19 November 2011

The Detail is in the Door...

Miles Redd


Steven Gambrel

via Lonny

Delightful Doors

Delightful Doors

via Delight by Design

via The Diversion Project

via Nuevo Estilo

Thomas O'Brien

via Eclec Chic

Source Unknown

via Knight Moves

via Decorology

via Elle Decor

Sorry for the post delay - I am just back from a magical fall New York City trip and my schedule has been delayed. It was well worth it!

Today I am featuring interior doors and the ability one has to achieve a dramatic impact by focusing on the detail(s) of interior doors. This could happen with a simple coat of paint in a bold or subtle color that ties into the scheme of the room, with some sort of upholstery such as a zebra skin or a leather with nail trim and even a different type of door altogether that will still act as a divider in a passage way, yet gives the impact that normally would need to be achieved through accessories or art. It is the perfect, bold way to make a statement with the space of a standard door making the impact in the height. So, you can either be safe (a.k.a. boring - but old faithful) and paint the interior doors the same color as all the woodwork throughout or if you are feeling a bit adventurous try one of the above examples. I say go against the grain and add the contrast! Fun stuff!

Happy weekend!...

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