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Dallas Designers Talk How Doors Can Reframe Your Space

No matter how you tackle them, upgraded doors and cabinet fronts bring instant interest to a room.
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Dallas Designers Talk How Doors Can Reframe Your Space

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As many of us realized during the COVID-induced lockdown, doors are a good thing. Sure, open concept is great … until you’ve been staring at your messy open kitchen shelving or your family doom-scrolling through TikTok (with their sound on!) for weeks on end. Yes, closing a door is a good thing.

And whether it’s to hide unsightly clutter or your family, your doors should be pretty. We talked with several of our 2023 top interior designers about how a beautiful door can elevate any space. Scroll through the gallery to learn more.

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