Block doors are swing doors placed in a block frame. The doors provide a sleek finish for any passageway. A must in modern, open hallways, for example.
This makes block doors one of the most minimalist doors and an excellent choice if you want to take your minimalism inside to a new level. Adooré’s D-frames take this an extra step further. More info on these if you scroll a little further.
If you are looking for a door that adds a sleek, minimalist and modern touch to any interior, then a block door is definitely for you.
Block doors are always 100% custom made with us. This for the block doors of “regular” height and the ceiling-high variant. With the latter, your space gets an optically larger feel.
The term block door is often confused with the term invisible door. The latter is a door placed without a frame and completely flush with the wall. Invisible doors are also available from us, as are Adooré X-frames. Ask about them in our showroom!
Adooré’s D-frames are ceiling-high doors with an even more sleek and modern finish. They feature a thin, seamless door frame barely 3mm on the wall. The combination of this frame and the door itself creates an extra sleek look. In short, they are the better alternative to a block door!
These minimalist doors create a unique look because they are so sleek. So they are a great choice for people who want to completely seal off a space from other spaces in one of the most minimalist ways possible. To emphasize this effect, most people choose a block door in the same color as the wall.
The block door is mounted in the wall as a whole with a frame. Hinges are milled into the door itself and are therefore invisible when the door is closed. is. A magnetic lock provides the door with an invisible lock that is also mounted in the door itself.
Adooré’s SignALUre line consists of a series of block doors finished with an aluminum frame that has a width of 45mm and a door gap of 3mm. The wall thickness is also finished in an aluminum profile.
For the door leaf, you choose between a veneer oak or aluminum look finish. In terms of color, there are many options for the wooden door leaf. This gives the opportunity to choose between the sleek traceless matte black or a contrasting color if you want to go a little crazy. With veneer oak, for example, you can match the door to your cabinets or kitchen.
Are you interested? Be sure to check out Adooré’s page with all the details. Or make an appointment right away to see the SignALUre doors in our showroom!
The hinges are integrated into the door itself and thus do not stand out.
These days, simplicity is a hot topic. More and more people are choosing interiors with fewer details and more emphasis on a minimalist whole. Practicality is also central to these interior types. A block door meets all of these requirements.
This door type is especially suitable for new construction. When renovating, you can have a block door installed if the day edges are redone (the doorway would have to be re-plastered). So be sure to stop by early so you can give your sticker the right information.
We make our block doors to order. This gives you the most freedom to decide which block door suits you perfectly. Choose the right size, the most attractive shape and the color that will “complete” your interior.
For block doors, wood is still the most popular material. We provide many choices for wooden block doors in terms of finishes. For example, do you opt for a painted, lacquered or even a veneered door?
It is possible to have block doors made that reach your ceiling. These ceiling-high doors visually enlarge the space.
Not sure which finish and color best suits your interior? Feel free to call on our expertise to make the right choice.
Many people confuse the term block door with an invisible door. An invisible door: you place the door and frame flush with the wall. This way you create one big wall. After this, finish the door and wall in the same color to give the door the look of the wall.
Installing a block door is precision work because it is quickly noticed when the door is not flush with the wall. So it is definitely a wise choice to have this done by professionals with years of experience.
The price of a block door depends on the finish and material chosen. By finishing, we mean lacquering the door. Drop by our showroom for a personalized custom quote.
Custom interior doors are Peeters Interieur’s specialty. With our self-developed Adooré range, we are among the absolute trendsetters for modern doors in Belgium. For all kinds of custom doors, you’ve come to the right place.
Thanks to our in-house paint shop and with our years of experience, we finish every door to your liking. Every interior door is manufactured in our own workshop after a personal measurement. Professional installation and finishing is done by our in-house craftsmen.
Feel free to visit our showroom in Meerhout to get some inspiration and tailored advice.