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52 Panel Clear Pine Internal Doors LPD Doors

2 Panel Clear Pine Door

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53 Panel Clear Pine Internal Doors LPD Doors

3 Panel Clear Pine Door

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Richmond Clear Pine Internal Doors LPD Doors

Richmond Clear Pine Door

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54 Panel Clear Pine Internal Doors LPD Doors

4 Panel Clear Pine Door

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4 Panel Knotty Pine Internal Doors LPD Doors

4 Panel Knotty Pine Door

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46 Panel Clear Pine Internal Doors LPD Doors

6 Panel Clear Pine Door

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5Richmond Clear Half Pine Internal Doors LPD Doors

Richmond Clear Half Pine Door

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56 Panel Knotty Pine Internal Doors LPD Doors

6 Panel Knotty Pine Door

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Clear Pine Louis Internal Doors XL Joinery Doors

Clear Pine Louis Door

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Clear Pine Riviera Internal Doors XL Joinery Doors

Clear Pine Riviera Door

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5Clear Pine Colonial 6 Panel Internal Doors XL Joinery Doors

Clear Pine Colonial 6 Panel Door

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5Islington Pine Internal Doors PM Mendes

Islington Pine Door

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Pine 1930 4 Panel PM Mendes

Pine 1930 4 Panel

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More about the Pine Doors Collection

If you're looking to transform your home with a dash of natural sophistication and robust practicality why not try internal pine doors. Characterised by their rich, honey-hued finish and prominent grain patterns, these doors radiate a distinctive natural charm. Seamlessly blending style with resilience, at an affordable price point, our pine doors are excellent value.

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Why Choose Pine For An Internal Door?

Pine, as a material, is a versatile softwood that's renowned for its unique character and warmth. Featuring varying shades of light to medium brown, interlaced with streaks of yellow or red, pine is immediately recognizable by its distinctive grain patterns. It is relatively lightweight, yet offers a solid resilience, making it a viable contender for internal door construction.

Pine's exceptional workability makes it a favorite among carpenters. It can be easily shaped, carved, and finished with its blank canvas to match a vast array of design requirements. Moreover, pine exhibits good natural insulating properties, which can contribute to the energy efficiency of your home. Its sound absorption capabilities also make it ideal for maintaining a peaceful and quiet indoor environment.

Different types of pine are used in door construction, each with its unique characteristics. White pine, for instance, is known for its fine, straight grain and uniform texture, and is often used for its smooth appearance and ease of painting or staining. Yellow pine, on the other hand, is denser and more rigid, featuring a more pronounced grain that imparts a robust, rustic appearance. Knotty pine, like the 4 Panel Door By LPD Doors with its characteristic knots and swirls, adds a distinct charm and character to pine doors, making them perfect for those aiming for a more country or traditional look.

The Benefits Of Pine Doors

Despite being a softwood, pine possesses impressive strength and sturdiness, providing a robust barrier between rooms for many years. When properly maintained, solid pine doors resist wear and tear effectively, offering a long-lasting solution for internal doors that also stands up to the rigors of daily use.

Versatility

Pine doors also offer a high degree of versatility in design and finishes. Their naturally appealing grain and warm color make them an attractive choice in their own right, but they also take well to painting or staining. This means you can easily customize your pine door to fit any colour scheme. Furthermore, pine is a natural insulator, helping to keep rooms warm in winter and cool in summer, while also providing a measure of soundproofing. A pine internal door leands itself well to an array of door furniture. Whether you choose a bold, simple door knob or an elaborate door handle, these doors will continue to exude their natural beauty.

Affordability

As for affordability, pine doors offer a cost-effective solution compared to other types of internal doors, without compromising on quality or style, making them an ideal choice for homeowners on a budget. Pine's rapid growth rate and widespread availability make it a sustainable option, contributing to eco-friendly building practices that reduce the environmental footprint of your home.

Finishing Options

All our internal pine door are supplied unfinished, providing a blank canvas which allows you the freedom to personalise the finish according to your taste. Pine, with its light natural color and distinct grain, accepts both stains and paints well. Staining allows the grain pattern to show through, enhancing the rustic appeal of the wood, while painting can provide a broader range of color options and a more uniform appearance for internal doors.

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Glazing Options for Pine Doors

Incorporating glass elements into your pine doors can bring an additional level of sophistication to your internal doors. Glazing options allow natural light to flow between rooms while preserving privacy. You can choose from clear, frosted, patterned, or stained glass, depending on your preference and the style of your room. Some interior pine doors feature a single large pane for a modern, minimalist look, while others incorporate multiple small panes for a more traditional appearance.

