Category: Inner door sills
Inner door sills
Internal sills are used in door frames within the house. Mainly, the thresholds between the bathroom and another room are used to keep the moisture in the bathroom. But internal thresholds can also be used between other rooms, especially when two different types of flooring are present. Think of the threshold between the toilet with tiles and the hallway with parquet. We have sills of composite (artificial stone) and bluestone.
Composite inner doors
Composite sills are pressed from quartz sand and then polished. As a result, composite sills are almost impervious to dirt and moisture. Composite sills are anthracite in colour.
Hard stone indoor sills
Hard stone sills are a natural stone product and therefore no two sills are the same. The different colour nuances create a lively product. Hard stone sills have a dark grey colour.
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