Pine doors are typically known as light toned softwoods, rather popular for internal doors as they create very clean looking bright doors. The real beauty of Pine is how well it accepts finishes and stains, with planning a pine door can easily be adjusted to match other wood shades.
Pine doors are typically known as light toned softwoods, rather popular for internal doors as they create very clean looking bright doors. The real beauty of pine is how well it accepts finishes and stain, and can easily be adjusted to match other wood shades in your home. By nature, pine is a lighter material to work with compared to other common woods such as Oak or Walnut, because the wood is less dense. That's not to say that the door is noticeably weaker however, our internal pine doors can withstand the same day to day use just like other woods if it is cared for correctly.
Some internal pine doors are noticeably different due to the conditions they grow in, this can leave some with knots, a clean look or a far darker tone. Depending on the original look of the door any finishes or stains could have varied results so it's important to consider if you're trying to match to another door in your home. Most internal pine doors will start off as a rather light shade, but are capable of absorbing stains and finishes easily, this means you can freely paint the door with almost any shade or colouring you want as the subtle original shade won't be easily noticed. This gives you the freedom to customise the look to create your own specific theme, or to match already installed doors. Given the broad variety of base internal pine doors, you can be sure you'll find something you can work with. If you're considering painting your internal pine door white, why not check out the internal white doors collection.
SUSTAINABLE & FSC CERTIFIED
Sustainable sources are very important to all of us at Leader Doors, so all of our internal doors are FSC Certified so you can be sure that any purchased goods from us are not harming forests. This sustainable approach has led to very competitive prices too, so our internal pine doors are often cheaper than most other common woods used for doors.