Selecting an interior door for your home can feel like a stressful decision. This process is an investment that you’ll likely have to live with and look at for several years. Besides looking good and fitting your personal style, there are a number of factors to consider when choosing your interior doors.

What’s Your Home Style?

Interior doors have a big impact on the overall look of a space. Before you start deciding on options, you should pinpoint your home’s general interior style. From contemporary and sleek, to minimalistic or bold, interior doors can run the full spectrum. It’s best to narrow down your initial options to avoid feeling overwhelmed.

Will Your Doors Be Painted?

Once you have narrowed down on a general style, you then have to decide if you’d prefer a door primed and ready for painting, or if wood or a natural finish is more your style. Most likely, you’ll want to choose the option that blends in with the other doors in your home, but if you’re changing all doors in your homes, then you have free-range to start fresh.

Does the Room Require Privacy?

Interior doors like French doors can allow a flood of natural light to enter a space and brighten it up. This can be appealing for a home office or dining room, but may not be for a laundry room, pantry, or bathroom. Consider whether or not extra light would be beneficial to the space, or if a door with privacy would be more appropriate.

What’s Your Budget?

Cost and budget are defiantly items to carefully consider before you begin your project. The price point can vary widely, depending on the material used. Additionally, make sure you include the cost of installation and labor if you are not putting the doors in yourself.

Luckily, Trimlite is here to recommend the perfect door for your project. Our doors can complement any architectural style, from traditional to contemporary, and anything in between, while guiding you through the whole process, from start to finish, to provide a seamless experience. Contact our team today to begin planning your interior home project!