4 Ways to Decorate Your Doorway

The latest Instagram craze is your newest home décor envy. Doortraits, or portraits of doors, have exploded in popularity online. These eye-catching photos capture everything from vintage wooden doors to über-modern designs.

If you feel like your home needs a simple refresh, considering giving your entrance a fresh look. In terms of remodeling, it doesn’t get much easier than updating your doorway. If your front door is looking shabby, take some inspiration from these doortraits.

Embrace Chaos

An entryway doesn’t have to be neat and orderly. Adding some disorder makes the space feel more natural and homely. Plants are a simple way to break up symmetry while also adding a pop of color.

Go Monochromatic

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Sticking to one color makes a mundane door a more magical one. Choose your color based on the color of your home or door, then incorporate in elements that match. They don’t have to be the exact same shade to work – just similar enough to be cohesive.

Keep It Clean

To add a touch of class, stick to clean lines and a few colors. In this case, less is more. Let your door be the focal point with only 1-2 decorations.

Turn Up the Contrast

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For a look that really pops, use contrasting colors to create visual interest. You can also play with texture by picking a door that stands out from your house.

Ready to take your door to the next level? At Chuba, we provide excellent remodeling services. Our dedication to quality service using top-quality building products and high level of attention to detail, we will be your partner in producing your dream bathroom. Contact us today for an estimate!

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