Lighting Color Temperature

Lighting Color Temperature

Textile cover-up

Another approach is to face the door with a single piece of fabric such as green baize, coloured felt or vinyl ‘leather’, using decorative brass-headed upholstery pins. Obviously the material needs to suit the overall decor of the room.

The material can be cut to the exact size of the door and glued on all over with an adhesive appropriate for the fabric. It must be smoothed out to ensure it is bubble-free and the edges must be turned back, if necessary, and securely glued down. Alternatively, the material can be slightly padded and secured with tacks. This gives a more generous, sophisticated look and is easier to remove when you want a change.

Metal foil has been applied to the surface of the door to provide an unusual and extremely eye-catching focal point in this silver-themed room. Applying metal foil to wood is a straightforward – if time-consuming – job, but the results are worth the effort. Finish with a layer of clear glaze to prevent damage to the foil’s surface .

Large, square, black metal studs appear at intervals around the raised parts of a pair of handsome panelled doors – and in the corners! Although the studs have been used sparingly, their effect is impressive and the overall look of the doors is reminiscent of those found in a medieval castle. Fleavy knobs provide the finishing touch.

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