Internal Doors

Modernise Your Internal Space with Stunning Internal Doors


Internal doors offer privacy, noise insulation and serve a decorative role too. The study is hidden behind an imposing walnut door. The living room enjoys some lovely natural light through the stylish glazed, panelled door. The kids' bedroom is kept quiet and cosy with a white oak installation. Whatever your needs, we have the doors for you.

Our Range of Internal Doors

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Fire Doors

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Glazed Doors

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Oak Doors

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Walnut Doors

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Pine Doors

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Laminate Doors

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Panel Doors

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Flush Doors

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White Doors

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Grey Doors

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Black Doors

The Vivid Doors Internal Doors Range

At Vivid Doors we have a selection of more than 500 different interior doors to choose from, including:

All our doors are made using the highest quality solid woods or veneers, and across some of our range matching door sets are available.

We stock a balance of contemporary designs and timeless classics so everyone can find something that will compliment their property.

Internal Doors Styled to Suit Your Home

When you’re picking an internal door from Vivid, there are plenty of ways to tailor your choice to match your current interior design.

Panel Door

Panel doors

If you’re putting the finishing touches on a period property, a carefully chosen panel door is the final step towards authenticity. From the raised mouldings of a Victorian door to the stacked 1930’s design of the DX30 door styles.

Glazed Door

Glazed doors

When you’re looking to let light and energy flow through your home, installing an internal glazed door is a simple step to take.

Choosing a half-glazed door is an excellent way to draw sunlight through your home, without you having to resort to reconfiguring your home by moving walls.

Oak Panel Door

Oak, pine or walnut internal doors

There’s no denying the appeal of wood doors. Whether it’s a high-quality oak veneer or a budget-friendly pine door, our timber doors have a beautiful rich wood grain that brings timeless elegance to any home.

At Vivid Doors, we have a vast range of materials to choose from including solid wood doors and veneers. We even supply luxurious walnut doors, if you’re looking to add dark drama to your room.

White Primed Shaker 4 Panel Fire Door

Unfinished, primed and prefinished internal doors

If you want a door that’s ready to hang as soon as it’s delivered, we stock a wide range of prefinished doors. If you’re looking for something a little more flexible, then a primed door will only need a lick of paint, varnish or stain to make sure it looks great and lasts for years.

Finally, if you’re looking to completely customise your internal door to match your interior design, we also stock unfinished doors. These high-quality oak veneers may take a little more time and effort to perfect but they bring the flexibility to slip flawlessly into any interior design scheme.

Laminate Light Grey Vancouver Door

Laminate doors for busy rooms

Internal doors often bear the brunt in high-traffic areas. Our range of laminate doors are the perfect choice for these rooms, as their laminate veneers are so robust and easy to clean.

Available in a range of colours, including grey, black and oak veneer, they are as attractive as they are functional and we’ve got options to match any room.

Internal Fire Doors

Here at Vivid doors we have a wide range of internal fire doors available to provide even more protection in your home.

What do internal fire doors do?

Fire doors are specifically designed to stop fire from moving through your house. The Vivid fire door range are all built with an engineered solid core that can withstand fire for a minimum of 30 mins.

As well as holding back flames, these doors are engineered to prevent smoke from filling the house. To ensure safety it is suggested that you should install a fire door in every kitchen doorway, even between garages.

How Much Do Internal Doors Cost?

The broad variety of doors we stock means we have options to suit every budget. If you’re looking to keep costs down, we offer plenty of unfinished doors. They may take extra work to get them ready to hang, but they do cost less to buy. In fact, our high-quality knotty pine doors start at £45 inc VAT making them kind to any budget.

Alternatively, if you’re looking for an extravagant door that suggests the ultimate in luxury, our solid oak doors have the unmistakable weight of solid wood, with a stunning woodgrain. They are the height of quality and craftsmanship and guaranteed to impress.

Internal Doors Sizes

All of our numerous door styles are available in a range of standard door sizes. For awkward door frames, even our lightweight doors include a solid timber lipping so you can trim them down to fit.

As well as various single leaf door styles, we have a selection of bifold doors as well. These designs are a great choice for areas where space is limited, such as under-stairs cupboards. We offer bifold designs to match many of our other more traditional ranges. This gives you flexibility while allowing continuity of design throughout your entire home or office.


Frequently Asked Questions About Our Internal Doors


How do I choose an internal door?

When people come to us looking for a new internal door, we recommend they consider the following:

1)   Door construction

You have three options to choose from when you shop with us:

  • Hollow Core - These are manufactured to look great at a very competitive price. These are generally made up of a small timber frame and two 3.5mm skins that are glued to the face of the door. The gap between the skins is usually filled with a simple cardboard lattice, or honeycomb pattern of cardboard, which keeps the space between the skins consistent. Hollow core doors are lightweight (typically circa 10-12 kg) but limited when it comes to style choice.
  • Middleweight Doors - Are manufactured with much more material to give a heavier feel, as well as look great. Typically the faces of the door are manufactured from 6-8mm thick panels and have a more substantial frame. Middleweight doors have horizontal or vertical timber slats to give the door good strength and weight (circa 20 kg).
  • Heavyweight Doors - Also referred to as solid core doors, are manufactured using solid materials like real timber, combined with high-density particle board, giving them a weighty feel (typically circa 28-30 kg) particularly when opening and closing them. These doors have great strength, good soundproofing and insulation. Doors such as our Mexicano Oak, Iseo Oak and Victorian 4 Panel Oak Doors are all solid core doors.

