Laminated Flush Door Designs
DAYORIS Doors / Panels
Inspiring solutions for your modern space. These doors are built to last with the finest Italian craftsmanship and quality available in the modern market today. Allow room for creativity and ambiance. Create new doors born of great taste and inspiring ideas. Fascinating alternatives to build the exclusive door your home deserves. Flush doors will match any modern or traditional application.
DAYORIS Doors / Panels
Flush doors have been a traditional element in homes throughout ages. Now you can pick a variety of modern designs or design your own door. Choose from our rich palette with the latest colors in our contemporary world. Versatile and impressive, built to last for generations to come. The choicest high-gloss or matte finishes to make this enchanting high-end product look simply attractive. Remodel your home and enhance spaciousness. Every small corner will come to life because flush doors matters. They make a grand statement in your home.
The Myers Touch
Lotus white door fronts juxtapose a dark grey tiled floor creating an atmosphere of serenity and understated luxury.
Find top design and renovation professionals on Houzz
Find the right local pro for your project
thirdstone inc. [^]
LG House (Edmonton Design :: thirdstone inc. [^] Photography :: Merle Prosofsky
Murphy Mears Architects
Murphy Mears Architects | Hester + Hardaway
The owner of a detached seafront property in Sandgate, Folkestone, was looking for a new kitchen that would be sympathetic to the picturesque coastal location of the property. The owner wanted the space to be welcoming and relaxing, taking inspiration from the look and feel of a traditional bright beach hut. Having had a Stoneham Kitchen before, and impressed by the quality, the owner wanted her new kitchen to be of the same craftsmanship. She therefore approached kitchen designer Philip Haines at Stoneham Kitchens for her second kitchen project. To get the natural feel of the beachfront, the owner opted for Stoneham’s Bewl range with in-frame flush doors, finished in a rustic oak enhanced grain and painted in Crown’s Starry Host – a sea inspired shade of blue. In contrast to the deep ocean blue hue, part of the kitchen cupboards were finished in Crown Mussel – a soft cream tone.
Danny Broe Architect
the kitchen The kitchen is on the threshold between the inside and outside, the most exciting part of the house. The folding doors and windows were carefully detailed to fold back and dissolve the barrier between inside and outside.
Charlie Luxton Design
Doors off the landing to bedrooms and bathroom. Doors and handles are bespoke, made by a local joiner. Photo credit: Mark Bolton Photography
Nosan Signature Homes
The owners of this home, completed in 2017, wanted a fitted closet with no exposed hanging or shelving but with a lot of drawers in place of a conventional dresser or armoire in the bedroom itself. The glass doors are both functional and beautiful allowing one to view the shoes and accessories easily and also serves as an eye-catching display wall. The center island, with a quartz countertop, provides a place for folding, packing, and organizing with drawers accessed from both sides. Not shown is a similar half of the closet for him and a luggage closet. The designer created splayed shafts for the large skylights to provide natural light without losing any wall space. The master closet also features one of the flush doors that were used throughout the home. These doors, made of European wood grain laminate with simple horizontal grooves cut in to create a paneled appearance, were mounted with hidden hinges, no casing, and European magnetic locks.
Neil Kelly Company
The home is a classic mid century modern overlooking Lake Oswego. The master bath is cramped and outdated with lots of monochromatic plastic laminate and a very small mildewed shower surround. The client wanted to increase the size of the shower and update the bathroom in keeping with the architectural style of the rest of the house. Of course, budget was a concern as well. We were able to double the size of the shower as well as removing the dropped ceiling which used to house the bath fan. The new shower surround features a separate fixed head and handshower, porcelain tile with glass “bullet” accents and a niche for storage. The new wall mount vanity, medicine cabinet and light valance were custom built to match the teak room dividers that run through the kitchen and living room. A new Marmoleum floor and updated plumbing fixtures provide the finishing touches. The finished product accomplishes the client’s goals and fits seamlessly with the rest of the house. Photo courtesy of Neil Kelly Design/Build
CCS Woodworks Inc.
White Kitchen Featuring Shaker Doors, Contemporary Hardware & Soapstone Counters
This industrial inspired kitchen combines a timber island with recycled timber benchtop frame which has been set against a white sleek background. The island is in the middle of an open plan room yet it becomes part of the furniture with the use of timber. The white background with integrated fridge also disappears ensuring this space feels more like the rest of the house than the kitchen. The island houses concealed drawers and cupboards on one side and 2 ovens, a dishwasher, sink, microwave and storage on the other. Photography by Sue Murray - imagineit.net.au
TruStile Door TM9130 in LVL with Patina Etruscan Metal panels and Kerf Cut reveal
Nar Design Group
The master bathroom was designed for clients who have a true appreciation for clean lines, symmetry, and simple beauty. They desired a space that checked the box on each of these aesthetic details while maximizing function and storage within each area of this space. This was achieved by providing separate his and hers vanities, a designated makeup station, ample tall storage, and a feature wall to backdrop the bathtub. If standing in the center of this bathroom, one would find that both sides of this bathroom are a mirror image of one another. The makeup vanity is centered on the front wall and is captured by identical floor to ceiling linen storage cabinets with a combination of drawer and door storage. Tall narrow columns were set on the sides of these linen cabinets, which each have a hidden frameless flush inset touch latch door concealing medicine cabinet storage. These columns are finished in a dark textured laminate with vertical grain to emphasize the ceiling height and give a clean contrast to the light linen cabinet finish throughout the rest of the space. Back-to-back are the his and hers vanities that provide quite a bit more storage. Bringing in the element of aged brass cabinet hardware and decorative light fixtures added the perfect amount of soft glam to complete this elegant bathroom.
Farinelli Construction, Inc.
Gallery Hall with glass pocket doors to mudroom area
Custom Maple Cabinets with a toffee stain. The cabinets have staggered look to the heights. This breaks up the look of taller cabinets. The countertops of 2 different formica laminate colors. The sink is a Karran Undermount Acrylic Double Bowl Sink. Laminate Countertops with a Bevel Edge, and undermount Acrylic Sink
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Rob Karosis Photography www.robkarosis.com
Richard Landon Design
Because the refrigerator greeted guests, we softened its appearance by surrounding it with perforated stainless steel as door panels. They, in turn, flowed naturally off the hand-cast glass with a yarn-like texture. The textures continue into the backsplash with the 1"-square mosaic tile. The copper drops are randomly distributed throughout it, just slightly more concentrated behind the cooktop. The Thermador hood pulls out when in use. The crown molding was milled to follow the angle of the sloped ceiling. Roger Turk, Northlight Photography
Laminated Flush Door Designs