You may not give much thought to the interior doors of your home, but replacing these doors with something unique and original can add a great sense of style to every room in your house. Note a few suggestions for unique interior doors you might have installed in your home, to help create an interior space that is uniquely your own.
Heavily frosted glass can offer all the privacy you need for most rooms, while also allowing light to travel from one room to another. Frosted glass doors can also be a good choice in a craftsman style home or interior with lots of heavy timber surfaces and accessories.
If you don't need privacy in a certain room, such as for an office or child's playroom, you can even have the frosting designed in geometric shapes or other designs. This will break up the look of a glass door without having the entire panel completely frosted.
If you don't want to replace a door in the home, cover it with chalkboard paint. Chalkboard paint can usually be applied to just about any surface, and this gives you a chance to create something very unique in your home. Apply this paint to a child's room door, and they'll have a place to draw and scribble. The door can then also be used to make notes and reminders for your child.
You can also use chalkboard paint on your bedroom door for your own reminders and notes, and to even keep your schedule. Whatever your choice, chalkboard paint and a good supply of coloured chalk can mean a fun interior door with endless design possibilities.
French doors are a great choice for any room where you want to create a grand entryway or for a room that needs an expanded doorway. For example, if you want to bring a piano into a certain room or make a bedroom more accessible for someone in a wheelchair, a set of French doors can be the best choice.
While French doors traditionally have grilles that break up their glass inserts, they can also be made with solid glass panels and any size and style doorframe you choose. For something a bit more modern, you might opt for stainless steel handles in a straight design, versus curved and rolling handles. You can even add glass panels on either side of the doors themselves, to open up the space and keep it from feeling claustrophobic and enclosed.