Room doors for a high-gloss shine at home

Cabinets, kitchens, bathrooms – in interior design, there can never be enough high-gloss surfaces. HUGA’s new “Versio” door range brings the trend into your home with PLEXIGLAS® Optical HC on interior doors.

Scratches, playing children and greasy hands: Doors are everyday objects. The materials used must therefore be robust and easy to clean. However, high-gloss surfaces are often painted, and these paints can easily flake or crack. The high-gloss effect of the HUGA “Versio” range, on the other hand, is made out of 2 millimeter-thin, scratch-resistant PLEXIGLAS® Optical HC.

Door with a depth effect

The brand acrylic glass from Röhm is particularly resistant against traces of wear, while at the same time allowing for a special depth effect thanks to its transparency, as is also very popular in kitchens for example. “With PLEXIGLAS® Optical HC, the doors have a very elegant look and feel that is reminiscent of a crystal optic and impresses with a particular degree of evenness,” says Meinolf Funkenmeier, sales manager at HUGA. “In addition, the material is great for printing – and thus perfectly fits into our new color concept.”

Color trend: Gray and anthracite

The “Versio” wooden interior door range is not only available in classic white, but also in stylish gray and anthracite. “This way, we bring the currently predominant colors for windows, front doors and garage doors into the living rooms,” says Funkenmeier.

Easy to process

One reason why the door manufacturer chose PLEXIGLAS® Optical HC is because the material can be easily processed. It is printed in color and cut to the right size by the supplier Murodesign, and pressed to the wooden core of the later door by HUGA in Gütersloh. This creates an extremely robust door that also looks great. Read more: Tips for processing solid plates from PLEXIGLAS®.

Three colors, three surfaces: available in any combination

The highlight: The doors come in three different colors as well as with three different surfaces. Versio is also available with matt or textured surfaces. “And all the different door leaves can be combined,” explains Funkenmeier. “This creates individual design possibilities in the living area.” For example, when the entrance to the guest bathroom should have a different look than the living area. “Thanks to the common, consistently matt frames, the combination is still characterized by a uniform look and feel,” explains Funkenmeier.