A flush door is a type of interior or exterior door that has a completely flat surface on both sides, without any panels or raised moldings. The door is typically constructed with a solid or semi-solid core, such as particleboard or medium-density fiberboard (MDF), which is then covered with a thin veneer of wood, laminate, or another material.
Flush doors are known for their simple, modern look and are often used in contemporary or minimalist design schemes. They are also popular for their affordability and durability, as they are less expensive to produce than traditional panel doors and are less prone to warping or cracking.
Flush doors come in a variety of sizes and styles, including single or double doors, sliding doors, and pocket doors. They can also be customized with different finishes, colors, and hardware to suit a range of design preferences.
One potential disadvantage of flush doors is that they may not provide as much soundproofing or insulation as thicker, more substantial doors. However, this can be mitigated by choosing a door with a solid or semi-solid core, which will provide better sound attenuation and insulation than a hollow-core door.