What’s Trending in Door Design?
Designing your home takes a lot of attention to detail, with each element making or breaking the whole concept of your interior. That includes door design which cannot be neglected. Bold colors, modern styles and size are dominating current door design trends, so let’s take a look at what’s hot!
If you are adding an interior door, don’t do what everyone else does and just add a white door. Instead, go bold and paint it a rich color that adds character and warmth to the room. Most interior doors are painted in the standard white trim color, with all of the elements matching. This choice is perfectly fine if you’re going for a traditional look, but you are missing out on a great opportunity to make a statement by going bold with your door color choice. Darker, more pigmented colors are transforming homes with stunning appearances that stand out from the normal sea of white and beige. The trending colors are navy blue and black, along with designs that feature glass and iron elements. And don’t forget to pair the door with attractive hardware to add an artistic element to the space.
Higher front doors give the illusion of a higher ceiling, and the promise of a grand entrance. By keeping your front door sizes small, you’re limiting what you can do with this illusion. Nowhere else can you make quite a statement like the entry door. Go big and make it grand!
If you’re going to go higher, you may as well go wider. Double doors, or perhaps an extra wide door with sidelight, add fantastic depth and dimension to your home. And if you choose wide doors for your interiors, you have the advantage of not only of opening up the space, but also create an easier way to transfer pieces of furniture between rooms.
If you really want to make a statement, incorporate a pivot door into your home. Pivot doors are the pinnacle of contemporary architecture and work really well in modern homes. These types of doors rotate on a pivot box instead of traditional side hinges, which match up perfectly with large panels and are very popular for their wide, generous openings.