Door leaf with transverse drawing

Veneers and decorative layers are mostly vertical grain pattern. About that, that it can also be different, the above photo of the door leaf shows. A middle layer is placed inside the veneered vertical border, covered with transverse stripes of fine veneer. It looks not only exclusive – as in the case of the light oak veneer shown here – but it does, that the narrow door seems wider than it really is. An additional advantage of the noble cladding is the lively play of lights and shades.
Who doesn't like wood or even glass, may still opt for stainless steel. Actually: a door leaf made of this material is certainly unusual. The smooth surface is decorated with various embossing, patterns and ornaments, to avoid feeling uniform, massive surface. The color of the door frame is most often contrasting with the door leaf.

Looking closely at the cross-section of the new door frame, you can clearly see the oval shape of the cut egg. It was this shape that was at the heart of the new design line. Another important detail: the edge of the door leaf and the edge of the frame are at the same height. The usual tab is simply unnecessary here. Nevertheless, the door naturally has a rebate, although it has been gently disguised. The question of the door lock and the handle were also solved in a sophisticated way, which are a separate design element. Additional accents can be obtained by changing the material (stone or wood), the color or shape of the surface of the door leaf. Of course, different fillings for the door leaf are also possible.