Wooden Door Design is an essential feature of every Indian home. It comes in a wide range of colours and shapes that can also be customised. Wall-height doors are a trend in most modern homes, which create a welcoming aura to the home. At the same time, experimenting with the position of the door is an aspect that is not given much attention during the design process. Apart from the quality and type of wood, the door handle also adds character to the wooden door design. Thus, let’s take a look at 50 Wooden Door Design Ideas that can add a touch of authenticity to any home, whether indoors or outdoors.
Minimal design elements like – fluted wooden panels, subtle wall art, artistic wall paper, arches, wooden window panels, fluted glass.
Designed by: Studio MAT
Location: Oshiwara, Mumbai, India
Principal Architect: Pratha Bhagat & Harsh Soneji
Photograph Courtesy: Kshan Collective
The main challenge of the project was to get everyone on the same page and get them to make design decisions. While one liked bold colours and modern designs, the other was more inclined towards calm and soothing palette and traditional Indian furniture and decor. It was a challenge to strike a balance between both.
Designed by: PRANA DESIGN STUDIO
Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Priyanka Agarwal
Photograph Courtesy: Umang Shah
Courtyard Luxuria is a residential site in the form of a sample house located in Vadodara. It appears to have a unique consideration for its stance compared to its surrounding. The exterior is an impressive execution of Spanish themed design, with the corbelling, semi sloping roof and sconces. There is a structured language that is followed in the elevation which is then mirrored forward. The proportions are presented well, in a way that suggests the maturity and sincerity of the design. Plus, the interiors are soaked in calmness with an occasional insert of art and craft. The foyer graces in the presence of a studded corner where colors and patterns collide on the beautiful wallpaper behind on the wall. A customized console table greets you upon entering.
Designed by: Design Studio Associates
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Ar. Ruchir Sheth
Photograph Courtesy: Darshan Dave
It is a 12 cent plot with the main door facing the North East. The home has a built up of around 4,000/-Sq.ft and there is a bit of landscaping on one stretch of the plot with a mango tree almost at the centre of the plot that has stretched its branches across both sets of car porches. The inspiration for this project stemmed from having a space that would reflect our heritage, restore our memories, a place that could blend the old and the new. A bungalow rich in traditional design style yet accommodating a contemporary lifestyle. We begun with strengthening the walls by introducing steel sections between walls.
Designed by: Hiraya Design Studio
Location: Mangalore, Karnataka
Principal Architect: Apeksha Naik
Photograph Courtesy: Noaidwin Sttudio
Designers frequently opt for curvilinear designs to convey a sense of fluidity inspired by elements in nature. Like the ocean or forest, as a part of designer’s architectural inspiration. Our lead designer, Jinesh Takodia, also embraced this design theory. The project, photographed by Nitish Lekhadia of Studio 2:3, aimed to craft a space that combines curvilinear and rectilinear elements.
Designed by: Obaku Design
Principal Architect: Jignesh Takodia
Photograph Courtesy: Nitish Lekhadia & Studio 2:3
It reminds you of the origins of the vibe of ‘Old-School-Bangalore’ – Beer, rock music, greenery and a very social crowd would be the apt definition for it. Every element in this space has been hand curated to remind one of how beautiful and timeless our city was, is, and will forever be.
Designed by: Maze Concept Design Studio
Location: Bangalore, Karnataka
Principal Architect: Koushik B R & Priyanka Mc
Photograph Courtesy: Arjun Krishna
The interior design approach was based on the concept of minimalism. A bit of color splash throughpaintings, curtains and also the tapestry adds life to the neutral flooring and wall ambience. A quirkybreakfast table enhances the visuals of the overall lower floor connecting the kitchen dining and livingroom. Every door detail has a play of level completing the visual aesthetics and merging language of thedesign concept. From light fixtures to bed details have been intrigue designed as per the nature andrequirement of the client.
