Our Range of Internal French Doors
Glazed Internal French Doors
Glazed internal french doors, available in oak, white and walnut.
Our range of interior glazed French door pairs come in a range of sizes to suit any project and are ideal where you need the flexibility to separate or join two rooms.
Oak Internal French Doors
Classic oak internal french doors for a quality fit and finish
Internal french doors made from oak have much better insulating properties than this made form lesser quality timber.
White Internal French Doors
Classic white finished internal french doors, primed and perfect for painting
A set of white internal french doors is the perfect way to allow natural light to filter through the home.
The Vivid Doors Internal French Doors Range
We supply these doors as a flat pack for assembly on site. You can find doors to suit most standard-sized openings. Choose from:
Let Natural Light Fill Your Home
Our internal French doors are a great choice for separating the kitchen and living room, or the living room and conservatory. These doors offer generous spacing, creating the illusion of an almost open-plan room when they are open, but still offering privacy and sound-proofing when they are closed. The glazed doors let in plenty of natural light and make the room feel more spacious and welcoming. Choose from classic modern white internal doors, and homely oak to suit your interior design choices. Whatever your tastes or budget, we are confident that we have the right design for your next renovation project.
If you would like a little extra privacy, but still want a bright and airy feel; choose a door with frosted glass panels. These doors are the ideal option for a living room or dining area, where you would like a welcoming and spacious atmosphere, but with a little extra privacy and the ability to close the room when it’s not being used.
Our pre-finished sets are made with toughened glass for maximum safety, and many of the sets come with a universal door lining and architrave to cover both sides of the set. The architrave is unfinished, meaning that you can paint it to suit each side of the door, matching the decor of the rest of the room. Most designs come with a T piece as well, for ease of central door joint.
Flexible Design to Suit You
Because we understand that most of our customers like to match their existing ironmongery when they decorate their room, we do not supply hinges, bolts or handles. We recommend that you decorate the doors with your chosen hardware before you install them. If you will not be installing the door immediately, be sure to store it flat, in a dry room with a stable temperature, to make sure that it does not warp or get damaged before installation.
If you are not sure what size of door to choose, please do not hesitate to contact us and give our sales team a call or to send us an email. We are more than happy to explain how to measure the door opening and how to choose the correct frame size.
Frequently Asked Questions About Our French Doors
Can french doors be made-to-measure?
They most certainly can be, and when you shop with us, you can expect very short lead times. All you have to do is send us a link to the product that you’d like, along with the measurements you need for the outer frame and we will send you a quote covering price and manufacturing lead time.
How are french door frames measured?
French doors are available in a range of sizes, therefore, if you’re replacing yours, you’ll need to take accurate measurements to ensure you purchase the correct size.
When measuring, we recommend doing the following:
- Measure the width of the opening from the outside, from brick to brick. It’s important that you measure the width at the top, middle and bottom of the structural opening as these can vary.
- Take the smallest of the three measurements and subtract 15mm for an accurate representation of the width of your new doors. This is the correct size to manufacture the outer frame width too, so the new frame will fit neatly into the opening you have.
- Next, measure the height starting from the brickwork underneath the current frame sill and up measuring up to the brickwork above the opening. Just as with the width, you need to measure the left and right-hand sides of the frame as well as the centre. This is especially important as the original lintel may have begun to sag.
- Subtract 10mm from the smallest measurement to know the exact height your new bifold door should be measured to.
- We also recommend measuring from the top left-hand corner to the bottom right-hand corner of the opening. And then from the bottom left-hand corner to the top right-hand corner to understand whether or not the opening is square.
I want to install french doors between my house and conservatory. Can I use internal french door systems with single glazing?
Because all walls between a house and conservatory are classed as external walls, you cannot use internal french door systems, even if they aren’t open to the forces of nature.
You’ll need to install thermally rated external french doors that have the correct weather seals that will keep the heat inside your home.
Do your internal french doors come with everything needed for installation?
We offer both a door pairs-only option or a solution that includes:
Please refer to the product description to ensure you’re purchasing everything you need.
Please also be aware that none of our internal french doors come with hardware such as hinges or handles, so these would need to be purchased separately.