The Hottest 5 Doors in Your Life

Posted under Decor and Inspiration by on July 16, 2013

In a film noir or modern day mystery movie, the screen siren or feme fatale always make a dramatic entrance when introduced to the audience.  In most films, this woman is introduced when entering a door, she is framed and she gives us the cue that her introduction is nothing to be taken lightly.  You will remember her…and that entrance.  Whether she enters a room from the outside or makes her appearance indoors, doors are an important design aspect that are often neglected off screen.  Make your doors memorable!  Here are some Hot little numbers that take precedence.

These tin metal double doors add that industrial flair, and toughen up any traditional home!  Not to mention the subtle shimmer in a dim lit dining room…quite romantic.

Metal Tile - Mission Stone and Tile

 

Lacy Cut Outs are all the rage in fashion, and these exotic closet doors not only allow natural light to shine through, but look pretty darn sweet!

Tile - Mission Stone and Tile

 

Printing your sweetest or most intimate moments on canvas has been the thing to do, but why not have them printed for your closet doors?  Please, no full on nudity…could you imagine how this could affect your resale value??

Life Size Prints on Door - Mission Stone and Tile

 

Another closet or cabinet door favorite would be this Hollywood Tracery look, very Gatsby…very chic!  Having the large mirrored sliders are a thing of the past, but this way you can have your mirror while looking absolutely fab!

Mission Stone and Tile

 

Using reclaimed Shutters from old plantations are an awesome way to screen or divide a room without giving up too much space.  Install between your living room and dining room, swivel, and swing!

Mission Stone and Tile

 

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