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15 different interior door styles to suit all tastes

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Decorating your home can be a challenge. What you thought would look amazing might not actually translate too well in person and your taste will change and evolve. So when it comes to seemingly simple additions, such as interior doors, you might want to take a deep breath and give them a little more thought. 

As an important part of your décor, the interior doors you choose will directly impact the look and feel of your home furnishing. Ask any interior designer and they'll agree, so we thought it could be helpful to show you a few styles today.

Whether you're boxing in your bathroom or keeping your kitchen in full view, the doors you choose will be vital, so take a look at some of our favourites and see which could be perfect for you!

1. Modern wood doors with funky patterns

Ravenna Oak Internal Door Prefinished:  Windows & doors  by Modern Doors Ltd
Modern Doors Ltd

Ravenna Oak Internal Door Prefinished

Modern Doors Ltd

Make a big impact in a pared back home.

1. Classic doors with glazing panels

 Inside doors by FingerHaus GmbH
FingerHaus GmbH

MEDLEY 210 A—Extra breite Tür

FingerHaus GmbH

Help to circulate natural light.

3. Stunning see-through glass

We love the idea of these for a kitchen. It'll feel like you're running a restaurant!

4. A funky mix of wood and white

Adamson Doors:  Windows & doors  by Adamson Doors
Adamson Doors

Adamson Doors

Adamson Doors

Looks great and blends rustic and contemporary styling with ease.

5. A combination of wood and industrial motifs

Portici Walnut Glazed Door:  Windows & doors  by Modern Doors Ltd
Modern Doors Ltd

Portici Walnut Glazed Door

Modern Doors Ltd

These are ideal for a home that values texture.

6. Space-saving sliding doors

 Windows & doors  by LIGNUM Möbelmanufaktur
LIGNUM Möbelmanufaktur

Edle Schiebetüren aus Kirschbaumholz

LIGNUM Möbelmanufaktur

When you need a little privacy in an open-plan home, these are the only choice!

7. Traditional and beautiful bi-folding doors

They add such a romantic feel to a home and, when partially glazed, they look every inch the ideal boudoir doors.

8. Eye-catching with privacy glass

When your bathroom needs a little pick me up, nothing looks better than some incredible designer glass doors.

9. Sliding mirror doors

Segmenta wardrobe - Pictured here in natural / Silver mirror and frosted mirror: minimalistic Bedroom by Lamco Design LTD
Lamco Design LTD

Segmenta wardrobe—Pictured here in natural / Silver mirror and frosted mirror

Lamco Design LTD

Great for creating a larger feel whilst also clocking up some serious cool points.

10. Constantly changing doors

What? we hear you ask. Well, thanks to blackboard paint, the glazed frame means you can effectively display messages and thoughts to the rest of the household!

11. Rustic doors

 Windows & doors  by Anticuable.com
Anticuable.com

Antigua puerta recuperada

Anticuable.com

They look wonderful in a traditional home! Think carved wood, hand-cut glass and beautiful features.

12. Sliding doors that disappear into a wall cavity

A different way to open up...:  Windows  by The Market Design & Build
The Market Design & Build

A different way to open up…

The Market Design & Build

Perfect for when space is tight.

13. Doors from the future!

 Glass doors by FingerHaus GmbH
FingerHaus GmbH

Frei geplantes Kundenhaus—Glastür

FingerHaus GmbH

Made from frosted glass and with a sliding mechanism, we feel like we'll be getting beamed up somewhere.

14. A traditional look

If you've chosen a traditional front door for your home, you can mimic it on the inside too.

15. A touch of history

The wrought iron hinges and dark wood give these rustic doors a chunky, serious look. Imagine these in a period home!

If these got you thinking about doors, head on over to this Ideabook to see: How to create a fabulous front door.

Which of these doors would improve your home's interior?
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