Bud Dietrich, AIA
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Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Know Your House: Interior Door Parts and Styles
Here's a six-panel door like you'd find just about anywhere. The door is typically 80 inches tall, though it is usually stocked in 7-foot and 8-foot heights as well, and is usually available in widths of 28, 30, 32 or 34 inches. The height you use will be set by the ceiling height (80-inch-tall doors don't really fit in taller rooms) and the window height. Though it's often overlooked, aligning the top of the door with the top of a window is a nice thing to do.As for the width, while 30 inches has been the norm for decades, wider will allow for walkers, wheelchairs etc. And even if you don't need a wider door for a wheelchair, the extra width will be nice when you're moving that king-size mattress and monster headboard into the bedroom.

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Here's a six-panel door like you'd find just about anywhere. The door is typically 80 inches tall, though it is usually stocked in 7-foot and 8-foot heights as well, and is usually available in widths of 28, 30, 32 or 34 inches.
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Here's a six-panel door like you'd find just about anywhere. The door is typically 80 inches tall, though it is usually stocked in 7-foot and 8-foot heights as well, and is usually available in widths of 28, 30, 32 or 34 inches. The height you use will be set by the ceiling height (80-inch-tall doors don't really fit in taller rooms) and the window height. Though it's often overlooked, aligning the top of the door with the top of a window is a nice thing to do. As for the width, while 30 inches has been the norm for decades, wider will allow for walkers, wheelchairs etc. And even if you don't need a wider door for a wheelchair, the extra width will be nice when you're moving that king-size mattress and monster headboard into the bedroom.
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Here's a six-panel door like you'd find just about anywhere. The door is typically 80 inches tall, though it is usually stocked in 7-foot and 8-foot heights as well, and is usually available in widths of 28, 30, 32 or 34 inches. The height you use will be set by the ceiling height (80-inch-tall doors don't really fit in taller rooms) and the window height. Though it's often overlooked, aligning the top of the door with the top of a window is a nice thing to do. As for the width, while 30 inches has been the norm for decades, wider will allow for walkers, wheelchairs etc. And even if you don't need a wider door for a wheelchair, the extra width will be nice when you're moving that king-size mattress and monster headboard into the bedroom.
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