Beautiful internal doors

Transform your home with internal doors designed to add contemporary style or period detailing.  Our wide range of XL Joinery Internal Doors showcase the natural elegance of A grade oak and can be ordered either Pre-finished and ready to hang, or Unfinished for you to apply your preferred shade of varnish.  Alternatively, our white primed doors are ready for a coat of paint to match your interior colour scheme.  Glazed or panelled, you can order with confidence that you're buying the best from XL Joinery, the UK’s leading manufacturer of doors for homes.

Oak doors ready to install

These beautiful engineered oak doors from XL Joinery’s Pre-finished Oak Collection will add instant individual style and luxury to your home.  They’re supplied fully finished – no need for staining or painting, just ready to install with the classy soft shine of real, A-grade oak.  And their precision construction means no warping or moving. If you’re on trend and you’ve already got yourself some handsome oak furniture, then these oak doors will complete your interior design perfectly.

Contemporary door designs

For a modern look, check out the XL Joinery Pre-Finished Ravenna - a strong, architectural and contemporary door with vertical and horizontal grain panels.  For real design statements look at the softer lines of XL Joinery Pre-Finished Salerno or  XL Joinery Pre-Finished Verona which all feature a unique and eye-catching combination of oak and curved glass panels.  The XL Joinery Pre-Finished Palermo is a stylish, unusual design incorporating both vertical and horizontal grains, and, of course, we’ve got a much-loved XL Joinery Pre-Finished Shaker style with its recognisable geometric lines.

Timeless and traditional doors

Alternatively, explore the traditional and timeless styles of our period doors.  The XL Joinery Pre-Finished Worcester has three strikingly simple vertical panels and the XL Joinery Pre-Finished Suffolk has a farmhouse boarded vibe.  Or go back in time with the two-panelled XL Joinery Pre-Finished Louis or the four-panel XL Joinery Pre-Finished Victorian, both much-loved classics.  Whatever your home’s style, you’ll find a door to transform your personal living space.

We’re confident that you’ll find the perfect doors for your home, but you can always ask an friendly expert for advice. Give our team a call on 01529 308839 or check out our convenient web chat facility.

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Doors for new build and renovation projects: Turnbull's tips

Buying new internal doors is a smart move

If you're in the middle of a house renovation project, you might like to hear why we think buying new doors make sense.




We love the look of our old house and when we started to renovate it, we really wanted to keep all the original doors. They’d been covered up with hardboard and painted. We took them off and contacted a joiner for a quote for the renovation…

We often hear this story from our customers and we sympathise. After all, who wouldn’t want to keep the original doors of a property? They give a place such character. And if you’re lucky enough to be living in a listed building, well, there’s no option. But for many homeowners, we inherit doors that are not fit for purpose.

So, if you’re weighing up renovation versus replacement, let us chip in with some very good reasons why you should consider buying a set of quality engineered wooden doors made by British craftsmen.

  1. Save yourself time
    With 6-9 internal doors in the average home, door renovation is costly and time-consuming, often just when your project is running out of both. It requires skill to bring a warped, split door back to life. You will need to assess whether the locks and hinges are still viable or need replacing. Removing the previous coats of paint needs care too. Any pre-1960s painted surface in your home may have lead; stripping is a hazardous job. Finally, a stripped or dipped door needs to be surveyed for splitting and decay, treated, filled, sanded, and then waxed, varnished or painted.
  2. Health and safety matters
    You should replace any glazing in an internal door below the height of 1500mm with BSI toughened safety glass. Glazed floor to ceiling side panels also need safety glass. Fire doors are needed if your home has three or more storeys, or if you have access to an integral garage. They are also needed if part of your home is used for a business or you rent out rooms to paying guests. Sadly, your period doors won’t meet these standards whereas contemporary doors will.
  3. Energy efficiency
    It’s an essential consideration for all homeowners. Old doors look charming, but they might not do a great job at keeping out draughts and keeping in the heat. And how are they at creating noise barriers? Engineered doors are designed to minimise heat loss and will save you significant amounts in bills in their lifetime.
  4. New doors, period look
    Buying new doors doesn’t mean you sacrifice your home’s period look. Quality engineered doors come in a range of authentic period styles and are very popular. You can choose a classic Victorian panelled door, a simple Shaker, 1930s high panelled - all work extremely well in a period setting.
  5. Doors to fit all doorways
    A range of sizes and trim options means you’ll have no difficulty ordering internal doors to fit your home. So if you do have a quirky doorway that’s wide, narrow, tall or low, you can rest assured you’ll still be able to fit a new door successfully.
  6. The perfect finish
    Modern manufactured doors come in a range of finishes, just as you’d expect. Select a varnish or stain to match your home’s period look, or order an unfinished door to do this yourself - you’ll have most control with this option. White primed doors will allow you to chose paint from a period colour palette.

Turnbull supplies a wide range of beautifully engineered XL Joinery Internal Doors made in the UK by skilled craftsmen. Our friendly, experienced team can help sort out your options and order details. We’re confident that you’ll find the right product for your home on our site, but you can always ask an expert for advice by simply calling 01529 308839 or using our convenient web chat facility.

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