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Mexicano Half Light Glazed - Clear  Internal Oak Doors
2024-07-28 16:00:00

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Mexicano Half Light Glazed - Clear Internal Oak Doors

Internal Doors

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Price Range: £136.99 - £143.99

Size (H x W x T)
Stock
Price
1981 x 686 x 35mm
✓ Low Stock
£136.99
1981 x 762 x 35mm
Back Order: 12 Aug
£136.99
1981 x 838 x 35mm
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£136.99
2040 x 726 x 40mm
✓ Low Stock
£143.99
2040 x 826 x 40mm
✓ Low Stock
£143.99

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  • Nickel / Chrome

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Product Information
FSC Certification

Whether you are seeking a modern minimalist look or a more traditional design, this door will add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your space.

One of the defining features of this door is its sleek, superior oak finish. Made from high-quality, robust American white oak veneer, this door is not just sturdy but also radiates a warm, inviting ambiance.

The door’s half-light clear glazed design is its standout feature. This well-crafted clear glass allows natural light to pour in, enhancing the brightness and warmth of any room in your home. It’s an ideal choice for rooms requiring more light or for spaces where you want to create a welcoming and open feel.

This Mexicano door comes unfinished, offering you the freedom to personalize it according to your preferences. Whether you want to stain, varnish, or paint, this door can be custom-finished to match your home's interior design style perfectly.

As part of our esteemed Mexicano internal doors range, this Half Light Glazed Door beautifully complements other products from the same collection. Create a harmonious aesthetic across your entire home by incorporating other Mexicano doors into your interior design.

In conclusion, the Mexicano Half Light Glazed - Clear Internal Oak Door is not just a door. It's a smart investment, a design statement, and a promise of quality. Elevate your home’s interior with this stunning, light-enhancing oak door with glass.


Technical Specification
Category
Brand
Material
Oak
Glazing
Finish
Panels
Colour
Oak
Construction
Engineered Solid Core (Heavyweight)
Lipping
20mm on 686mm and higher / 10mm on 610mm and lower
FSC® Certification
FSC® Mix
Average Weight
30.47kg
Suitable For
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Questions about Mexicano Half Light Glazed - Clear Internal Oak Doors

What are the benefits of clear glazing for internal doors?

Clear glazing offers several distinct benefits for internal doors, making it a popular choice for homeowners and designers alike. Here are some of the key advantages:

  • Natural Light: The most significant benefit of clear glazing is that it allows for maximum light transmission. By incorporating clear glazing into your internal doors, you can create brighter, more inviting spaces throughout your home. This can be especially beneficial in homes with fewer windows or in rooms where additional light is desired.
  • Visibility: Clear glazed internal doors allow you to see through to other rooms, creating a sense of openness and space. This visibility can also be advantageous for safety, allowing you to monitor activity in other rooms.
  • Aesthetics: Clear glazing adds a stylish, modern look to any internal door. It offers an aesthetic appeal that can complement a wide range of interior design styles, from contemporary to classic.
  • Versatility: Clear glazing can be incorporated into a variety of door designs and styles. Whether you prefer a half-light design, where the top portion of the door is glazed, or a fully glazed door, clear glazing can be adapted to suit your needs.
  • Energy Efficiency: While this is more relevant for external doors and windows, clear glazing can help with energy efficiency by allowing sunlight into your home, thus reducing the need for artificial lighting during the day.
  • Easy to Clean: Clear glass is easy to clean and maintain, making it a practical choice for busy households. With the right care, clear glazed doors can look great for years to come.

Can I leave my doors unfinished?

While it's technically possible to leave your doors unfinished, it's generally not recommended. Internal doors are subject to daily wear and tear, and an appropriate finish helps protect them from damage. Here are a few reasons why finishing your doors is important:

  • Durability and Protection: A finish adds a layer of protection to the door, shielding it from scratches, dents, and everyday wear. It can also help to protect the door from moisture, which can cause the wood to warp or rot over time.
  • Aesthetic Appeal: A finish enhances the natural beauty of the wood, bringing out its grain and colour. Unfinished doors may appear dull or inconsistent in comparison.
  • Maintenance: Finished doors are easier to clean and maintain than unfinished ones. Stains and marks can be wiped away more easily, and the door is less likely to absorb odours.
  • Stability: Finishing not only protects the surface of the door, but it also helps maintain the door's stability by preventing it from absorbing or losing moisture too quickly, which can lead to warping or cracking.

However, some people may choose to leave their doors unfinished for specific design reasons or to allow for natural aging of the wood. If you do choose to leave your doors unfinished, it's essential to be aware that they will require more regular maintenance and may not last as long as finished doors.


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