Replace Old Doors with Custom Interior Doors
January 05, 2010
You've seen that interior door somewhere before - you know the one, it has a single slab with no detail and a plain, brass colored round handle? That door graces many a home and a custom interior door may be just the solution you need to get that door out of sight and out of mind.
In fact, you may not even remember that door, it's certainly an easy one to forget! Let's try something new, shall we? An interior door is a passageway, it should provide a transition from one room to the other, not only physically, but in style as well. If that plain Jane door is a statement of your style, then you have a problem.
Custom interior doors are just what you need to add some individuality to your home. The level of customization doesn't have to be a start from scratch project, it can be adding custom details and upgrades to an existing door style.
If you're having trouble getting started in designing a custom interior door, many door manufacturers have a designer on staff to help you get started. They can take you through the process and make your dream door a reality. The process is quick and painless and usually consists of the following steps:
- Make a sketch or notes of what you're looking for in a custom interior door;
- Talk with a design expert of a door manufacturer, they'll draw up specifications and a technical drawing;
- You approve the specs and drawing;
- The manufacturer makes the door;
- The manufacturer ships the door to you.
It ends with you getting a custom door that's a one of a kind style solution, so all's well that ends well.