Best Interior Doors Styles
Photos and Names for 13 Door Styles in NC New Homes
Looking for the names of inderior door styles you've found on Houzz, Pinterest, and your favorite home design websites?
We've compiled photos of the most popular new home interior door styles - with photos of each design!
Here are a few favorites - scroll for photos of all 13 types of doors:
Photos of popular doors styles are taken from different custom homes built by Stanton Homes in central North Carolina.
How will you know an interior style when you see it? Generally, the number, shape, and size of panels will distinguish each door style.
Interior Door Style #1: "The Rockport"
The Rockport interior door style has a unique design with at least five rectangular panels in a horizontal row.
This Rockport interior door has six panels. The photo is an example of a two-door entry to the master bathroom:
This kitchen pantry door is an example of the full-width Rockport style door:
See more photos of Rockport style interior doors in these NC new homes:
- Multigenerational house design - The Serengeti
- Mountain house design - The Treehouse
- Contemporary craftsman - The Horse Country Estate
Interior Door Style #2: "The Craftsman III"
The Craftsman III interior door style is a contemporary take on craftsman design. The door style has three panels - one rectangular panel on top and two parallel panels below.
Here's an example photo of a Craftsman III door in a master bath:
Here's an example photo of a Craftsman III door in a master walk in closet:
Interior Door Style #3: "The Santa Fe"
Recently, we've seen a lot more requests for "The Santa Fe" style door in Raleigh custom homes.
The Santa Fe interior door style is multi-dimensional - with radius top arch and five distinct panels above and below the mid rail (also called lock rail).
The Santa Fe style is very flexible, and can blend well in farmhouse, contemporary, craftsman, and transitional home styles. See examples of each home style, with the Santa Fe interior doors:
- English Country House Design - The Blueridge
- Transitional House Design - The Alicia
- Country Farmhouse Design
- Craftsman Style House Design
Interior Door Style #4: "The Provincial"
A Provincial interior door has four vertical panels with a cathedral arch split into the top two panels. A cathedral arch has an extra "dip" in its curve, adding more attraction to the door.
More photos of Provincial doors:
Interior Door Style #5: "The Avalon"
The Avalon interior door design has three rectanglular panels - a large panel on top, thin in the middle, and medium on bottom.
This new home master bath is a great example of the Avalon door style:
Interior Door Style #6: "The Cambridge"
Cambridge style doors tend to look more contemporary, with simple and clean lines. The Cambridge door uses two raised panels, with a larger panel on top and smaller panel on bottom.
These two photos show Cambridge style doors in the kitchen pantry and mud room:
More photos of this interior door style for NC new homes:
Interior Door Style #7: "The Continental"
Continental doors are very popular in new homes. The curved top piece sets the door off, giving it more dimension against the straight lines of trim.
Interior two door entries are scaled so that each door is thinner than a "standard width", but the total distnace is often wider.
See photos of more Continental style interior doors:
Interior Door Style #8: "The Colonial"
A Colonial door style, sometimes called "Bostonian," has six raised panels. If you love classic American architecture, this may be the perfect door style for your new home.
This Colonial door leads between the kitchen and laundry / mud room:
See farmhouse and county house designs with Colonial doors:
Interior Door Style #9: "The Princeton"
The Princeton style uses a full cathedral arch (instead of the split cathedral arch in the provincial style).
The curved top of this Princeton mud room door contrasts with the built in drop zone and bench trim, emphasizing the architectural appeal of both styles.
Princeton style doors are elegant, even in the kid's bedroom:
See more examples of Princeton doors in NC new homes:
Interior Door Style #10: "The Atherton"
The Atherton interior door style has four raised panels, in two rows. Here is an example of a master bedroom entrance with dual Atherton doors:
Interior Door Style #11: Clear Glass French Door
Clear glass French doors are a great choice for interior separations between the living room and sun room; master bath and bedroom; and mother in law suite and living or sitting room. See examples of French doors with and without grids, below.
Photo of interior glass french doors without grids:
Photo of interior French doors with grids:
Pocket Doors are great for small spaces, or rooms with multiple entries back-to-back, like this Jack and Jill style kid's bathroom:
Interior Door Style #13: Barn Doors
Barn Doors are hugely popular right now - and we credit HGTV for spreading the trend.
Here's an example of a custom, hand-built bard door in an NC new home in Pittsboro, Chatham County.
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