Internal doors – interior doors
Fine internal and front doors are the pinnacle of Dubinski Artistic Joinery Studio’s style and workmanship.
What makes our products stand out? It is the precision of workmanship and technologies we apply in the production of our timber doors.
First, it is the QUALITY. Dubiński Joinery Studio selects exclusively high-quality timber. To produce interior doors we pick solely the material that has no knots or defects. Each batch of timber needs to have a certificate of origin.
Secondly: the GLULAM. Glulam is our half-product that consists of specially glued timber. We manufacture glulam so that is assures the sturdiness of internal doors. We guarantee that the glulam we produce will keep your internal doors stable and durable for years.
Thirdly, it is the MATERIAL. We believe that oak is a marvellous timber for manufacturing exquisite internal door. While the oak is almost a must for front doors, interior doors allow wider choice of material. Should you desire your interior to have a more traditional touch, you may want to use a wood that brings out the wood grain lines in your internal doors. If you feel inclined towards more modern designs, we recommend a wood that favours the use of smooth and opaque paints.
The fourth element is CONSTRUCTION. At Dubinski Joinery Studio we divide our solid wood doors according to structural criteria. One-panel internal doors, built with the use of standard technologies, suit most of the houses. However, for internal doors for palaces, mansions, and large houses, we use the PRESTIGE construction method, perfect for large interior doors. In the PRESTIGE line, each leaf of the double-panelled solid doors, separated with an air gap, offers ideal sound proofing. In both lines, we strive to maintain the highest quality of craftsmanship to guarantee unspoiled usage that lasts for years.
Last but not least: STYLE. Our clients can choose from virtually unlimited variety of options. We offer traditional designs, modern designs, hand-carved elements, smooth surfaces, brushed surfaces, and so forth – the limits of our clients’ imagination are our only boundary. At our Studio we transform whimsicalities into reality.
2. Residential doors on request. Made of alder wood, decorated with hand-made sculpture with a floral motif, covered with wiped off gold paint. The beauty of these doors is complemented with fittings and door handles covered with 24 carat gold.
3. Door handles are an ideal complement to the exclusive internal doors in the residence style. It is obvious that the gold-painted doors should have a gold-coated handles.
4. Close-up of a floral element of carved wooden doors. Three-dimensional effect achieved by painting with gold paint and rubbing.
5. Internal custom-made doors in residence style. Finished with Tiffany stained glass. Each glass was processed manually. The result is a superior elegance of internal doors.
6. Hall of the house wrapped in a classic internal mahogany doors. The space remains bright despite the lack of direct light thanks to glazed windows.
7. Close-up of internal doors details.
8. Classic internal oak doors. White doors are very popular these days. Deep brushing highlights the structure of wood and the rustic handle finishing completes the whole.
9. Classic internal doors. Double alder doors. As far as internal doors are concerned, alder is the base material because of its desired surface smoothness. Panes bevelled both sides serve as a decoration highlighting the splendour of these doors. Rays of light diffuse thanks to phasing, resulting in interesting colour effects inside the house.
10. Large panels in custom-made wooden doors. Regardless of whether the door leaf is solid or glazed, they fit both each other and the interior.
11. Cut-in shots of classic wooden double-leaf doors.
12. Internal double doors to a dressing room. Thanks to delicate muntins we have obtained the effect of lightness.
13. White doors are a classic, always and forever. For those of you who want to let light in through the windows and to keep your intimacy at the same time, frosted windows are a perfect solution. You can see a single door with an extra flap here. Panes are both bevelled both sides and smoked inside.
14. Internal one-wing and double residential doors. The simplicity of these doors is expressed in detail. The use of high baseboards is an interesting finish of internal doors; it also adds them splendour. Hand carved heater cover is the most decorative element in this space.
15. The interior of the residential living room in muted colours.
16. Mansion hall from a broader perspective. Single wooden doors with muntins, finished with bevelled windows with side wings, invite you to enter, at the same time illuminate the corridor, creating an illusion of a bigger space inside.
17. White internal premium quality doors. Wood - alder. Highly decorative single door, with two side winglets, glazed with bevelled Optiwhite glass, the inner part matted.
18. The exclusive wall panels should go harmoniously with inner doors. Joinery made by one manufacturer ensures consistency of style.
21. Exclusive palace internal doors. Made of oak, hued mahogany. Doors of an extremely massive composition thanks to its coffered frames, as well as portals; decorative, hand-carved. Lightness of these doors is acquired by an arcuate shape and door leaf muntins finished with bevelled glass.
22. Close-up of the glass between muntins emphasizes the dancing reflexes of light.
23. Exclusive internal oak doors. The structure of the wood enriches the doors, woodgrain gives them a unique character.
24. A decorative, hand-carved ornament of an internal oak doors.
25. Stylish classic internal doors. The entire corridor has been equipped with the same doors with bevelled glass in the original frame of muntins. The reflected lamp light dances beautifully on the walls.
26. Renovation of the Palace of the Archbishop in Lviv. This is one of our richest implementations in terms of attractiveness of carved finishings.
27. Close-up of hand-carved portal of exclusive palace internal doors. The combination of white doors and red walls of the ballroom of the Palace of the Archbishop in Lviv.
28. Palace internal doors. The crown of the exclusive doors constitutes their uniqueness and individual beauty. Thanks to the crown these internal doors become more impressive and therefore ideally fit large spaces.
29. Lift band decorative element. The combination of absolute classics and refined interior of the palace with modern technological solutions.
30. The massive oak doors at the Malbork Railway Station. The doors have been revitalised.
31. The ballroom of the Palace of the Archbishop in Lviv. Amidst such thick walls not only doors should be impressive, but also crowns and frames. Their coffers were made in the same manner as the surface of the door leaf.
32. Close-up of the decorative element of internal doors to the ballroom.
33. Close-up of a sculpture.
34. Close-up of a sculpture.
35. Sculptures coming from Dubiński Joinery Studio.
36. One of our modern implementations. Double-leaf internal sliding doors. On the one hand, they close the bedroom area, on the other, when the doors are open, two spaces merge into one, creating the effect of increased space.
37. Internal oak doors, made for residence basement. Pegging the places where nails were driven is noteworthy - it gives the raw look to these unusual internal doors.
39. Modern traditional internal doors. One of our few veneered implementations.