Interior doors are one of those small, but important details that set the style of your home. Upgrading your home’s doors is a cost-effective way to improve your home’s interior and give a room extra panache! Before settling on a new door, it is important to consider several features including: style, materials, door swing, and more. StyleYour first key decision will be your door’s style. Interior doors come in a variety of styles including paneled (or embossed to appear paneled) doors, louvered doors, French doors, and many more. The style you choose should complement the rest of the room in both size and design. For example, a large and ornate door might overwhelm a small room, making it feel cramped. While you want the elements of your home (including your doors) to have a sense of continuity, feel free to mix and match when it comes to door styles. While ornate French doors might be perfect for dividing your sunroom and living room, perhaps simpler faux-paneled doors work better throughout the rest of your house. Door SwingWhen ordering a single acting door (doors that are hinged on one side and open in one direction), you can typically order either a right-hand or left-hand door swing. Whichever side the handle is on as the door opens toward you will decide whether it’s a right-hand or a left-hand door. Consider your door’s placement when ordering and strive to avoid doors opening into halls or corridors upon placement. Door FramingDoor framing can be just as important as the door itself. Doors can be bought pre-hung (mounted in a frame with its hinges attached to the doorjamb) or as slabs. A slab door comes just as the door itself — you’ll need to install hinges and the door frame before hanging. Consider your level of ability when deciding whether to purchase a pre-hung or slab door or seek professional help to install your door.Contact us for help in ordering and installing new interior doors throughout your home!