Zebrawood Carmel Glass Interior Door


Clean lines make it modern, while the natural wood of this interior glass door can help make your space more homey and warm, be it a living room, dining area or patio. The wood here is zebrawood, a hardwood loved for its strongly variegated grain.

In this glass door design, a narrow pane runs vertically toward the edge of the door, allowing light to stream in from beyond. The grain on this door runs in a horizontal direction, and the grain is so defined that it helps create a design line for the rest of the room. 

Our doors are built around a solid core of engineered wood so you get a quality look and feel right from the start. On top of this core a fine natural wood veneer is applied, while sleek metal hardware completes the look.


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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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