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As homes generally become smaller, it is easy to see why Internal Bifold Doors are becoming increasingly popular as a way to improve the flow between rooms and increase the available space due to the way they fold back becoming less obtrusive than a standard door.

Why Choose Internal Bifold Doors

When faced with either a narrow or wide entrance way to an area that needs enclosing, Internal Bifold Doors are the obvious choice to provide a workable and stylish solution while still maximising the available space. Often chosen because the Folding Doors fold back on themselves in a concertina fashion to make the surrounding area appear more open and spacious. Also when folded back, the doors provide a seamless transition between rooms making rooms seem larger and less cramped.

Small wardrobe spaces in bedrooms, or cupboard spaces in kitchens, where the room to open a standard door is not available without the furniture causing an obstruction, are perfect candidates for fitting Internal Bifold Doors.

Making a Choice

When choosing which are the perfect Internal Bifold Doors, buyers need to weigh up two main issues:

  • How the space that is being enclosed or separated is used?
  • What finish is required on the door to ensure it fits in with the existing decor?

Clearly, if the Internal Folding Doors are being used to separate two rooms, one of the glazed options would be the most likely choice. If one room benefits from good natural daylight, while the adjoining room doesn't, then the fully glazed option is probably preferable, but there are part-glazed and non-glazed options available for those who want to maintain privacy between rooms. With factory pre-finishes in brilliant white and American white oak veneers offering years of maintenance-free service, Internal Bifold Doors can also be supplied unfinished to allow buyers to choose their own paint, stain or varnish.

Internal Bifold Doors are the ideal solution for those situations where space is limited and opening a traditional door could prove problematic. Perfect for narrow or wide gaps and capable of being folded back to open up available spaces, it is little wonder their popularity is ever-growing.

More detailed information on how bi-fold doors work, including a video are available to read in this article How to Choose the Best Bi-folding Doors

If you need additional help with door installation, please find our guide on standard door sizes. Alternatively, don’t hesitate to give us a call of drop us a message in the live chat. We are happy to help!

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