2)   Door style

There are two choices when it comes to style:

  • Internal Flush Doors - Are manufactured with flush faces, meaning they only have one panel, with grooved patterns to add character while still giving off a minimalist vibe. Internal flush doors have become increasingly popular over recent years, as they go hand in hand with more modern looks
  • Stile and Rail Doors - Also known as panel doors, these are created by combining separate pieces of engineered timber (called stiles and rails), through modern manufacturing techniques, or mortice and tenon joints to create a frame for the door. They are finished at the factory with either panels or glass. They are a solid core door and are generally used in more traditional looking doors like our Victorian 4 Panel Oak.

3)   Door glazing

Glazed internal doors come in all styles and construction methods. From oak glazed internal doors to white or walnut glazed options, they are a great way to allow natural light to flow from room to room. We offer hundreds of different glazed doors with either toughened clear or frosted safety glass.

This should get you off to a great start, and if you have any questions about a particular door, please do get in touch.


Do all of your glazed internal doors come with safety glass?

For the safety of all our customers and to comply with UK Building Regulations, all of our internal glazed doors come with toughened safety glass.


How do you measure an interior door for replacement?

Taking door measurements is quick and easy, all you have to do is:

  1. Measure the width of the frame your door sits in by taking measurements at the top, middle and bottom of your interior door. Use the widest measurement and deduct 4mm to determine the width you need.
  2. For the height, measure from the floor covering finish to the underside of the door frame.
  3. Next, measure the thickness. Typical standard thicknesses are 35mm (known as imperial standard doors ), 40mm (known as metric standard doors ), and 44/45mm doors (known as FD30, or Fire doors).
Measuring tape

Extra tips:

  • A common mistake is measuring the existing door leaf. This won’t give you an accurate measurement. To get the right size door for your frame, you should measure the height and the width of the frame, and the thickness of the existing door.
  • Always measure in millimetres for 100% accuracy. This makes it much easier for us to give you the right advice on product selection.
  • On thickness - be aware that there are several standard thicknesses of doors, and your house might have two or more of these thicknesses, so if you’re replacing multiple interior doors you need to measure the thickness on all the doors.
  • All doors can be trimmed by a certain amount to ensure they hang properly within the doorframe. The engineered construction of most doors only allows a certain amount of trimming due to the size of the lipping, which is a solid piece of timber that runs around all four sides of the door. After trimming you still need enough of the lipping material left to allow you to fit hinges and latches, so the bigger the lipping, the better.
  • Always refer to the technical section when buying and check the lippings on the door. If, for instance, it says the door you have selected has 20mm lippings, it will have 20mm down each edge of the door, and across the top and bottom. We recommend that after trimming you should always leave 4-6mm down each side, so a door with 20mm lippings could be trimmed down by 28mm comfortably.

How do you finish an interior door?

If you have chosen prefinished, or fully finished doors ( both words have the same meaning ), then you won’t need to do anything to the door before hanging. That is unless you have to plane the door, in that case, you’ll have to reseal the edges you’ve trimmed.

For primed doors, you should lightly sand and fill any small imperfections. You should then apply an undercoat and topcoat in your selected finish colour.

Finally, if you have chosen unfinished doors, these should be lightly sanded and wiped down to remove any dust. You can then finish them with your selected paint, oil or varnish.

Paintbrushes and tools

Extra tips:

Unfinished Oak Internal doors should only be finished with a suitable internal door oil or varnish. Products like Osmo PolyX Internal Door Oil, or Treatex Wax Oil will seal the door and give it a nice satin finish. These are the products we recommend to customers who have purchased an unfinished internal oak door from us. The same coating can be used to reseal the edges of prefinished doors which have been planed down.


What’s the difference between an unfinished oak internal door and a fully finished oak door?

  • Unfinished Oak Internal Door: Unfinished doors are supplied ready sanded, but you still need to de-nib ( this is a process of light sanding to clean the door ready for coating) before adding two or three coats of your selected finish.
  • Fully/Pre-Finished Door: Has been fully decorated in the factory to save time and effort when the door arrives. These are slightly more expensive, but they can be hung immediately - perfect if you don’t have the time or know-how to finish them yourselves and can’t book a contractor in.

How long will delivery take?

Our normal delivery process takes between three and seven working days on all in-stock items to most mainland locations unless otherwise stated. This excludes weekends, Bank Holidays and shutdowns.

After processing your order, and generally within a maximum of two working days, we will contact you by phone or text to advise on the delivery date. You will need to be on the premises when we deliver and sign for your doors.


Can I hang my interior door straight away?

When your new door arrives, it should be stored lying flat on two bearers until they are ready to be installed. A common problem arises when doors are stored in an upright position against a wall for an extended period of time, which can cause the doors to bow or twist, so proper storage is important to keep your new door in prime condition.

When you are ready to install the doors, they should be taken from their packaging and decorated before installation. This allows you to ensure all edges are appropriately sealed to prevent any airborne moisture from getting into the door over time.