Visualize the Impact that TruStile Doors Can Have on Your Home

All too often, the hollow core, six-panel door is the default choice even in custom homes that include an otherwise impressive selection of amenities and upgrades. Doors have been overly value engineered, diminishing their structural and design integrity. However, the visual impact of high-quality, architectural doors is dramatic. Take a glimpse at the striking difference a well-designed door makes in the look and feel of a room.

Typical flush door TM13000 in cherry with kerf cut reveal

Replacing typical flush doors with a pair of TM13000 doors in cherry adds a dramatic focal point to this mid century living room.

Once upon a time, doors held a significant place in architectural design. Doors embodied the unique philosophies and conventions of the architectural periods in which they were built and were considered influential indicators of style and stature. TruStile values these architectural traditions, so we build premium paint-grade MDF and stain-grade wood doors that help differentiate modern-day homes and projects.

Typical hollow core door TS220 with cirque resin

Typical hollow core door replaced with TS2200 with resin panel

Generic molded 6-panel door TS3060 in solid MDF

Generic 6-panel door replaced with TS3060 in MDF

Generic molded 6-panel door PL220 in knotty alder with seedy wash glass

Generic 6-panel door replaced with PL220 in knotty alder with seedy wash glass