What are Flush Doors
Flush doors are doors that appear to be made of a single piece of material and are largely flat. We see our cutting edge collection of internal flush doors as the finishing touch to either your self build or property renovation – as these are an integral part of the rooms' interior styling. With superb quality and great value for money, if you're looking for internal flush doors, you've come to the right place.
Solid Core & Engineered Wood Internal Flush Doors
For a light, modern look, try our solid core white or grey primed interior flush doors. Our solid internal doors are available in both glazed and non-glazed options, they'll add a contemporary touch to any home or commercial development.
We also have a wide range of engineered wood flush internal doors to bring a touch of class and style to your interiors. You'll find engineered oak, walnut and abachi here, with options to suit any project, traditional or contemporary.
Interior Flush Doors from Vibrant Doors
Our door collection will be as much at home in a loft-style apartment, swish boutique hotel or upmarket office development, so if you have any walnut, oak or white flush door requirements don’t hesitate to call us and we’ll advise on the best value for money solution to help you.
We are delighted to offer special sized doors in most models within our flush door range. Please call us for more details. Price, delivery and availability subject to confirmation at the time of enquiry.
Replacing your internal doors can make a huge difference to the interior of your home. The right doors can complement your furnishings, improve your home décor and transform your domestic space from within. Sometimes overlooked, the style of your interior doors could be the missing piece in your interior design puzzle.
As the UK’s leading door specialist, we’re here to help you find just what you need, whether you’re looking for a modern or classic door design. Our wide internal doors range includes popular solid oak doors and oak veneer, pine doors, hardwood doors, moulded doors and much more. The varied selection of styles of interior door we offer means there’s something to suit your taste, whatever your interior design style. We provide internal doors suitable for the bedroom, bathroom, living room, dining room, and kitchen, with glazed and unglazed options available, as well as a huge range of materials, from solid oak doors to walnut and pitched pine.
Our single leaf (otherwise known as standard hinge) doors are perfect for typical door openings, but if you have a wider doorway why not take a look at our range of internal bifold doors or interior French doors to let the light flow through your home. Our popular Mexicano Oak range also has a matching bifolding counterpart to help you achieve a consistent look throughout your interior no matter what your needs. What’s more we can also offer internal fire doors to keep you and your family safer.
Our specialty is timber (not upvc), so you can expect all our solid wood internal doors to be of the highest quality. Expect excellent joinery, gorgeous paneled decoration and excellent finishing. Choose from hardwood or softwood, solid wood or engineered doors to match your budget. Internal timber doors do require occasional woodcare to keep them in tip-top condition, but having quality wooden doors in your home can’t be beaten!
Where our doors include glass panels you can be sure they’re safe, secure and thermally efficient. Toughened glass is used for insulation, strength, and safety.
Select a high-quality finish direct from the manufacturer or go for white primed or unfinished if you want to paint your new internal doors to match your décor. You can also select your own door handles and fixings to match the existing handles on your doors and windows. All our doors come with generous lippings to allow you to trim to fit the size of door opening in your home.
When you see what a difference a door can make inside your home, why not look at our range of external doors to see what you could do to transform the outside too?