors!
- All door models are sold as a kit of pre-hung interior doors with a knock down frame and molding sets, making the doors easy to install.
- Every door comes prefinished and ready to be installed at your project site. There is no need for further treatment of the slab, frame, or molding surfaces.
- Every interior door set is priced according to the door width and includes the following components: slab, frame, levers, 2x molding sets, 2x pivot hinges.
- Door measurements conform to American standards with a standard height of 6’8”, 7’ or 8’and widths of 24”, 28”, 30”, 32”, and 36”
- Custom interior door sizing is also available upon request, quoted on an individual basis.
FAQs About Wood Interior Doors
How much does a solid wood interior door cost?
The price of a solid wood interior door can vary depending on the type of wood, the door's design, and the size of the door. The price of a solid wood door can range anywhere from $500 up to $2,000 or more. A solid core door is typically much more economical and accessible, and is the better choice in many cases.
While it is the most durable interior and exterior door, the price of solid wood doors is usually too high to justify them. And, since core doors offer very similar performance, full solid wood doors have fallen out of favor in most home applications.
Which wood is best for an interior wood door?
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on personal preferences. Some popular wood choices for interior doors include walnut, teak, oak, Douglas fir, and mahogany.
There are many factors to consider when choosing the right wood for your home. Think about the overall style of your home. If you have a traditional home, you might want to use wood like oak or walnut for your door. If you have a more modern home look, you could use less traditional wood like teak or wenge for your doors. The type of wood will substantially change the appearance of the door. You can compare different doors and find the one that will best meet your home needs.
Also, keep in mind the cost of the wood. Some woods, like rosewood, are more expensive than others and will mean a more expensive door. You'll also want to factor in the cost of having the doors custom-made if you can't find the right size or style off the shelf. However, these exotic wood doors also add an air of elegance to a home.
What type of door is best for a home interior door?
Some of the most popular types of interior doors include solid wood doors, hollow core doors, and panel interior doors. Solid wood doors are durable and offer a high level of privacy for your home, but they are also more expensive than other types of doors. Hollow core doors are less expensive, but they are not as durable as solid wood doors and offer less sound insulation. Panel doors offer a variety of styles and can be customized to fit the needs of the homeowner, but panel doors are also more susceptible to damage than other types of doors.
There are also solid core doors which are a middle ground between solid wood and a hollow core. Solid core doors have a surface authentic wood veneer over an engineered wood composite core. This is generally the best option for interior doors since interior doors don't usually need the kind of durability that solid wood provides but solid core doors have a higher perceived value and provide better home insulation than hollow core options. Hollow and solid core doors both have pros and cons, so it is all a matter of personal preference.
What is the cheapest type of solid interior door?
Interior doors come in a range of prices, with the cheapest being the Hollow Core door. This type of door is made from two pieces of thin wood that are glued together and then covered with a thin veneer. Hollow doors are very light and not very strong. They are also not very good at insulating against sound or heat so it's usually a type of door only seen on temporary constructions.
Cheap and clearance interior doors are usually made of lower-quality materials, which can make the door less durable and more difficult to install in your home. The door will also be less energy-efficient, which can lead to higher heating and cooling costs. In addition, cheap interior doors may not provide the same level of soundproofing or privacy as more expensive items.