Designed by: The Design Story
Principal Architect: Ar. Dishin Shah & Ar. Kruti Shah
Photograph Courtesy: frames.n.spaces
Stepping inside this modern masterpiece, you are welcomed by an open-concept living space bathed in natural light. Large, strategically placed windows frame picturesque views of the surrounding landscape, and minimalist furnishings accentuate the sense of spaciousness.
Designed by: MDC Architects (Mandala Design Consortia)
Location: Ataladra, Vadodara
Principal Architect: Ar. Mihir Ashara
Photograph Courtesy: Mr.Tejash Shah
One enters through arrival court into a vestibule which is fused with passage to lead to other spaces. On the left of vestibule is the pooja space that open into the east garden, while adjoining this space is the drawing area and living area.
Designed by: Modo Designs
Location: Rancharda, Ahmedabad
Principal Architect: Arpan Shah
Photograph Courtesy: PHX India
At J Design Studio, led by Jagdish Patel & his talented team, our connections with our clients, understanding their desires, discerning their preferences, and conscientiously considering their fiscal parameters.
Designed by: J Design Studio
Principal Architect: Jagdish Patel
Photograph Courtesy: Viraj Patel & Harsh Limbachya
The ground floor houses a home office, accessible through an enticing entrance and foyer. The handgrip of the main door gives an elemental hint of what’s coming ahead while the MDF artwork on the wall is a symbolic piece in itself. A formal appearance in the setting, the home office manifests a peaceful environment. The workspace overlooks the garden from its south face sliding open to a wave of natural light jetting in along with a water feature taking over to soothe the senses.
Designed by: Foresight Associates
Location: Bill, Vadodara
Principal Architect: Shivali Agrawal, Kunal Patel & Azaz Saleh
Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah
With an expansive carpet area of 1900 square feet, this contemporary apartment boasts an impeccable design palette characterized by minimalistic interiors, culminating in a seamless blend of modern aesthetics. Upon crossing the threshold, one is greeted by an exquisitely crafted mandir adorned with veneer and a refined BPG finish, introducing an element of grace and sophistication. The journey continues into the living room, where a sense of serenity envelops visitors. Here, a Shrinath Ji figurine is elegantly juxtaposed against a pristine white wall detailed with vertical grooves, creating an atmosphere of tranquility and reverence.
Designed by: ADS Architects
Location: Atladara, Vadodra
Principal Architect: Ar. Vikrant Timbadiya
Photograph Courtesy: Rohan Patel
The firm was approached by the client Mr. Chordia for modern and rich interiors, who purchased 4 flats on tenth floor in the apartment Roop Madhuban, located in Shobhagpura, Udaipur. His idea was to have flat like safe residence. Out of which, 3 flats were designed for immediate use accounting to appx. 6000 sq.ft, with 6 bedrooms, living, dining, by their family, including his parents, wife and a toddler daughter and one flat was kept for future intervention, for his brother, who resides in Mumbai. The concept for this Udaipur home has rich interiors in neutral colours embraces elegance and sophistication. Hence the spaces had to be reworked and customized to match with required design. Being a pioneer in Italian marble industry, the client was inclined to have his business material explored sensibly.
Designed by: Design Inc.
Location: Udaipur, Rajasthan
Principal Architect: Ar Sandeep Jain & Ar Anup Murdia
Photograph Courtesy: Pratikruti09
A house with aligned space management makes it appear larger and neater. The floor planning of this wonderful apartment is done by retaining the privacy of the guest room, while placing the family rooms together. The living room, dining area and kitchen are in close proximity, yet not in an interfering way, thus, making the space look well-planned and executed. This home takes inspiration from contemporary aesthetics and a cool colour palette to achieve a timeless yet modern look.
Designed by: Meraki Design Studio
Principal Architect: Aaneri Shanghvi & Rajvi Banka
The penthouse, located on the 11th floor, is accessed through a huge wooden relief door with a layer of grill door in similar flower petal cut out thus detaching the home, a sanctum of tranquility, from the hustle bustle of the city.
