Internal Oak Veneer Doors
If you’re looking for a clean, smooth, modern finish, our veneer doors may be the best choice for your home. Solid Oak veneer doors are great for internal uses, as you can create a modern, sophisticated, sleek look that will maintain its quality over time. Internal oak doors will look beautiful inside any home, allowing you to style and decorate your home exactly how you like!
Veneer Internal doors are doors that have an additional layer of fine wood that is applied overtop of the main material for the door, which is often more rough. This thin covering is meant to be decorative and make the door look more clean, sleek, and appealing. Usually, this wood will be less than 3 mm thick and will be glued to the main panels of the door, ensuring a flat and finished surface.
What Is A Veneer Door?
When discussing woodworking, veneer is a process in which thin slices of wood are glued to core panels. Typically, wood from the trunk of a tree is peeled off or sliced from large blocks. Veneer’s appearance is unique in that it clearly marks the wood grain because it can be sliced along the growth rings. Depending on where the slice is made, a variety of unique patterns can form. This allows you to create a diverse range of styles and even interconnect various cuts of veneer.
Veneer doors are doors that have an additional layer of fine wood that is applied overtop of the main material for the internal door, which is often more rough. This thin covering is meant to be decorative and make the door look more clean, sleek, and appealing. Usually, this wood will be less than 3 mm thick and will be glued to the main panels of the door, ensuring a flat and finished surface.
What Are The Advantages of Veneer?
In most cases, veneer helps ensure that cracking and splitting is reduced, as these surfaces are finished and laid smooth. These thin pieces of wood are less likely to split and crack than solid oak internal doors. In the event that it does crack or split, it is much easier and cheaper to repair a broken piece of veneer - even if you replace the veneer on the entire door - than it is to buy a new solid object.
Some projects would be impossible to perfect with solid oak, making veneer an ideal option for creating what you need. Although this may not be as true of internal doors, it is for sure true of carpentry. In some more elegant or elaborate internal door designs, veneer can allow you to create a look you couldn’t achieve with solid wood. If you are looking to save time we have an exceptional selection of doors that are already finished with our pre finished oak veneer doors selection. Or for those who prefer panelled doors, we have an amazing collection of 4 panel oak veneer internal doors to fit your needs.
What Kind Of Timber Is Used?
Oak wood comes mostly from the Northern Hemisphere, from regions like North America, Europe, and Asia. There are about 600 different species of oak trees that can be deciduous or evergreen depending on where they live. It has a high density, which makes it great for building because it is hard, strong, and durable. It also lasts long because its high level of tannin naturally resists insects and fungus diseases.
Why Fire Rated Veneer Doors?
Many veneered internal doors still come with fire-resistant options so that you can ensure you get the best in terms of fire and smoke safety. Getting a fire rated oak veneer internal door can help isolate fire or smoke emergencies within your home. Not only can this help protect various areas of your home from extensive damage, but it can also potentially give you more time to escape in an emergency situation. You will find a fantastic selection of oak veneer fire doors within our veneer collection, so you can find the perfect internal door to complement your interior design.
Benefits of Having Veneer Doors
Veneer doors provide a number of advantages over solid wood doors. Since veneer is a thin sheet of wood, it allows you to create various things you would be unable to produce with strictly solid wood on its own. They can offer a smooth finish for both appearance and texture. There are certain looks, textures, and finishes that you can only get from using veneer. So whether you are trying to achieve a classic appearance with oak veneer glazed doors or looking to add a modern element to your property with Mexicano veneer doors, you will find the doors to suit the style of your home within our range.
It also makes repairing cracks or slices in your internal door easier and more cost effective, since you just need to replace the veneer as opposed to the entire door. Getting oak veneer internal doors will be a great addition to any property, allowing you to personalize the appearance of the door and shape the style of the location. If you want help ordering veneer doors, contact UK Oak Doors today!
What Styles Of Oak Veneer Doors Do We Offer?
We have a huge selection of oak internal doors, especially in our veneered door collection. We have a choice of period styles, such as Victorian and Edwardian style doors, as well as our ever-popular oak 1930s internal doors. Whilst similar to period doors, we also have a large range of panel doors, including a huge choice of two, three, four, five and six panel doors! For more contemporary styles, we also offer Mexicano oak doors as well as Suffolk style doors, similar in design, but associated with different types of properties. Essentially, whatever type of oak door you're looking for... we've got it!
Can I Personalise Oak Veneer Doors?
Our oak internal range of doors are often available as pre finished doors, meaning that they are ready to hang. However, we also offer a range of unfinished oak doors, allowing you to decide what kind of finish you'd like to achieve in your home. You will also be able to paint your new internal doors should you need to match them to existing woodwork in your home.
Are Oak Veneer Doors Worth The Price Tag?
Our large range of internal oak veneer doors are made from solid core materials. They are heavy doors, giving the impression of a solid door, meaning the quality can be felt in the weight of these products. They are often a fraction of the price of solid oak doors, without compromising on quality! The majority of our veneer internal doors feature a solid core, which consist of multiple different timber elements, creating an overall sturdier and more reliable door.
Whilst of course, we love solid oak internal doors, there's always a place for veneered internal doors, offering a slightly more budget-friendly alternative, whilst still being able to achieve that wooden look! They also provide the benefit of providing sound-proofing in your home, preventing noise from travelling around the home, allowing you to isolate the noise into certain rooms of the home, a much more cost effective option than sound-proofing your house.