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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Door Thresholds

Whether you have smooth floors in your home or it’s carpeted throughout, you’ll benefit from the right door thresholds. It may not be the most visible or well-known aspect of interior design, but knowing your stuff about door thresholds can pay dividends – so let’s find out more.

What is a door threshold?

Okay, first things first: what exactly is a door threshold? Well, depending on how your flooring is covered, you’re bound to have areas where two different floor coverings meet at a doorway. Even when the covering is the same, this meeting point can still be somewhat unsightly. What a door threshold does is cover the point at which floor coverings meet, replacing any ragged edges with attractively finished materials with a premium look. Door thresholds come in a wide range of varieties, and can be used to join almost any two floor coverings you can imagine.

What are door thresholds used for?

The primary role of a door threshold is to connect two floor coverings between rooms, whether they be the same or different. Door thresholds can be used to connect carpet with carpet, smooth wooden floors with vinyl floors, or any other combo you can imagine. The main aim is to neaten the transition between rooms and eliminate any unsightly edges to carpeting or hard flooring. Even better, because door thresholds are available in so many different materials and designs, they can actually be something of a focal point in and of themselves.

The varied world of door thresholds

You’ve probably seen a few door thresholds before, but did you know how much variety they offer? Far from being simple strips of metal, door thresholds are available in a range of designs and finishes. For example, here at Stair Rods Direct, we offer everything from hard floor to hard floor thresholds to stair nosing door thresholds – and everything in between. In terms of the materials used, thresholds are usually made from hard-wearing metal, but can also be found in wood too for a more natural look. One great tip we can offer is to match up your door thresholds with your stair rods. This will bring a subtle theme to the metallic additions of your home décor.

Want to know more about door thresholds? You can explore our full range of door thresholds online right now. Or, if you have questions about what’s right for you, call the Stair Rods Direct team today on 0845 838 8638.

www.stair-rodsdirect.co.uk/door-bars

 

 

 

 

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