Adding a Decorative Door Frame is one of the easiest ways to arouse architectural interest in any room in the home. In fact, this is a simple hands-on project that almost all homeowners can complete during the weekend. But with all the options, how do you choose the best style for your house? Read the quick start about door frames and useful tips to help you get started.
What is the inner door frame?
The inner door frame is a term used to describe the decorative strips found around the door opening. According to the old house, “the door frame is both decorative and practical, which can improve the appearance of the door and hide the transition area between the wall and the door frame.”
The basic door frame is composed of three separate parts-two long decorative pieces on both sides of the door frame, and a shorter decorative piece (top cover) on top to complete the frame.
Historically, the door frame set the tone for the room. The Victorian design at the end of the 19th century used fluted wood panels and docked them with decorative corner tiles (rosettes). These designs are symmetrical and use a uniform pattern across their entire surface. The tapered shell formed by building multiple contours from the inside to the outside edge of the door frame was common in federal and Italian houses in the 19th century and later gained importance and breadth in the Greek Revival and Colonial styles.
Nowadays, there are many styles of door frames, from clean and simple to gorgeous and elegant.
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