|Height||1.8 ~ 3 meter|
|Width||45 ~ 120 cm|
|Thickness||35 ~ 60 mm|
|Panel||solid wood panel|
|Rail & Stile||Solid pine wood|
|Solid Wood Edge||5-10mm Solid wood edge|
|Surace Finishing||UV lacquer, Sanding, Raw unfinishing|
|Swing||Swing , sliding , pivot|
|Packing||carton box , wood pallet|
What is a louver door?
Louver, also spelled Louvre, arrangement of parallel, horizontal blades, slats, laths, slips of glass, wood, or other material designed to regulate airflow or light penetration. Louvers are often used in windows or doors in order to allow air or light in while keeping sunshine or moisture out.
Where are louvered doors used?
Louvered doors are used when privacy with natural ventilation and quietness for rest is desired, as they allow free passage of air even when closed. You can use louvered doors to help ventilate certain areas of your home, to add a small amount of privacy to otherwise open space, or as room dividers.
MAGNIFY THE APPEAL OF YOUR HOME WITH SIMPSON’S LOUVER DOORS
With horizontal slats that let in light and air, Simpson’s louver doors, or “louvre” as the French say, can add function and aesthetic appeal to your home. Designers and homeowners often use louver doors in closets, laundry rooms and pantries to add texture and improve air movement. Louver wood doors have many benefits, but a few notable ones are ventilation and the elegant visual appeal provided by the beauty of the wood.