What to Consider When Choosing Interior Doors

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Your interior doors and trim play a major role in your home’s overall design and style. Whether you choose stylish shaker doors, traditional paneled doors or prefer the timeless beauty and elegance of French doors, an interior door company like Hallmark Doors Ltd. in Edmonton will work with you to provide the most fitting interior doors for your home renovation project.

What to consider when choosing interior doors?

Interior doors have an incredible decorating value. Choose between molded, flush or wood stile, barn doors, classic french doors with glass and more. Choosing the right interior doors will boost comfort, functionality and design style to your indoor living spaces. Here are some things to consider:

Is your overall home design style more traditional, contemporary, modern or eclectic? A professional can help you choose interior doors and trim that will best match your home’s style and the rest of your home renovation project.

Would you prefer your doors to have flat panels, beaded panels, or glass like French doors?

Would you like your doors to showcase their natural wood or would you prefer them to be painted?

Consider the type of wood you would like your doors to be made of and the colour of stain you prefer.

Want something unique? Consider barn style interior doors, rustic or cielo doors.

Do you require a custom-size for your doors? Your interior doors can be made higher if that is your preference and wider to make your home more accessible for those who have mobility issues or are in a wheel chair.

Don’t forget about the closet doors.

Whether they’re in the bedroom, front entry way, hallway or kitchen, your closet doors can add a touch of elegance and style to your home’s interior design. Hallmark Doors Ltd. manufactures, designs and installs closet doors too. Choose bypass closet doors or byfold doors, both available in a wide range of materials including wood and glass, allowing options that will best suit your needs and personal design taste.

Choosing hardware for your interior doors.

Hardware includes everything used to hang and operate your interior doors from the door knob or handle, hinges, locks and door stops. When choosing your hardware, think about balancing how you want it to look and fit into your home’s style and how you want it to function.

For example, your doors will almost always be hung on hinges but heavier or taller doors might benefit from being hung on pivots. Door knobs are traditional and classic, but a door handle can be easier to open for those who have arthritis or other physical disabilities. You might need a lock on your bathroom or bedroom doors, but probably don’t need locks on your doors leading to a dining or family room.

Interior Doors in Edmonton

Serving Edmonton for over 40 years, Hallmark Doors has offered a large selection of interior residential doors including pantry, pivot, specialty and a huge variety of closet door options. Their professionals will measure your door openings for you to ensure the right fit. They always provide a quote for your door projects at no cost and follow up with great customer service! Commercial doors are now available, so give them a shout for your next project!

Contact Hallmark Doors today!

 

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