Add a splash of European elegance to the interior of your home with our range of white French doors. White internal French doors make it easy to let more natural light filter through your home and help create a flowing, airy space whilst still giving you the option to close a room off if required.
An internal door, like a white french door, is an important purchase for your home. Not only does it add those finishing style touches, it needs to be functional and durable. We want all of our customers to buy with confidence which is why we offer a standard guarantee of 10 years on doors and 5 years on glass units.
Don’t wait for your new white French doors! We offer delivery in just 3-7 working days across mainland UK for in-stock items.
If you like the look of our white French doors but you need to be more space-conscious, why not check out our range of internal bifold doors? Or, if you’d like the best of both styles check out our range of internal French folding doors.
Questions about White French Doors
There can be a concern that because of their large glass panes, glazed internal double doors aren’t as safe as other types of doors, especially if you have young children and pets. All of our French doors are made with specially toughened glass meaning they can’t easily be broken, and if they are, the glass will break into blunt chunks rather than sharp shards.
Another benefit of using toughened glass in a solid core door is it offers superior thermal performance. This means our internal white French doors can keep a room nice and cosy during the winter months as well as keep it cool in the summer. Not only are they great for thermal insulation, but they’re pretty good at blocking out noise too!
Latest News & Advice about White French Doors
Considering French doors for your home? Here you will find plenty of ideas, advice and what to look out for in our expert guide.
Need help and advice on how to measure for internal French doors? This expert guide from Climadoor tells you everything you need to know.
Looking to upgrade the doors in your home and not sure which type to choose? Our guide looks at the differences between internal French doors, sliding doors and bifold doors.
If you've just bought new interior French doors, you will need to know how to fit them. Climadoor have put together this handy guide with everything you need to know.
Ensure the doors inside your home are safe with our childproofing guide. We have a wide range of tips and tricks to ensure no trapped fingers.
Keep your interior French doors in top condition and follow our cleaning and maintenance tips. From how to fix a squeaky door to advice on cleaning frosted glass, our detailed guide will prove useful.
An expert guide from door specialists, Climadoor, on how to paint your internal French folding doors. Find tips on sanding, priming and painting your doors as well as avoiding stains on carpets, walls and glass panels in the door.
All doors have in common similar problems - squeaky hinges, doors swinging closed too fast, soundproofing issues - we have put together a detailed guide however explaining what you can do to fix these issues.
A detailed guide explaining how to install internal french folding doors in your home, from door specialists Climadoor.
A comprehensive step by step guide on how to install/fit your external French doors from expert door manufacturers, Climadoor.
Looking to replace the doors within your home. We have a thorough guide that discusses the different designs, sizes and finishes.
A comprehensive guide with useful tips on how to fit your internal doors. Including information on how to adjust the door's size to fit your frame.
Keen to pain your internal French doors but not quite sure how to go about it? Our handy guide will help
Reasons to shop
Specialist suppliers of high quality, internal and external folding and french doors. Buy direct for the best price.
Delivery to most mainland UK postcodes within 3-7 working days. Free delivery on orders over £750.
All of our doors and hardware are guaranteed for ten years against the occurrence of manufacturing faults.