Designed by: The Building Factory Collaborative
Principal Architect: Ar. Rachit Srivastava, Ar. Mruga Srivastava & Ar. Ibrahim Lanewala
Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi
A young couple, after a splendid 12-year sojourn in the bustling metropolis of London, returned to their roots in India, yearning to create a haven in Pune. They were on a hunt for a haven that exuded privacy, and the verdant beauty reminiscent of their London home. They were fortunate to find the perfect cozy nook in Koregaon Park to spend their lifetime together.
Designed by: Idealize Design
Location: Koregaon Park, Pune
Principal Architect: Ar. Rucha Ghule
Photograph Courtesy: Vivekajeet Purohit
‘Hygge’ embodies the essence of creating a warm atmosphere and cherishing the simple joys of life. In this context, we designed a neat and minimalistic 4bhk home design , adhering a cosy and comfortable ambiance. To achieve this, we carefully selected materials like limo-coat, wood, and natural stones, infusing each space with a sense of warmth. for a family in Ahmedabad to their request for a simple, while also incorporating.
Designed by: Woodpeckers Studio
Principal Architect: Ar. Vatsal Patel & Ar. Aishwarya Patel
Photograph Courtesy: Rockbrand Inc
Designed for three generations, timeless timber elements coalesce with modern elements and furnishings connects and transforms the residence into a warm household. The ground floor is given over to generous communal spaces. On the upper floor of the home are the family’s bedrooms and the outdoor terraces.
Designed by: ZZARNA SSTUDIO
Location: Kalali, Vadodara
Principal Architect: Himanshi Patel & Dipen V Patel
Photograph Courtesy: Sagar Bhavsar
The elevation was inspired by the contemporary South East Asian architecture with clean straight lines and muted colour tones. The building has a concrete finish which is relieved by the wood finish pvc clad underside for the large balcony overhangs. The Entry to the house was taken on the eastern side via a foyer flanked with a foot spa.
Designed by: Design Matters
Location: Sarjapur Road, Bangalore
Principal Architect: Ar. Kiran Hanumaiah
Photograph Courtesy: Ajay Devasia
Lot of architectural changes were done to the space to make it more functional and beautiful. Servant room was broken down and equally divided between foyer and kitchen. Foyer has a full length 10 ft wide storage cladded with rose gold tinted mirror to create illusion of more space and light.
Designed by: Bonita Casa
Location: Gurugram, India
Principal Architect: Manvinder Sodhi
Photograph Courtesy: PerspectivesbyV
As you enter the home, you are greeted by a warm and welcoming entrance area. The walls are adorned with wooden panelling that creates a cosy and rustic atmosphere. The panelling also features boxes of wood that hold various plants, adding a touch of greenery and freshness to the space. On the wall, you can see a customized name plate made of brass and acrylic that displays the family name in elegant letters. The name plate glows softly in the light, creating a welcoming effect. The safety door is made of wood and has a grill design made of brass that adds security and style to the entrance.
Designed by: Neev Design Studio
Location: Ahmedabad, India
Principal Architect: Jayesh Mistry & Jahnavi Mistry
Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio
Metal screens are one of the main aspect and feature of the residence that spans the entire stretch of the front façade wrapping the balcony acting as a security feature. Since the bedrooms have been planned with large openings, they also create a visual barrier from the road.
Designed by: House of Design Stories
Location: Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
Principal Architect: Ar. Arul Maniyan & Ar. Anu Krithika
Photograph Courtesy: kausik Srestaluri
The front door of the bungalow is the first taste of luxury that we experience upon entering the house. With gleaming Italian marble, rich wooden finish to the front door and the detailing of stone embellishment on the door handle all profess luxury. The one thing that catches our eye is the open-able louvers that add to the aesthetic and functionality of the design.
