If you want to add nail-head detail to your own doors, it's important to keep cost in mind. Although the hardware is small, it can quickly add up. Cut down costs dramatically by leaving as little as one-eighth of an inch of space between each nail head instead of stacking directly on top of one another, like was done here for this laundry room's bifold doors.
A wall of steel-framed interior windows and bifold doors allows natural light to flow from the exterior windows in this kitchen to the adjoining dining room. The striking, industrial-style wall adds architectural interest while helping to cultivate a bright, airy atmosphere.
While stainless steel and nickel are the most popular choices for interior door hardware, dark bronze is just as readily available and it's more unique. Here, dark black-brown bronze knobs are added to coordinate with the nail-head trim on the laundry room's fabric-covered bifold doors.
To add a touch of high design, simple ready-made bifold closet doors were given an update with fabric and batting. For a not-too-overwhelming pattern, a transitional geometric with shades of charcoal, beige and brown was used.