This blog is a follow up to one I wrote recently about a friend who had been disappointed with many of the internal doors she had seen when looking to buy a new house. I explained that it is often best to prepare a house for sale and avoid the disappointment of a big renovation job for prospective viewers.
If you are going to buy new doors to improve your property prior to sale then you will need to consider the following issues. I always think it is a good idea to start with the style of property and look at furnishings that will complement the general style. There is no point buying a modern door for a country cottage and similarly a swanky new apartment will not accommodate traditional country style doors. Ideally you should try and find styles that will last. Following the latest interior design trend can be a bit of a risk and it may not appeal to the widest audience. It can be difficult, but you will need to forget your personal preferences in terms of interior design and styles. Even if it goes against your instincts, the safest bet is to select neutral items. A good interior design trendsetter to follow is Kelly Hoppen, as her style is neutral yet very stylish and appropriate for contemporary and traditional properties. I suggest considering the overall property to help guide you at the beginning of your renovations. If your home is a small, modest property without the attraction of a fantastic location then consider purchasing doors which compliment to area and type of architecture in order to improve saleability. If your property is a luxury home then people will expect doors and other furnishings to be high quality and you may need to invest more, but I advise that which ever style or quality you choose then the finish of the doors is extremely important.
At Doorsan you will find a wide selection of external and internal doors to suit different styles and budgets. If you require any advice on choosing doors for your property you can always call our helpful sales team on 0845 467 1910 or 0113 897 0984.