Home Menu Menu
Sale! 10% Off All Internal Bifold Doors Shop Now
Traditional Oak Room Divider Range Image

Traditional Oak Room Divider Range

  • Material Engineered Oak

From: £540.00

Find Out More
Manhattan Room Divider Range Image

Manhattan Room Divider Range

  • Material Solid Core White Primed

From: £405.00

Find Out More
Hardwood Room Divider Range Image

Hardwood Room Divider Range

  • Material Engineered Hardwood

From: £405.00

Find Out More
What are Traditional French Doors

These double doors make the perfect room dividers, helping you to use your home in different ways. Couple with sidelights for an airy feel or install a set of double french doors as they come. 

All our traditional French doors come in a variety of sizes and finishes helping you to find your perfect set. Choose from hardwood, oak, prefinished or unfinished which are all available with our usual manufacturer guarantee.  

Installing a set of internal French doors is an ideal way to let sunlight filter through your home. Their large glass panels allow natural light to flow between rooms whilst dividing your space into clear zones. This style of door is perfect for making sure your home has an easy flow and open feel.

If you thought French doors were just for the patio, think again! A French door (also known as a french window) is simply a pair of double hinged doors that open outwards, allowing you full access to the whole width of the door opening. They originate from 17th century France where they were first introduced as floor-length windows to allow access to balconies. Today, their light-enhancing qualities make them a popular choice for both the interior and exterior.  



Our glazed interior French doors allow extra light into your room and are fitted as standard with toughened glass to meet safety standards and provide peace of mind. Internal French door pairs are available with clear and obscure glass panels in a variety of moulded and panelled designs. Clear glass is best for creating a bright kitchen or living space but you might prefer the privacy of frosted glass if you opt for a French door in the bathroom or bedroom.



The choice is yours with room dividers available in oak, hardwood or white primed. We also offer folding french doors to suit wider door openings. Choose from gorgeous grained oak or white primed doors that you can finish with a high gloss.

We have a variety of ranges of oak interior French doors, such as the Oslo, the Shaker and the Traditional. The Oslo is prefinished, and the Traditional is supplied unfinished and the Shaker is available both unfinished and prefinished. Where untreated, ensure you finish your timber doors with an appropriate paint or stain. You can choose the right finish to match current flooring, furniture or worktops. Some basic woodcare will ensure your doors remain in tip top condition even when exposed to damp conditions or the dry heat of radiators.

As well as traditional french doors, we offer a frenchfold design (also known as a freefold system) that combines the benefits of both french and bifold doors. Their central opening access works like normal and is accompanied by sidelights that can be folded back to completely open up the space when you don't want a room partition. You'll get the flow between rooms just like you would with a roomfold system. This option can work well for those of you who want to enjoy open-plan living!



We stock a variety of sizes to cater for various door openings. We also offer 2 - 4 door configurations to suit your needs.

Here's a handy guide to help you find standard internal french doors sizes quickly:

  • W4 fits a 4-foot opening
  • W6 fits a 6-foot opening 
  • W8 fits an 8-foot opening



All our internal French doors come complete with frame pack, door leaves, and installation instructions. Hardware pack is not included so you can choose the handles and fittings to match the rest of your windows and doors. Installation can be done yourself or by a professional joiner. If you'd like to give it a go, put on your workwear, grab your tools and check out our internal french door fitting guide.  

If you love the feeling of space in your home, why not check out our range of external french doors to help you enjoy your garden from the comfort of your home?

Help, Tips & Advice
French Door Styling: Frames, Transoms & Sidelights Image

French Door Styling: Frames, Transoms & Sidelights

As gorgeous as a good set of internal French doors can be, many buyers tend to only focus on the doors themselves, neglecting to explore the other accruements that can be added to your doors to fur...

Read More
How To Paint Internal French Doors Image

How To Paint Internal French Doors

As beautiful, unique and appealing as a good set of interior French doors can be, they are, more often than not, sold as plain, meaning bare wood, and nine times out of ten, this simply won't be en...

Read More
Internal French Doors: What Are Your Options? Image

Internal French Doors: What Are Your Options?

French doors are always a great option for the classy homeowner, and whilst they are more commonly found in exterior configurations, leading out to patios, conservatories and/or garden areas, th...

Read More
Internal French Door Sizing & Hardware Image

Internal French Door Sizing & Hardware

One of the most important things any prospective interior French door owners will need to decide before they order and/or install their doors is not only the size of the doors themselves but what h...

Read More
Internal French Doors: Your Questions Answered Image

Internal French Doors: Your Questions Answered

If you're reading this then you've probably decided to spruce up your homestead by adding a pair of internal French doors to the interior of your home. This could be for many reasons. Not only are ...

Read More
Internal French Doors: A Fitting Guide Image

Internal French Doors: A Fitting Guide

Whilst fitting external French doors is a rather daunting task that should only be undertaken by someone with serious DIY knowledge and a thorough understanding of the structural integrity of their...

Read More