The choice of interroom doors for the interior is rather important question which it is necessary to approach with extra care. The interroom door is some kind of fortress which preserves you against excess noise and cold. Very often when choosing door, we pay attention to its exterior and cost, but it is not always the coreligion decision.
Externally beautiful or expensive door not always are strong therefore when choosing door it is worth paying attention to technology of its production. Besides, it is necessary to consider features of your interior that the door did not look silly. Doors from the integral massif, for example oak or pine as their warm colors will create the improbable atmosphere of cosiness and heat in the house best of all will be suitable for rooms with classical interior.
If it is necessary to pick up door for the living room, then it is the best of all to stop on doors from ash-tree or larch which will help to emphasize elegance and refinement of your room.
For rooms in modernist style style it is the best of all to choose doors from cherry or nut as doors from these tree of woods will have more saturated shades. At combination of several materials in general it is possible to create unique design of door. For offices and public places you should not choose "household" doors, otherwise can happen so that through time of door will lose the original presentable exterior and will look silly against the background of room European-quality repair. The best choice are doors from massive whole wood. Such doors cost very much, but also are the most durable. When choosing such doors it is necessary to consider from what tree, soft or firm, doors are made. So, for example, doors from oak, beech and ash-tree are the strongest and durable which will worry not only you, but also your grandchildren. However their price not all on teeth. Very often people buy doors from pine. It is rather quite good option too, however you should not forget that the pine is rather soft breed therefore will serve less, than doors from oak, beech and ash-tree.