Bold, Not Boring: Patterned Doors

Bold, Not Boring: Patterned Doors

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Kim R. McCormick
Mar 8, 2013
While there are a lot of beautiful parts to this picture, it would be incomplete with just a plain white door. Being a little bolder and adding pattern can elevate your home too. Adding pattern to a door is an unexpected way to dress up an inexpensive hollow core door or add interest to a white-walled room. It's faster than painting a room and, if you're a renter, can be covered up more quickly. To get this type of look, you can use painter's tape, a stencil, wallpaper, or contact paper. You can recreate the door in Image 1 with the Zelij stencil from Royal Design Studio and Image 2 with wallpaper from Ferm Living. MORE DOORS ON APARTMENT THERAPY:Design Dare: Bold, Colorful Interior DoorsRed Doors on the InsideColor Idea: Paint the Door Frame (Images: 1. Patrick Cline for Lonny 2. Ladies' Home Journal 3. Design*Sponge 4. Likainen Parketti 5. Flickr user Ninaribena1 licensed via Creative Commons)
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