What is the goal of an interior door? Divide rooms, first of all, but also personalize them, present themselves as style elements, give the house personality.
The interior doors to divide rooms, however, have functional and then aesthetic goals. They separate the rooms of a home so that there is not a unique, great room, but various private corners also dedicated to specific destinations: rest in the bedroom, comfort and cleaning in the bathroom, reflection and work in the study and so on.
When you choose the interior doors for your home, always keep in mind two goals: they must be able to enhance the style of the home and at the same time be valuable allies in defining and delimiting the different rooms. The choice of interior doors to divide rooms is very wide, and it considers different main features that take into account the uniqueness of each home: there will be so many models and styles, materials and colours but also opening systems, shapes and sizes.
Consider the sliding doors: they are the ideal choice for small sized rooms where it is essential to recover space. These doors, which disappear into the wall after rolling on a special guide, enables the recovery of precious square centimetres that would remain useless with the more classic swing doors.
On the other hand, swing doors are still the most popular choices, especially in the case of very large homes. Alternatively, folding doors are an efficient, elegant solution which is suitable for almost any kind of context. Why? Because they close on themselves by means of special hinges enabling easy and practical opening and closing. They will therefore guarantee a peculiar aesthetics and, at the same time, a discreet recovery of precious space.
Another excellent solution to divide interior spaces is represented by flush to wall doors, ideal not only to close service environments such as storage rooms, basements, niches or walk-in closets, but also other rooms of the house. Typical of this type of door is the elegance, guaranteed by the perfect continuity between the door and the wall. The rooms separated by the flush to wall doors are almost imperceptible, thanks to an element of furniture whose personality lies above all in the great ability to blend into the environment. Usually, these interior doors are characterized by a thickness reduced to a few millimetres and the absence of frames and jambs. They can of course also be made ad hoc and have special shapes and sizes (in case they have to delineate particular environments such as, for example, a basement) and their stylistic and chromatic choices are infinite. Those who love rooms with “maximum visual comfort”, with a great homogeneity of lines and innate elegance love their essential and minimalist design.
What about sliding glass doors? They could be the best choice if the rooms to be delimited are small and you need to create brightness between the different rooms, separating them, but at the same time creating a visual continuity effect. Then, the solution could be represented by sliding doors (which disappear into the wall) or flush to wall, but completely made of glass. The result? Maximum lightness and total brightness of rooms, also guaranteed by the elimination of jambs and frames, resulting in a minimalist and essential look. The glass plates used for this type of doors are tempered and therefore absolutely safe: this kind of glass offers a resistance up to five times that of a traditional glass and, in the event of breakage, it breaks in so many small pieces which aren’t sharp.
In conclusion, there are various types of interior doors used to divide rooms and the best choice will consider all the features and variables of the house. We suggest to rely on an interior designer who will propose the most appropriate solution for a functional and pleasing to the eye house.