Children love to customise their bedrooms and a key part of this is a personalised sign on their bedroom door. From a young age many children have a named plaque on the door. There are a wide variety of options available, including wooden letters and stickers. Whilst on holiday in the Canary Islands last year we bought a hand-made door sign with our little girl's name on it. The man selling the bespoke signs created it in front of us using different coloured sand and it is a lovely item and extra special as it reminds us of our holiday each time we see it.
As children get a bit older, they tend to get very protective over their personal space and they frequently deny entry to siblings (and often parents as well). This is when they start to place "No Entry" and "Get out of my room", signs on the door, along with skull and crossbow pictures, for a wicked theme. Some children like to decorate their doors with posters of pop stars and sports teams and others like to place stickers on their doors.
Aimed at a more mature market, there are stickers available that completely cover internal and externals doors and these include scenes such as waterfalls and meadows as well as sunsets, flowers and water. There are many designs available and this idea originated in the 1970's. Ideally you would want a smooth plain door without grooves and panels to ensure the sticker would stay fixed in place.
Other than children's name signs, I prefer an undecorated door and I like to keep it clean and smart. If you have bought a stunning door from Kershaw's Doors then you will probably want to admire the attractive design and you wouldn't want to cover it up with distracting stickers or decorations.