InnerMost offers over 30 door styles in a wide range of materials and finishes. Choose from wood, premium veneer, thermofoil or acrylic options. From color to grain pattern or ease-of-cleaning, each material and species features unique characteristics, and your choice can have a dramatic effect on the overall mood of your room.
The beauty of natural wood lies in its subtle variations and unique qualities.
- Smooth, flowing grain patterns.
- Known for rich tones that darken
or mellow with age.
- Color varies from light pinks to
- Uniform, straight-grain patterns.
- Showcases pin knots, open and closed knots and mineral streaks.
- Light brown in color.
- Smooth texture with tight, uniform grain patterns.
- Undergoes a natural aging process; resins in the wood turn to amber over time.
- Creamy white color with variations from bright white to light pink or reddish brown.
- Patterns vary from vertical and close-knit to open and arched.
- Natural variations in the wood include mineral streaks and pin knots.
- Colors range from lighter tans and pinks to medium dark reds and browns.
- Cut at a 90° angle to create a close-knit, vertical grain pattern and textural flake detail.
- A strong, dense wood that resists shocks.
- Colors range from light tans and pinks to medium dark reds and browns.
- Bold, prominent grain patterns are characteristic of hickory.
- Additional features include burls, pin knots, mineral streaks and small sound knots.
- Color can vary dramatically within a single piece of wood; from almost white to a deep, dark brown.
Thermofoil and Specialty
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- A low-maintenance alternative to hardwood, thermofoil
styles consist of durable vinyl overlays thermally sealed
to natural wood fiberboard. The result is a surface that
is stain and scratch-resistant and very easy to clean.
- Created by applying a substantial layer of clear gloss
to a solid-color base, acrylics achieve a rich high-gloss
finish. Beautiful and durable, careful buffing and
polishing removes minor scratches.
- Featuring advanced European technology, textured
melamine is a material that emulates the tones
and character found in naturally timeworn woods.
Available in four colors; each having its own unique
grain pattern and dimensional texture.