Internal French Doors

Internal French Doors, also known as double doors or paired doors, are the ideal way to let natural sunlight travel further throughout your home. They provide an attractive feature for a room and help increase flexibility by opening up spaces and giving you more options for furniture placement.

If you are looking for a beautiful set of internal French doors, look no further than Doordeals. The majority of our internal French doors will complement other single doors beautifully. They can be selected as part of a family of doors, maintaining a stylish look throughout your property

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Why choose our Internal French Doors?

Our internal French doors serve a multitude of practical purposes. They are great as room dividers and for maximizing natural light in the home. French doors are also great for improving room access, both for large objects and groups of people.

At Doordeals, our internal French doors cover a range of design styles, practical requirements and budgets, with the options for glazing and fire protection.

Types of Internal French Door

Our range includes hardwood, oak, hemlock and white primed timbers. We also offer plenty of variety in glass styles, including clear, frosted panes, and intricate etched designs. 

The multipurpose French door types available include simple oak and white primed patterns, traditional Georgian hemlock paired panels, and strikingly modern light grey Salerno pairs. Internal French doors are truly vibrant, with some of the most creative and eye-catching designs you will find for any internal door.

We stock both pre-glazed and ready to glaze French doors, in addition to fire resistant models too. Whatever you are looking for, you will find it here at a great price.

Internal French Door Materials

The best material for a French door depends on your own preferences. Hardwood is sturdier and more natural looking, but it can be more pricey up front. Softwood, on the other hand, is generally less robust but more affordable whilst maintaining the look and feel of hardwood. 

Where to use Internal French doors

Internal French doors can be used in many rooms of the home, such as larger living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens and home offices. This is because they are an brilliant way to effectively turn one larger room into two smaller ones.

If you have a large kitchen and would like a separate dining room, you can install a wall and include internal French doors to offer separation with the option to open things up. Another option, using the same principle, is the use of French doors to separate a living room and a conservatory.

Internal Door FAQs

For more information on the wide range of internal doors we have in stock, please see our Internal Door FAQs.