Hinged single door – This is the most common type of door. It needs a little bit more space to swing, so keep this in mind before installing one.
Panel door – This classic style can be highly decorative and is often used in traditional and modern settings.
Flush door – This type of door is a simple flat slab. It is the least expensive of the choices and usually blends with the wall.
French doors – These are elegant and require a wide doorway opening. They usually have glass panels which can be stained or art glass.
Pocket doors – If space is an issue, this type of door allows you privacy (or openness) without needing clearance for a door to swing. They simply slide into the wall when completely opened.
Bifold doors – This is the most popular choice for wide closets.
Bypass doors – They are generally flush doors that operate like sliding patio doors. They are much lighter than sliding doors.
Patio sliding doors – They are typically made of large panes of glass encased in wood, vinyl, or metal frames. Patio sliding doors allow natural light to enter your home and provide the best view of your lawn or garden inside the house.
For more information to help you decide which door is best for you, read: Door Types and Styles