black and white striped door

Are you looking for a new, unique way to add flair to your home? Put your interior doors down as your next design project! It might be hard to think of a door being anything but plain, but there are so many things you can do to make it a statement piece. Transforming just one interior door can give any home a big personality, so here are a few to get you started.

Black and white stripes are a classic pattern that looks great on a door. (via Apartment Therapy)


White moulding really pops out against other deep colors. Pink is chic, but any other color would work perfectly! (via Stripes & Sprinkles)

bright kitchen door

You don’t have to limit yourself to big entryways! Even the small pantry door in your kitchen, if painted in a lighter shade, can brighten the entire area. (via Design Your Revolution)


Painting your door highlighter shade really shows off a confident style and serves to lighten dark spaces! (via Heather Elizabeth Designs)


Get edgy! Take advantage of the three-dimensions of your door by painting all its surfaces. (via Lushome)


Adding polka dots to your plain white door is an easy, simple way to jazz up your interior! (via ferm LIVING)


Using a sliding door is pretty cool, but using a sliding barn door that matches the color accents of your room is even cooler. (via Sawdust Girl)

graphic print design door corner

You don’t have to transform the entire door to have it transformed! Try adding pattern detail to just one corner. (via Nordic Leaves)


Go for bold and deck your entire door out with a checkered print! Tip: having a large print make the door seem less busy. (via Lushome)

typography door

Typography isn’t just for banners and signs. We love how this door gives off a chalkboard feel! (via From Up North)

chevron DIY electric tape door design

A door redesign doesn’t have to be expensive if you’re trying to save. This chevron design is made just from electric tapes! (via Poppytalk)

Which door design would fit best in your home?

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