Tips for Selecting A Commercial Wood Door!
Take a minute to count the number of doors in the room. Surprising, right? Consider then, the impact that a little attention to the doors can have on the overall style and design of your commercial project.
Flush: Flush doors are just that: smooth, with no detailing. The lack of detail makes them a good choice for any decor, but especially if you're working with more contemporary styles and accessories. This is also a style that can carry bright, citrus colors without overwhelming the space.
Whether you're working on a new construction project or replacing existing doors. New doors are a simple way to dramatically update the space, and the good news is that there are plenty of options to choose from.
Panel: Panel doors offer a little detail and history. The panels are constructed of rails and stiles to create two-, four- or six-panel options. Rails and stiles can be straight or curved to match your design aesthetic. Straight lines tend to fade to the background, which is often the best option when you're upgrading several doors in one space. Panel doors work well in more traditional design styles. Whether solid wood or hollow core, a black, six-panel door adds instant style and interest.
Pocket: Pocket doors are problem solvers. They are the perfect solution in tight spaces, or as a way to add a little privacy to a larger space. They also add a custom flair. Installation requires wall space on one side of the door large enough to accommodate the door when it's open. Don't forget that these are also available in flush and panel styles.