Replacing interior doors is a lot easier than you think, and it can make a huge difference to the style of your bedroom. Sometimes, a lick of paint and a new bedding set doesn’t always do the trick! Your bedroom door can have more influence over the room than you think. Read on for some ideas of bedroom door styles that can really give your space the wow factor.
If you have a small bedroom, pocket doors, also known as sliding or folding doors are a great idea to give you more space. Since they don’t require any clearance, you are free to position your furniture in new ways that were not open to you before. This is an easy and low-cost adjustment that has a big impact.
Louvre doors are a stylish addition to any bedroom, and they can be used either on fitted wardrobes or as an accent piece. What makes louvre doors so great is that they are designed for optimum airflow, which is essential for a good night’s sleep. You are able to retain your privacy while ensuring that heat or cool air can circulate, which also means you are less likely to develop a build-up of moisture in your room.
If you are someone who prefers to sleep with the door slightly ajar to let some light in, why not opt for a door with frosted glass panels? This way you can close the door all the way, reducing noise levels while you sleep but with the added benefit of natural light. They are also great for bedrooms with small windows that see little sunlight. Not only that, but they come in a variety of designs meaning you can choose a similar pattern for your wardrobe or carry the design throughout the house.
If you live in a flat or a bungalow where your bedroom is on the same floor as your living space, adding double doors to your bedroom can really open up the space and make it feel bigger than it really is. If you have the same flooring throughout, it can really help to create flow and bring the style of your home together.
A lot of bedroom doors will come in a standard whitewash or light pine. If you aren’t able to change the size and style of your bedroom door, you can simply opt for a different finish. There are plenty of different wood grains to choose from such as walnut or oak. You can also change up the door accessories such as the knobs and hinges, which is a cheap but effective alteration.
Decorating your room doesn’t just have to be limited to the walls and bedding. Why not look at our extensive collection of internal doors today for some inspiration? We’ve got a fantastic range of doors spanning a number of shades and styles – you can shop them right here on our site, or alternatively pop into any of our DIY stores in Preston, Blackpool or Wigan, and see them for yourself!