Palazzo interior doors

Transform Your Interior With Palazzo Series® Molded Panel Doors

When changing the look of a room, homeowners often start with the basics: a fresh coat of paint, a few new pieces of furniture or even new flooring. But one way to upgrade a room that is sometimes overlooked involves the interior doors. Unless you’ve opted for a full-scale remodel, you’re probably using the original interior doors that came with the house. By swapping out those older doors for new ones, you can breathe new life into a boring room.

Palazzo interior doorsIf you’re looking for an affordable, sophisticated door, start with Palazzo Series® Molded Panel Doors from Masonite International Corporation. Popular with homeowners and professionals, Palazzo Series doors feature distinct European style raised mouldings that are integrated in the panel. There are three distinctive designs to choose from: the two-panel arched Bellagio®, the two-panel square top Capri® and the three-panel camber top Treviso.

Palazzo Series doors feature an exceptionally smooth surface that is ready to paint or decorate, allowing homeowners to further customize a room. These doors are offered in 80-, 84-, and 96-inches for passage as well as bifold. Because of Masonite’s unique Engineered Component Construction, each door has the weight, feel and richness of stile and rail wood doors, along with the performance benefits of a composite wood product. The Palazzo Series Molded Panel Doors are available with a 20-minute fire rating in the 1-3/4 inch size.

From now until Dec. 15, 2013, Masonite is offering mail-in rebates on popular doors, including the Palazzo Series* during the “Get Paid To Upgrade” Select Rewards Program. If you want to add a new dimension to your home’s interior, now is the perfect time to make a purchase.

Click here to learn more about Palazzo Series® Molded Panel Doors.

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