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5Mexicano Oak Internal Doors Climadoor

Mexicano Oak Door

From £81.99 inc VAT.
£68.33 ex VAT

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5Oak DX 30s Style Internal Doors Climadoor

Oak DX 30s Style Door

From £97.99 inc VAT.
£81.66 ex VAT

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5Lincoln Oak Internal Doors Climadoor

Lincoln Oak Door

From £106.99 inc VAT.
£89.16 ex VAT

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5Lincoln Oak Glazed - Clear Internal Doors Climadoor

Lincoln Oak Glazed - Clear Door

From £128.99 inc VAT.
£107.49 ex VAT

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5Mexicano Oak 6L Glazed Internal Doors Climadoor

Mexicano Oak 6L Glazed Door

From £137.99 inc VAT.
£114.99 ex VAT

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5Oak Shaker 4 Panel Internal Doors Climadoor

Oak Shaker 4 Panel Door

From £89.59 inc VAT.
£74.66 ex VAT

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5Aston Oak Internal Doors Climadoor

Aston Oak Door

From £119.99 inc VAT.
£99.99 ex VAT

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5Aston - Clear Glass Oak Internal Doors Climadoor

Aston - Clear Glass Oak Door

From £119.99 inc VAT.
£99.99 ex VAT

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5Oak Shaker 4L - Frosted Glass Internal Doors Climadoor

Oak Shaker 4L - Frosted Glass Door

From £111.99 inc VAT.
£93.33 ex VAT

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5Mexicano Oak Pattern 10 Glazed Internal Doors Climadoor

Mexicano Oak Pattern 10 Glazed Door

From £140.99 inc VAT.
£117.49 ex VAT

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5Oak Shaker 4L - Clear Glass Internal Doors Climadoor

Oak Shaker 4L - Clear Glass Door

From £107.99 inc VAT.
£89.99 ex VAT

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5Oak Victorian 4 Panel Shaker Internal Doors Climadoor

Oak Victorian 4 Panel Shaker Door

From £104.99 inc VAT.
£87.49 ex VAT

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Oak Victorian 4 Panel Shaker - Clear Glass Internal Doors Climadoor

Oak Victorian 4 Panel Shaker - Clear Glass Door

From £126.99 inc VAT.
£105.83 ex VAT

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5Oak DX30 - Clear Glass Internal Doors Climadoor

Oak DX30 - Clear Glass Door

From £125.99 inc VAT.
£104.99 ex VAT

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5Oak DX30 - Frosted Glass Internal Doors Climadoor

Oak DX30 - Frosted Glass Door

From £111.19 inc VAT.
£92.66 ex VAT

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5Oak Shaker 1 Light - Frosted Internal Doors Climadoor

Oak Shaker 1 Light - Frosted Door

From £91.99 inc VAT.
£76.66 ex VAT

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5Lincoln Oak Glazed - Frosted Internal Doors Climadoor

Lincoln Oak Glazed - Frosted Door

From £133.99 inc VAT.
£111.66 ex VAT

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5Oak Shaker 1 Light - Clear Internal Doors Climadoor

Oak Shaker 1 Light - Clear Door

From £109.99 inc VAT.
£91.66 ex VAT

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5Aston Oak - Frosted Glass Internal Doors Climadoor

Aston Oak - Frosted Glass Door

From £124.99 inc VAT.
£104.16 ex VAT

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4Traditional Victorian Oak 4 Panel Internal Doors Climadoor

Traditional Victorian Oak 4 Panel Door

From £91.99 inc VAT.
£76.66 ex VAT

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More about the Unfinished Internal Doors Collection

Unfinished interior doors are essentially what their name suggests: doors that haven’t been finalised with paint, varnish, or stain. These doors are usually made of timber, giving homeowners the freedom to finish them in any way they like. Whether one wants a natural wood appearance, a painted look, or even a vintage patina, the options are virtually endless. Find out when to choose unfinished doors in our detailed blog post. 