Designed by: Spaxis Design
Principal Architect: Sanjana Kantawala & Helly Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Pixellus Photography
The 25 feet wide plot face south-north direction, no east face open pockets for the sunlight but still the interior spaces are very warm and windy in day time. On the plot of 1876 Sq.ft in a prime residential area, client wanted to build their dream house keeping in mind the privacy from the surrounding at the same time wanted to associate with the natural environment as much as possible with large openings. This home is an ode to artistic and architectural elements.
Designed by: Karya Design Studio
Location: Kim, Surat, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Dhruv Mehta
Photograph Courtesy: MK Gandhi Studio
In addition to its practical benefits, exposed brickwork also offers aesthetic advantages. The natural, earthy tones of brick can add warmth and texture to a space, creating a cozy and inviting atmosphere. The rough texture and irregular shapes of the bricks can also add visual interest and contrast to a room, making it feel more dynamic and interesting.
Designed by: MDC Architects(Mandala Design Consortia)
Location: Manjalpur, Vadodara
Principal Architect: Ar. Mihir Ashara
The entrance is inviting with an attractive veneer door complemented with brass & The vestibule lies post a double shutter brass gold beaded front door. With its soothing colours and textures, it emits a tranquillizing aura aided by a statue, further backed by a statement installation. Dramatic entry wall in the villa with a lion sculpture and brass gold beaded front door with ceiling transcribes into it.
Designed by: Tvashta Architects & Interiors
Principal Architect: Ar. Kandarp Shah & Niteesha Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Umang Shah & Ridham Gajjar
The entrance is divided into parking and a semi-partial garden through flooring patterns. The flooring arrangement is in a diagonal layout, keeping soft cape to a minimum. The perforated compound wall portrays an equal amount of transparency and security to the residents. ‘
Designed by: Shreesh Design Studio LLP
Location: Jetpur, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Dishit Parsana & Haresh Parsana
Photograph Courtesy: Nilesh Joshi
As you approach the abode, the entrance door is very simple yet subtle yet rich looking, completely made of polished veneer. The grooves carved into the jali and main door design elevate the overall character
Designed by: Innerarch Designs
Location: Gota, Ahmedabad
Principal Architect: Bk Patel
Photograph Courtesy: Zotagraphy
The three floors elevated residence is added with brick cladding and wall textures. Jali, wooden cladding, and paint texture are used as cladding materials, which added accentual elements and created a sleek and modern look to the exterior.
Designed by: Imagine Design Studio
Location: Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Principal Architect: Ar. Ankit Mittal
Photograph Courtesy: Ruuhchitra
We wanted to have Grand and welcoming main door design, which we have tried to achieve by creating symmetrical panelling which can be merged with main door design giving it one single grandeur look too the entrance.
Designed by: K Mewada Architecture. interior. Designer
Location: Shahibaug, Ahmedabad
Principal Architect: Nikunj Mewada
Our client – a young family of four wanted a home with modern living at its core. The house was to undergo a renovation after 20 years so it needed to be more open, modern yet kid-friendly. Since the family was fond of spending time outdoors, in addition to the garden space on the ground floor, an extended terrace space was asked for on the second floor. The residence styled with modern minimalist interior design using neutral colours, wooden surfaces and brass finishes, all of which had formed the palette for design.
Designed by: AR praxis architects
Principal Architect: Ar. Anuradha Ramchandani
Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi
The house’s entry is highlighted by a small foyer with a Italian stone and Brass Shree Krishna statue. Foyer establishes the design language, with a little woody and functional storage & seating.
Location: Ankleshwar, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Dhruv Mehta
The client gave us one clear brief, that their new home should be warm and welcoming for everyone staying as well as any person visiting their space. They wanted a clutter free home that was designed to balance the aesthetic and functional aspects.
