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Interior designers find that a door can make or break a room

on Wednesday,March 23,2011 19:03

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Interior designers may overlook how important and significant a door can be while designing a space, according to the Charlotte Observer. Even though it is generally not noticed by many, the entrance to a room may turn into the first thing people notice. Different ways to design a door include painting it a bold color or having it be simple and blend with the room. Even the front door can enhance the atmosphere.

Interior designers may want to "keep the house sort of neutral and do a pop of color at the front door," Betsy Burnham, a Los Angeles designer, told the Observer. "We've seen red doors used really well. You could even do a bright teal."

Individuals who are studying to become interior designers might not want to discount a door while designing, as it could enable them to stand out in comparison to other designers. There are expected to be nearly 14,000 more jobs in this field by 2018 than there were in 2008, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

By Rachel Smith

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