TruStile Door Options

It's all in the details

We understand that great architecture and design is really a matter of details. In fact, at TruStile, we are all about the details. That's why we provide you with countless options to tailor fit the doors for every opening in your project.

Materials

Material options to meet all your door requirements

Whether you plan on painting or staining your door, TruStile has the material option to fit your project and personal style. With premium MDF, 14 stain-grade wood species, and 40 glass and resin options, TruStile is your one-stop provider of premium doors for every application. Rest assured, no matter which material you choose, you're getting a door built with authentic stile and rail construction. What's even better, you can exactly match door styles and profiles across materials. That gives you the flexibility to get creative with a combination of painted and stained doors while maintaining total design consistency.

Profiles

Sticking and panel options to make any door high-profile

A door profile refers to the joint where the sticking and panel come together. Think of profiles as the icing on the cake. You can achieve distinct looks by selecting different sticking and panel styles. With 66 combinations of sticking and panel styles to choose from, we are confident you'll find the perfect profile for your project. If not, we will be happy to partner with your dealer to create a custom solution. 

Arch and Radius Tops

Soften the look of a conventional square-top door by adding an arch or radius to the top. Arch- and radius-top doors create architectural interest and can be used effectively across different architectural styles -- from Tuscan to Colonial. All of our arch and radius panel and glass doors are available with an arch or radius top. What's the difference between the two styles? Arch-top doors are slightly arched, while radius-top doors are rounded even more.

Common Arch Pair

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TruStile's common arch pair option is just another way we help you get the most out of any room design. Rather than placing two matching doors side-by-side, the common arch pair allows you to maintain design consistency while adding architectural interest across both doors. Rather than placing two matching doors side by side, common arch pairs carry details across both doors, such as curved panels and rails. The end result? The doors actually look like they were made for the opening. Common arch pairs are also available with arch and radius tops. 

Mirror Doors

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TruStile mirror doors marry beauty with function, adding a new dimension to any room. Our mirror doors are a perfect space-saving solution for bathrooms, closets, dressing rooms and other applications when you need a full-length mirror on one side of your door. Maintain design consistency by utilizing one of our 350+ standard panel door styles on one side of the door and a built-in, full-length mirror on the other. Of course, you can always double the depth with full-length mirrors on both sides of the door.

Pocket and Bypass Doors

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Wondering what pocket and bypass doors are? Bypass doors slide one behind the other and are often used for closets. Pocket doors slide into the adjacent wall and are used to save space in smaller rooms or to achieve a sleek look. Our MDF bypass and pocket doors are constructed with our TopWedge® hardwood edge system to ensure the screw holding ability of hardware that is installed into the tops of these doors. These doors are available in any door style and material option, so you can achieve design consistency with the other doors in your project.

Architecturally Correct Pocket Door Construction

With TruStile you never have to compromise design for functionality. Did you know that TruStile offers a "pocket stile" and "pocket top rail" option for pocket door applications? The pocket stile option provides one stile that is 1" wider than the other. This allows 1" of the door to remain in the pocket when the door is fully closed, creating the appearance of equal width stiles.The pocket top rail option adds 1" to the top rail allowing 1" of the door height to remain above the finished opening height. This provides the benefit of completely concealing all the track hardware while maintaining the same visible top rail height as other TruStile doors.

Bi-Fold Door Options

Bi-fold door

 Even your closet doors can reflect your personal style. Most of our panel door styles are available in two- and four-panel configurations, allowing you to maintain design consistency with your other doors. All bi-fold doors come pre-fit with hardware.

Clipped Corner

Clipped Corner

Designed to fit under a stairwell, TruStile's clipped corner doors are available in any size and any panel style, allowing you to maintain design consistency with the other doors in your home. Built to exact specifications for your opening, clipped corner doors are handy for historic restorations.

Dutch Doors

Dutch door

Custom Dutch door in mahogany

Dutch doors are divided horizontally into two components, allowing you to open the bottom and top portions of the door independently of each other. Originally fashioned to promote ventilation while keep animals out of the farmhouse, Dutch doors remain a quaint way to improve the functionality of any space. TruStile can modify virtually any of our panel or glass door configurations to create a Dutch door.

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