January 12, 2012


When decorating a space, doors are probably one of the last things on our mind. But as we all know, design is in the details, and each and every detail counts.

Which is why I love how these doors aren't just an after thought but actually work to be one of the most eye catching, unexpected elements in the rooms. Isn't it fun how changing a small aspect, like putting the knob front and center instead of on its side, really wakes up the eye and makes you notice it? What a clever little way to keep things interesting!

Can you think of other, simple ways to make the mundane unexpected?


The Peak of Tres Chic said...

You are right- we always forget about the doors, but oh what a statement they can make! I like!



Karena said...

I think hardware is something that makes a huge difference! It is all in the details!


Art by Karena

Unknown said...

I am really into doors right now....wish I had a million dollars to have these ones.

Andi of My Beautiful Adventures said...

WOW this totally changed my perspective on doors.

Kara Superfine of The Art of the Occasion said...

Have always been in love with the jazzed-up center knob on doors - great photos showcasing them, Crystal! Another, perhaps even easier way to enhance a door is to paint the thin strip of the middle (depth) of the door a bold, unexpected color - only noticing the pop when the door is open.

Claudia Juestel said...

Yes, it is all about the detail in design, and just changing out hinges and knobs or painting it a color can make a big difference on a door. But the knob location and how each are framed in take it up a notch.



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