Door Design. Wednesday , November 22nd , 2017 - 11:30:41 AM
We often find people are stunned by the vast range of interior sliding door options available to them. Mirrored doors, glass doors, lacquered finish, japanese style, bi folding doors, room dividers - the list goes on. Nowadays, with sliding doors being used throughout the home more and more as wardrobe doors, bedroom doors and kitchen doors, people are demanding more quality and selection when making their interior design choices.
Doors are the entry points to any room and thus can be very personalized and individualistic. The doors to the bedroom or bathroom are barriers, in a way, protecting your privacy and therefore can be required to be made in a specific manner suited to the person's sense of design. Keeping this in mind the designs for interior doors are vast and varied and the selection is diverse and almost endless. There are interior designers and other professionals that design the millions out different designs out there or if you are artistically inclined then you can get them made in the design of your choice, custom-made. But design is not everything. Even the material used to make the door can be varied. Initially all you have were either wooden or metal doors. But today that's not the case. Fiber glass or just plain glass ones are catching on rapidly. There are even subcategories of materials used to make interior doors. In wood there are a number of different wood types you can choose from - redwood, oak, mahogany, cherry, etc. even the glass doors can be frosted or glazed or tinted. You ca also make them in combination of materials like glass and steel, or wood and copper. Choosing the right design and material is important because you must remember that the cost of the door is primarily based on these factors.
You may soon discover that Arts and Crafts doors are a particular delight in their overall design and the air of comfort that they provide. These doors also go by the name of Shaker doors or Craftsman doors due to their creative construction and reminiscent look of simpler, closer-knit times. The typical Arts and Crafts door will consist of simple square corners, multiple flat panels, optional glass lites, and designs in the wood, glass, or both. One of the key features that Arts and Crafts doors can boast about are their shelf and corbel additions.
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