Internal door trends in 2018

With 2018 now well under way, there are several internal door trends starting to emerge. These include: the use of natural materials, the adoption of pocket doors and an increase in the number of people enquiring about bespoke door options for their homes.

With 2018 now well under way, there are several internal door trends starting to emerge. These include: the use of natural materials, the adoption of pocket doors and an increase in the number of people enquiring about bespoke door options for their homes.

1. Natural wooden doors

To match the pared back interior design trend this year is an increase in interest in wooden internal doors. In particular we have seen a rise in the number of people choosing oak internal doors, as these provide texture and tonal elements, without over-dominating a room. For a bolder look, some customers have chosen darker timber such as walnut, which provides a contrasting shade to neutrally decorated rooms.

2. Sliding doors

With homeowners looking to maximise space, sliding pocket doors are also popular in 2018. As these kind of doors retract into the wall space it means that living areas can really be opened up without losing precious space. On the other hand, if a divider between rooms is required they provide a great sound barrier as well as help to contain heat within rooms too.

3. Bespoke doors

As with last year, consumers are continuing to choose BESPOKE INTERNAL DOORS for their home. These kinds of doors are popular as they allow customers to design something which fits their own space and brings character to the room. It also means that they can be made to measure, ensuring a perfect fit every time and a unique addition to the home.

XL Joinery are a leading supplier of wooden doors and associated products. We work throughout the country, helping homeowners to recreate their living spaces with new innovative doors and designs. If you are thinking about transforming your home and would like to know more about the products we offer, please contact us on 01924 350 500.