Door Decor: Up the Ante with Color, Pattern and Texture

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If you're still rockin' a plain jane door then you're missing an opportunity to add a ton of personality to your space. After all, it's a small, manageable, low-commitment area that's just begging for some color, pattern or texture. Here's the inspiration you need to add all three!

Color

Just a quick color change can take your boring door to a whole, new level. Just look at the punch that these doors give to both interior and exterior spaces.

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A San Francisco townhouse from Feldman Architecture via Architizer

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Beautiful blue at Alex & Wendy's Evolving Victorian.

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Bold red! Thanks, Clare Bock.

Pattern

If you're feeling even bolder, try adding a touch of kicky pattern to your door. Grab some painter's tape and go crazy creating anything from simple color-blocking to a more elaborate, graphic design.

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Painted Door Project (DIY it!) at One King's Lane.

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Graphic door in the NYC office of Hello Giggles.

Texture

Want to really go for it? The doors below are true showstoppers. From pink in Palm Springs to a nailhead design any avid DIYer can do (see the links for the instructions), these textured doors are perfect examples of usable art.

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Textured pink door courtesy of Moises Esquenazi

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Want to DIY this gorgeous door? HGTV will show you how.

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Another DIY to try. DesignSponge will tell you how.

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Everyone loves a hidden door! Peter Pennoyer Architects via COCOCOZY.

(Image credits: Our Style Stories; Feldman Architecture via Architizer; Lindsay Wood; Claire Bock; One King's Lane; Hello Giggles; Moises Esquenazi; HGTV; DIY upholstered door via DesignSponge; Peter Pennoyer Architects via COCOCOZY)