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Puertas enrasadas de madera para viviendas 02The first question has a quick answer: Yes, choosing flush wood doors for homes is a good idea. Let's see what they are and what they contribute with a good example.

The special system of rush door is the solution that allows installing a fully camouflaged door. Furthermore, this system gets to integrate the door into the wall and the environment until it retreated. Once installed, thanks to totally integration, these doors show all their qualities, giving greater emphasis to constructive details of its context. Thus, opting for flush wood doors, also known as integrated doors, invisible doors or hidden doors, helps to achieve continuous walls for modern, minimalist interior designs, clean of outstanding elements, where the focus is on space, light and colour.

This interior design project in wood, carried out by the Riojan design and architecture studio Rodar Arquitectura in a single-family house, is a good example of this. In this case, a natural varnished veneered panelling was used for interior wood cladding in the corridors. The flush wood doors chosen featured the same material on the corridor side and an elegant white colour on the interior side of the rooms. In addition, they were manufactured with concealed hinges to avoid displaying fittings, and black handles were chosen as an elegant and sophisticated touch.

The project was crowned with the installation of Spigoacustic 28-NO-16 sound-absorbing panelling in the headboards of the bedrooms, finished in varnished natural oak veneer, which, in addition to being in line with the aesthetics of the project, provided the acoustic comfort sought by the project.






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