The streamlined, boxy shapes are a wonderful reflection of this period, furniture during this time was often constructed of satinwood, lacquered wood or depression glass.
Our standard range of interior double doors are mainly available in the 1981x1168x40mm and some are also available in a range of sizes including, 1981x1220x40mm, 1981x1372x40mm and 1981x1524x40mm overall sizes including where they are machine rebated at the point where they meet in the middle.
When considering double doors you do not have to be restricted to the sizes shown above, it is entirely practical to get any two standard sizes of doors and place them together to form a pair, in doing this you then have the choice of (explained in next para) adding a rebate, machining a rebate or just allowing the doors to meet in the middle with a minimum amount of space.
This is when two doors the two doors overlap where the meeting rails of the doors join when closed, machining a rebate is when half the "thickness" of the door is chanelled out (for want of a better description) to allow the doors to interlock by 12mm, you can also choose to add the rebate if you have the correct space within your frame where the doors will be fitted, lastly you can get a "pairmaker" from our Joinery section within this site and add this to the doors where they will meet in the middle, the interior pairmaker adds 10mm to the width of the doors and 15mm for the external door pairs.
Machining a rebate reduces the overall width of the door by 12mm but adding a rebate adds 12mm to the overall width of two doors whereas the pairmaker component will add 10mm 0r 15mm for external door pairs.