Think you're limited to plain white doors in your home's interior? Think again. See how unique materials and innovative design can make a door not just a privacy provider, but also an integral part of a room's decor.
These unique sliding doors do more than conceal a closet — they also add an eye-catching feature to this bedroom. The floor-to-ceiling resin doors have red metal strips ingrained in them, bringing out the color of the woven area rug and the burnt-orange wall in the stairwell beyond. Design by Andreas Charalambous.
HGTV fan Tetbury created a welcoming entrance to her traditional dining room by framing the space with a pair of classic French doors.
Multipurpose Pantry Door
The sliding-glass barn door on exposed tracks used for this kitchen pantry does double-duty as a message board. Grocery lists and family notes can be written right on the glass. Design by Randy Weinstein.
Shoji screen doors lend a calming, spa-like feel to this Asian-influenced bathroom. Design by Alan Hilsabeck, Jr.
Alan Hilsabeck, Jr.
Using chalkboard paint, HGTV fan Design-Dazzle transformed typical closet doors into a space for her daughter to express herself.
Reflection of Style
A mirrored door plays up the metallic accents on this room's wallpaper and makes the space feel more open.
A Splash of Color
In an overall neutral space, a door painted a bold shade of orange becomes an unexpected focal point. Design by Rouzita Vahhabaghai.
An Antique Touch
A distressed, teal door rounds out this room’s rustic look while adding a touch of color. Design by Tom Vecchione.
Reclaimed Balinese doors create a striking focal point and give this entryway an antique feel, while custom glass doors add a touch of contemporary style. Design by Christopher J. Grubb.