Stained glass interior doors – The door frame decor helps to set the tone for your home’s architecture and interiors. Your exterior doorframes contribute to people’s first impression of your house and your interior doorframes mark the space. Clean the areas around your doors. A long diet can reach the rafters and trim that tend to gather cobwebs. Remove stacks of newspapers and other clutter from areas around exterior doors.
For stained glass interior doors, attach a lightweight plaster arch that extends from one top corner of a frame to the opposite corner. Inspect the ends to your doorframes. Look for dents, holes and wounds, which you can fill with wood putty. After the wood putty dries, sand areas makes them flush with the doorframes. Prime and paint your door frames. Two coats of primer followed by two coats of paint should be enough.
Create decorative trim around the interior. A thin line of painted tiles has an artisan look. If you prefer a simpler look, use stencils paint design crawling ivy, ethnic motifs or Paisley around doors. Decorate stained glass interior doors frames with lightweight pieces that did not stop people passing through doorways. String up festive lights around a door to a festive look or for special occasions. A valance fabric has a feminine look of a doorway.