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Concealed door hinge Anselmi in silver finish installed in a white door.

What is a concealed door hinge?

October 5, 2022

Concealed door hinges have become common in high-end residential condominiums and homes. Initially popular with European-inspired interior designs in Miami, New York, and Los Angeles, we at Angelbau see that the trend has since been adopted by leading modern architects and interior designers across the United States who now use frameless doors with concealed hinges in more of their projects.

Concealed hinges sometimes go by other names, such as invisible hinges, hidden hinges, or European hinges, albeit you'll see these names more often connected with kitchen cabinetry, wardrobes, and other furniture. 

Opening angles

The concealed hinges that we use on our interior doors have a 0-180º opening angle.

The inswing doors are limited by the drywall return on the interior side of the room. We use a built-in concealed door stop to ensure that the door stops at a 90º angle before reaching the drywall return. 

What are the advantages of concealed hinges?

Anselmi by Simonswerk concealed hinges come in a variety of colors, but white RAL 9016 and black are by far the most popular choices for luxury residences.
Anselmi by Simonswerk concealed hinges come in a variety of colors, but white RAL 9016 and black are by far the most popular choices for luxury residences.


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