What colour doors?

(4 Posts)
YelloDraw Wed 02-Nov-16 23:02:42

What are your oppinions on internal doors - white, or oak (veneer)?

Hallway has oak (effect?) engineered wood flooring.

I am having the doors, door frames and skirting and architrave removed and replaced in the bedrooms. Woodwork will be white.

Doors will be 4 panel style... but I can't decide between white or oak? White would match the woodwork, but oak might look nicer overall?

Would it looks silly having colour on the walls, white woodwork then oak doors?

Anyone have an opinion on these two doors?
www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Stirling-Internal-Moulded-Door-White-Primed-Grained-4-Panel-2040-x-726-mm/p/121615 Cheap and white]]
More expensive and oak vanneer

Jayfee Wed 02-Nov-16 23:17:49

With a period house I would go with eggshell white 4 panel doors. I like pale oak but they have to be good quality to look good and often it is the more modern designs which look good.

Limitless Wed 02-Nov-16 23:28:35

Would it looks silly having colour on the walls, white woodwork then oak doors?

I hope not because it's what I have. grin

What age is your house? Is the whole look traditional or modern or a mixture of both?

I think either option is ok. I used cheap doors but decent handles and hinges.

YelloDraw Thu 03-Nov-16 08:34:26

It's a 60s build ex council house - so not period and not really modern either...

Maybe I should have a look at more modern doors.

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