Maintaining A Pine Door

The type of finish you choose will also influence the maintenance requirements of your pine door. A painted door, for instance, may require periodic repainting, particularly in high-traffic areas where wear is more likely. Stained doors might need re-application of a protective sealant over time to maintain their lustre and protect the wood. Regardless of the finish, regular cleaning is crucial. Use a soft, dry cloth to remove dust and debris from the surface. For a deeper clean, dampen the cloth slightly with a mixture of warm water and mild soap, then gently wipe the door, making sure to follow the grain of the wood. Avoid using harsh or abrasive cleaners as these can damage the finish and potentially the wood itself. Always ensure the door is thoroughly dried after cleaning to prevent moisture damage.

To prevent warping and damage, it's vital to monitor your home's humidity levels. High humidity can cause the wood to swell and warp, while low humidity may lead to drying and cracking. A balanced environment with a relative humidity level between 40% and 60% is generally ideal. Be aware of signs of warping or sticking, which may indicate that your door is absorbing excess moisture. Lastly, avoid slamming your doors or subjecting them to hard impacts to prevent dents or damage to the structure. With these care tips, your pine internal doors can retain their beauty and functionality for many years.

How to Choose the Right Pine Internal Door

Selecting the right pine interior door involves careful consideration of several key factors. The quality of the wood is paramount. Our doors are made from high-quality pine that shows uniform color, a clear grain pattern, and a smooth surface free of knots or splits. The construction of the door also plays a part in its overall quality; a door with a sturdy frame will generally last longer and perform better.

An Array of Size Options

Size is an obvious factor. It's essential to take accurate measurements of your door frame to ensure the door you choose will fit perfectly. This includes the height, width, and depth of the door opening. Be sure to consider any requirements for trimming or adjustments that might be necessary during installation. For more information, why not read our guide on how to measure internal doors. We have a selection of interior pine doors in all standard sizes, as well as some unusual ones, like slim side panels.

Personal Style

Your personal style preferences will naturally play a major role in your choice of door. Pine internal doors come in a range of designs from traditional panelled styles, like XL Joinery's take on a classic 1930's design - the Pine Louis Door, which adds a classic touch, through to sleek, modern internal doors for contemporary homes, like the Clear Pine Riviera Door.

Price

Price is an important consideration for most homeowners. Fortunately, pine doors offer a range of options to fit different budgets, from basic, affordable models to more expensive, elaborate designs with glass. Remember that while it's essential to stay within your budget, investing in a higher-quality door can pay off in the long term through durability and less required maintenance. All our doors are backed with a 10 year manufacturing guarantee.

Whether you're planning a full-scale renovation or just looking to refresh your interiors, our range of interior pine doors is the perfect place to start.


Questions about Pine Internal Doors

How durable are pine doors?

Internal pine doors are quite durable. While pine is a softer type of wood compared to others like oak, it still offers considerable strength and longevity when properly cared for. Regular maintenance, such as cleaning and re-finishing when needed, can significantly extend the lifespan of a pine door.

Can I paint or stain my pine doors?

Yes, one of the benefits of choosing an internal pine door is its versatility. Pine doors accept both paint and stain well, allowing you to customize the finish to match your interior decor.

Are pine doors sustainable?

Pine is a fast-growing tree species, making it a more sustainable choice compared to slower-growing hardwoods. Look for doors made from sustainably sourced pine or certified by environmental stewardship organizations for the most eco-friendly options.

How often will I need to maintain my pine internal door?

The frequency of maintenance for internal pine doors can depend on factors like usage and the type of finish applied. Generally, a light cleaning with a soft, damp cloth to remove dust and grime is recommended regularly. If the door has been stained or painted, it might need re-finishing every few years to keep it looking its best.

Do pine doors offer good insulation?

Yes, pine has good natural insulating properties, which can help to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Additionally, solid pine doors can also provide decent sound insulation.

What styles of interior pine doors are available?

Pine doors come in a wide range of styles to suit different tastes and home decor. This includes traditional panelled doors, contemporary flush doors, glazed doors for letting in light, and more rustic designs to create a country-style feel for internal doors.

Can pine doors warp over time?

Any wooden door, including pine, can warp if exposed to fluctuating temperatures and humidity. However, proper installation, regular maintenance, and controlling the indoor environment can significantly minimize the chances of interior pine doors warping.


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