Acacia Joinery offers a range of hinged or pivot doors for your project. Select from full lite, half lite, battened or panelled and more.
A full-lite door is much as it sounds – a glass door from floor to ceiling. That’s right, a single pane of tough glass. It allows the beauty of natural light in.
A half-lite offers more design options. It features a single pane of glass for only half of the door’s height – usually the top half – while the rest of door can be panelled or decorative to suit.
A multi-lite door has multiple glass panes. These can be divided up by glazing bars (bar patterns) or solid mullions and/or transoms. Sounds fancy and it can be, if that’s the style you’re after.
A battened door is a contemporary option. We like to think of these as a little like the grille of a Rolls Royce. The glass pane sits behind timber strips which are evenly spaced out. These strips can sit vertically or horizontally – whichever best suits the design. And don’t think they have to cover the full span of the glass pane. The strips – or battens – can stop and start where you want.
A panelled door is a traditional joinery door that suits heritage or listed buildings. You’re not limited by any stretch, though, as we offer clad, tongue-in-grove, raised panel and inlay styles. You can also have match the door to the other existing doors in your project with bolection mould styles.