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How to specify internal doors

From reflecting your personal tastes to protecting you and your property in the event of a fire, your choice of doors can have a big impact on your home’s feel and performance, says Charley Ward
This mushroom grey double doorset by JB Kind has a neutral appeal that will work well in modern interiors thanks to its clean lines and slightly textured finish
These glazed French doors by Todd Doors allow zones to be closed offwhile still allowing light to travel throughout the house. Opposite: A pocket door system, like this smart white offering from Todd Doors, can work well in areas with limited floor space

A property’s internal doors can fulfil a range of functions. Aside from the obvious privacy benefits, they also have useful soundproofing and insulating qualities, and can make a real aesthetic statement. “Because of the rise in open-plan living, even really big houses have far fewer internal doors than they used to,” says Elizabeth Assaf, designer at Urban Front.

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