Design Trends from East Florida
Earlier this year, we explored the west coast of Florida and showed how entire projects were transformed with TruStile Doors. Our recent tour of the east coast of Florida focuses on taking full advantage of TruStile’s product offering. From choosing a variety of door styles to selecting the right mix of quality materials, these photos will change the way you think about interior doors.
The Right Materials Make All the Difference
An easy way to add dimension to your next project is to use a mix of paint- and stain-grade doors in the same door package. By simply changing the material, a door style can take on a very different look and feel. The same goes for replacing a panel with glass, metal or leather — one substitution can go a long way to achieve your design.
Substituting White Lami glass for panels on these TS4100 doors helps natural light brighten the master bath and bedroom while still providing privacy. In the same home, MDF and mahogany are again featured side by side. Each coordinate with different elements of the entryway, such as the millwork and the master staircase railing, to create a cohesive design. Throughout the home, stain-grade doors are used to designate openings to other rooms, while paint-grade doors are used for secondary openings such as closets.
Palm Beach Luxury
Builder: Alonso & Associates
When so much thought goes into building a custom home, don]t detract from the details with a mediocre interior door. With over 400 styles to choose from, TruStile makes designing premium doors that can complement any design or architectural style easy. As the images show, not all doors need to be the same. Changing colors or even adding in additional door styles can highlight the unique features within a custom home.
The clever addition of trim applied to the edge of pocket doors allows highly sculpted big bolection moulding to be used. The trim covers the pocket opening when doors are open or closed.
This Ocean Reef Club home, north of Key Largo, uses TMIR6000 doors for a sleek look. A pair of white oak doors was used on the master bathroom while the guest bathroom features painted MDF. A ½" bright stainless steel inlay adds an ultra-modern finish to both sets of doors.
One show-stopping door can make a lasting impression. This oversized TM9330 in white oak does the trick. Its brushed aluminum panel inserts perfectly match the metal details in the surrounding décor.
To complement the jet set architecture of this Palm Beach condo, built in the 1960s, the TM4100 with White Lami glass was chosen in several applications throughout the interior; including pairs, bypass, and pocket doors. The crisp lines of the Tru&Modern Series give a modern twist to the details of the original design.