Designed by: Nika Design Studio
Location: Bandra East, Mumbai
Principal Architect: Nidhi Mishra & Karan Bahel
Photograph Courtesy: 21 Frames
Our firm had been involved in the project after the structural skeleton was ready so we also got the opportunity to treat the exterior facade. The layout of the house is linear with the narrow side as the front facade. We have treated the facade in neutral shades, highlighting the play of solid masses with exposed brick work. The green plants add color and liveliness to the entrance of the house. The metal main gate has motifs which are reflected inside the house in the parking and staircase areas as well.
Designed by: JIHAN ASSOCIATES
Location: Godhra, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Minesh Shah
Photograph Courtesy: JIHAN ASSOCIATES
The beholder’s journey begins with a dramatic entrance and a glowing welcome to PratiRaj Residence. This is achieved by setting the bold wooden veneer lettering upon a black marble panel in contrast to the ‘black-and-white’ geometric flooring and a tiled white background. A gilded contemporary Lord Ganesha sculpture coupled with the Saxena nameplate above the plants frames the first look for the visuals the guests may expect within the home.
Designed by: IR Design Studio
Location: Kharghar, Navi Mumbai
Principal Architect: Ar. Ishwar Rungta
Photograph Courtesy: StudioAbhishekSawant
The addition of a copper finish CNC jali and carefully placed ceiling lights add a touch of luxury, while the calligraphy name-plate in copper finish provides a visual balance. A seating area and an artificial Ellica plant invite one to pause and connect with nature before entering the main living space.
Designed by: Arcone design studio
Location: Satellite, Ahmedabad
Principal Architect: Vikas Sharma
Photograph Courtesy: pratikruti09
The entrance for a warm inviting and to a neutrals colored home makes a perfect sense with wooden round patti with Indirect lights for a cosy invite.
Designed by: Ganesh Design Studio
Location: Ravi garden, Rajkot
Principal Architect: Bhargav Ladani
Photograph Courtesy: Mitul Nathwani
The entrance to the unit showcases an L-shaped natural wood paneling done in veneer. The main door exhibits grandeur in its natural wood carving. A nameplate bearing the words ‘BHAGYAM’ rests on the teak wood paneling used in the entrance. A vertical artificial lawn adds a touch of green to create a serene atmosphere.
Designed by: AR Associates
Location: GROVER HERITAGE, AURANGABAD
Principal Architect: Arun Shirsath & Ritesh Badjate
The person entering the house will also be greeted with a meditating Buddha on the wall that has been etched over glass and backlit with mellow indirect LEDs. The extended foyer space welcomes you with a beautiful console unit and a fluted glass partition as Mrs. Shah gives utmost priority to the privacy of her children, and the natural daylight. This elegant apartment space designed with ample natural light and ventilation, was also planned in a way that follows the Vastu principles.
Designed by: The Design Frame
Location: Shantinagar, Ahmedabad
Principal Architect: Vandita Nainani
This 2000 sq.ft 3bhk apartment designed for a nuclear family in Indore, where the entrance is kept simple having a footwear storage and space for welcoming plants. It has 2 doors for the entry, one main entrance for the family and guests and another one as the service entrance, which has been given a seamless look in paint so that only the main entrance is highlighted.
Designed by: Struc-terior
Location: Indore M.P
Principal Architect: Kajal Keswani & Gopal Keswani
Photograph Courtesy: Deepak Patel
Our client, Mr. Kalpesh bhai Patel, was looking for an elegant and sleek design for their newly purchased 3bhk apartment in Saamarth Heaven 5, Gandhinagar, Gujarat. The total carpet area of the project was 1100 ft.² being an NRI with family members of 5 including 2 sons & a grandmother. Our firm, ‘jdesignstudio’ tried to give a Modern Contemporary Design touch to this 3bhk home.
Principal Architect: JAGDISH PATEL
Photograph Courtesy: VIRAJ PATEL
Basically flat was 4B2HK, but client wanted a separate Indian seating due to which we converted the house in to 3B3HK. Planning wise the entire area was divided in to 6 parts, like the living area, Indian seating area, kitchen area, dining area, bar area and rooms.
