If you're living in a home built after World War II, odds are good that you have a hollow core door or two inside. These doors are popular because they are lightweight and inexpensive, but they also are often dull and generic.
The typical hollow core door is made of medium-brown lauan with a bright, brass doorknob. It's a style that's definitely dated.
If you're interested in adding custom doors to your home for a more cohesive design but are put off by the price tag attached to replacing all of your interior doors at once, don't despair. Try these three DIY upgrades to turn your existing hollow core doors into a part of a fresh, new look for your home.
Step 1: Add Trim
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