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National Wood Window And Door Association
(202) 463-2799
1111 19th St Nw
Washington, DC
 
Mitchell's Window & Screen Repair
(202) 829-5116
4129 9th St Nw
Washington, DC
 
Columbia Mirror & Glass Of Georgtown Inc
(202) 333-3037
2212 Wisconsin Ave Nw
Washington, DC
 
Plantation Shutters and Wood Blinds
(540) 323-2011
Servicing Virginia, Maryland and West Va
Arlington, VA
Services
Measure, Sale and Install Plantation Shutters, Shades and Blinds
Prices and/or Promotions
Shutters From $15 sq. ft.

Distinctive Design & Remodeling, Inc.
(703) 962-1582
3526 King St
Alexandria, VA
 
National Wood Window and Door Association
(202) 463-2700
1111 19th St Nw
Washington, DC
 
Ace Welding Co Inc
(202) 889-6440
1310 Ridge Pl Se
Washington, DC
 
Green Door
(202) 464-9200
1221 Taylor St NW
Washington, DC

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HG Glass & Mirror
(703) 424-5080
4712 St Barnabas Rd
Temple Hills, MD
 
Distinctive Design & Remodeling, Inc.
(703) 962-1582
3526 King St
Alexandria, VA
 
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Interior Doors

Doors for rooms, cabinets, closets and more

It may seem as though selecting your interior door is not as important as choosing an exterior door , but that is entirely untrue. While your front door is the first thing visitors see, you will have to face your interior doors every day, and their abundance in your home makes them especially important.

It is crucial that most of your interior doors match. If they are all different, your house will feel like a mad house at a circus. A consistent style and color will make everything cohesive. This is not to say you can't have a little variety, but the same types of rooms on the same floor – such as each bedroom – should have matching doors.

The same goes for all of your door hardware . If you have similar doors in one area, keep the consistency going and choose the same hardware for all of them, too. You may not have the exact same pieces on every door (for example, your bedroom doors might not have locks, but your bathroom should), but as long as you keep the styles, colors and finishes the same (or very similar), you'll achieve a cohesive look.

If you're looking for something fancy, try French doors. They are double doors that open in opposite directions, leaving a wide opening, so they make for a dramatic entrance. These doors are especially convenient because they are versatile - you can have one French door open and the other closed, both open or both closed, depending on your needs. French doors are great for dining rooms , living rooms and studies with large entranceways.

Pocket doors are another up-and-coming style. These doors slide on a track like a sliding door, but fit into a hole in the wall so that they are out of site when the doors are open. Pocket door coverings can be made of anything from a thin paper-like material to glass or frosted plastic. Pocket doors are ideal for dividing large living spaces.

Keep in mind that interior doors often take as much or more wear and tear than exterior doors. Teenagers will slam them, children will color on them and many people attach hooks and knobs to the back for extra storage. If any of these are possibilities in your house, opt for doors that can be replaced cheaply and easily.

Cabinet doors: Selecting kitchen cabinet doors can be more daunting than selecting doors for any other part of your house. The kitchen is a common room where people gather to eat and spend time together, so you want it to look great. You should match your kitchen cabinet door style to your countertops, appliances, furniture and flooring. It is also important to properly finish your cabinet doors. An unfinished kitchen cabinet door can get damaged easily in a productive kitchen!

This is true in the bathroom, as well. Bathroom cabinet doors are bound to get steamed up and have water splashed on them. The same goes for your bathroom vanity cabinet door, which is why mirrored fronts are so popular – you can wipe them down easily.

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