Foiled doors are easier and less expensive to make. That is the reason for their lower price, which does not necessarily equate lower quality
For whom and where?
Foiled doors are frequently recommended as the doors for your first apartment or a property to let. Why? Because of the price. Foiled interior doors are less expensive than modular doors. Due to the way they are made, the number of available variants is limited, but many of them are examples of a timeless design, and they will serve you for many years to come both in terms of appearance and quality.
Are they worth it?
Foiled doors are made using stiles from MDF or glue boards, making them lighter than modular doors and, potentially, slightly less durable. However, this should be completely irrelevant as long as they are used normally. Also, anyone who enjoys revamping their interior every now and then might favour foiled interior doors because – if they pay less for the doors, they will have less regret if they decide to change them as part of another transformation of their home.
Something to everyone’s taste
The INVADO range has approximately several dozen collections of foiled doors. The frame of each door can contain several different models – solid doors or doors with partial or extensive glazing. This way, you can customise your door to match a specific interior, maintaining a consistent style throughout your home. Also, the individual collections are available in several types and with several dozen colours of veneer and various designs (from the classic look through modern, minimalist and Scandinavian designs to more rustic versions), presenting you with virtually limitless options to choose from to match your personal taste and the look of your dream space.