It has often been said that good design is “in the details”. When designing a room or a home, interior doors may not be one of the details that is top of mind, but the truth is, a beautiful door is one of those small details that can make a big difference in your home’s style. Whether you are building, remodeling or just trying to give your home a little refresh, choosing the right interior door style is an important step that shouldn’t be overlooked.
Although not all homes or rooms fit into a style box, most tend to take on an overriding or dominant style. Whether your home is coastal, craftsman or farmhouse style, choosing the right interior door can make the finishes in your home feel more cohesive and provide a beautiful feature for your space.
Choosing the right interior door may seem like a daunting task, but Metrie has taken the guesswork out of selecting the perfect doors and trim to complement the style of your home, or room, with their Then & Now Finishing Collection. With 5 complementary lines, ranging from traditional to modern, Metrie has given homeowners and designers the ability to easily pick trim and interior doors that will enhance the style and architecture of the space.
The room above is a great example of how interior doors can beautifully help pull a design together. The designer of this room chose pieces from one of Metrie’s Then & Now Finishing Collections to unify the look of the doors, moulding and other design elements in the room. The circular detail on the doors from the Fashion Forward Collection contrasts the angular lines of the panel moulding, yet also complements the overall transitional design of the space. On a side note, these doors may just have my favorite interior door style ever!
The curved lines and traditional silhouette of the interior door from Metrie’s French Curves Collection helps create a seamless design in this traditional kitchen. Both the interior door and kitchen cabinet doors have a raised panel style, allowing the interior door to act as part of the kitchen space.
In the image above, a slab door and moulding, with an angular silhouette put a contemporary spin on traditional design. The designer chose the door and moulding from Metrie’s Very Square Collection to purposefully give the home a modern edge. I love how there was great consideration given to not only the doors, but the area around it. The columns and trimwork surrounding the door make it a stand out in the space. It is this kind of attention to detail that can elevate a room’s design.
Style is one of many considerations when selecting interior doors, but it is one of those details that, no doubt, can have a great impact on the look and feel of a room.
Updating the interior doors in your home can be a quick way to greatly impact the look of your home and make it feel more cohesive in its’ design. If you are looking to replace your interior doors, be sure to check out Metrie’s Interior Door Selection & Installation Guide for detailed instructions and information.
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