Designed by: De’UJA DESIGNS
Principal Architect: Ar. Hemali soni & Er. Dev soni
Photograph Courtesy: Abhishek shah
The project which I am sharing is 1200sq/ft 3 bhk apartment located in Bharuch, Gujarat. In this apartment we tried to create luxury with simplicity & also tried to maintain quality of class throughout the apartment. The Shah’s Apartment exhibits elegance, lavishness and modernist features of the design.
Location: Bharuch, Gujarat, India
The foyer which is designed in a traditional way to catch an eye of an observer. The overall project consisted of 46 apartments of 4BHK sized of 1500 Sq. ft. Carpet area.
Designed by: The RightANGLE Designs
Location: Chandkheda, Ahmedabad
Principal Architect: Sagar Kava
The project is developed on two levels around the beautiful courtyard which becomes a part of the living room, adjoining stairs, and a passage which is creating the drama of light and shadows within the house. The first level consists of a well-lit living space, a kitchen, a double-height Pooja room with OTS, and a Parent’s bedroom. While on the second level consists of a master bedroom and a kid’s bedroom.
Designed by: Infinity Design Studio
Location: Bhuj, Kutch
Principal Architect: Keyur Gor
Photograph Courtesy: Take 2 Productions
A pop of vibrant and contrasting shades were brought into the play that helped in making the space a dynamic and active. Certain captivating artefacts were placed within the house which defined the tastes and characteristics of the dwellers. The client’s fondness and admiration towards creativity was also narrated with wall paintings throughout the space.
Designed by: D&A ARCHITECTS
Location: Vadodara Gujarat
Principal Architect: Ar .Dhrumil Ganda & Ar. Arundhati Bhati
Photograph Courtesy: D&A ARCHITECTS
The house is in the developing suburbs of Ahmedabad, in a gated community. Ahmedabad is predominantly dry throughout the year with harsh summers. The client contacted us to design a family home for 3 couples, with the idea of an open courtyard house that is connected to the nature. The design integrates light, air, and landscape creating a succession of spaces that flow into each other. It is north facing rectangular plot with a design that follows the sun path allowing the natural light and air to free flow. This house is a perfect balance between inner and outer space.
Designed by: VICARA DESIGN STUDIO
Principal Architect: Sankalpa Patel & Jaimish Dhameliya
Upon entering the flat through the beautifully crafted wooden door with intricate geometric wood and brass details, the stunning sea view immediately catches your eye from the wooden foyer, creating a warm and inviting ambiance.
Designed by: Atelier Varun Goyal
Location: Colaba, Mumbai
Principal Architect: Varun Goyal
Photograph Courtesy: Talib Chitalwala
Upon entering the apartment, the foyer gives a wow factor. One is greeted with a subtle entrance, it has aesthetically placed mirrors as wall décor and is incorporated with natural elements such as wood & plants to bring in an organic grounding feel. Special attention is given to visual symphony by creating harmony in elements (i.e. blending colors, textures, shapes, and patterns).
Designed by: HC INTERIOR & ARCHITECTURE
Principal Architect: Hemant Choudhary
Photograph Courtesy: rockbrand.inc
From this list of Wooden Door Design, one can understand that there are several options available on the market. A double-layer wooden door design is an innovative approach that allows both safety and ventilation into the home. while also experimenting with the cutouts. Thus, designing or choosing a wooden door is a combination of aesthetics and functionality. Also, the grains of wood play a huge role in determining the exterior appearance of the wooden door design. Apparently, the line between factory-made and customised doors is blurring over time. The right pre-fab door will suit the overall aesthetics of the door, making a customised door a less looked-upon aspect. Do you think this is a good or a bad issue in modern Indian home design?
Designed by: Olive Interiors
Principal Architect: Sayli Belsare
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