Benefits of Choosing an Unfinished Interior Door

Tips for Finishing an Unfinished Door

Incorporating Unfinished Doors into Interior Design

Unfinished doors can be integrated into various design themes:

An unfinished interior door is not just a functional element; it's a canvas waiting to be transformed. By choosing to finish a door oneself, homeowners can put a personal touch on a room, making the space truly reflective of their style and taste. Whether it’s bold, understated, or something in between, un-finished doors offer a world of design possibilities. For more guidance on finishing, check out our article on Painting Internal Doors.


Questions about Unfinished Internal Doors

What exactly is an "unfinished" door?

An unfinished door is a door that has not been treated with a final finish such as paint, varnish, or stain. It typically retains the natural appearance of the wood and provides homeowners the opportunity to customise its look according to their preferences.

Why would someone choose an unfinished interior door over a pre-finished one?

Unfinished doors offer greater flexibility in terms of customisation. They allow homeowners to select their own finish to perfectly match their interiors. Additionally, unfinished interior doors can often be more cost-effective than pre-finished versions.

Are unfinished doors more susceptible to damage?

Since they lack a protective finish, unfinished interior doors can be more vulnerable to moisture, scratches, and dings. However, once they're treated with a proper finish, they will have similar resilience as pre-finished doors.

How long can I leave my door unfinished after purchase?

It's best to finish your door as soon as possible, especially if it's exposed to high humidity or fluctuating temperatures. This helps prevent warping, swelling, or potential damage to the wood.

What type of finish is best for unfinished doors?

The best finish depends on the desired appearance and the room's function. For a natural look, clear varnish or sealant works well. For colour, homeowners can choose between paints and stains, considering the wood type and desired look.

How do I prepare my unfinished door for finishing?

Start by sanding the door to create a smooth surface. Wipe it down with a damp cloth to remove dust. Depending on the finish you're using, you might need a primer. Always follow manufacturer recommendations for the best results.

Is there a significant price difference between unfinished and pre-finished doors?

Often, unfinished doors are priced lower than their pre-finished counterparts. However, one should factor in the cost of finishing materials and the time or labor required to complete the door when determining overall value.

Can unfinished doors be installed without finishing?

Technically, yes. However, it's not recommended as the door will lack protection against wear and tear. To ensure longevity and aesthetic appeal, always finish your door before or shortly after installation.


The Interior Doors Information Centre

The Different Types of Internal Doors

The Different Types of Internal Doors

Buying your doors used to be relatively straightforward, but as demand for different styles, sizes, colours, designs, and types of interior door has increased, so has the...

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How To Prevent Internal Doors From Sticking

How To Prevent Internal Doors From Sticking

Do you have an internal door that gets stuck all the time? If so, you’re far from alone - it’s a very common problem. Maybe your door catches at the top, or s...

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Internal Door Fittings

Internal Door Fittings

It’s not often that you’ll find yourself changing the door furniture in your home. Perhaps you’re updating your home, or maybe building one from scratch; whatever...

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How To Paint Internal Doors

How To Paint Internal Doors

To keep your property looking its best, you’ll need to occasionally apply a coat of finish. This will ensure not only that your doors look fantastic, but that they’re p...

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How To Hang Internal Doors

How To Hang Internal Doors

Once you’ve purchased your perfect internal door, the next job is getting them hung. This is a process that can intimidate some people, and often has them calling on support ...

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Internal Door Sizes Uk

Internal Door Sizes Uk

A practical question you may not have even considered is what size doors do I need? People seem to assume that they come in a standard size but that isn’t the case. ...

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How To Measure Internal Doors

How To Measure Internal Doors

Your internal doors might seem unimportant, but they actually make a big difference to the style and overall appearance of your property. The right internal doors don’t ...

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How To Shop Internal Doors

How To Shop Internal Doors

Internal doors are often the unsung heroes of interior design features. While hours might be spent pouring over carpet samples, paint swatches and furniture, when it comes to doors...

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Is It Easy to Replace Internal Doors?

Is It Easy to Replace Internal Doors?

If you're doing renovations, one way to make an instant impact is to replace your interior doors. It's easy to underestimate the difference that an internal door can make but one t...

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