Interior Sliding Door
If there’s no dedicated space for your office at home, a sliding door, like the one below, can create a place out of a larger room and turn that into an office nook. These kinds of doors are placed on tracks, leaving the door somewhat open will feel welcoming and not exacting.
Cabana-Style Hanging Beads
You don’t necessarily need a door to close off a room—a decoration made of beads can separate spaces just as quickly. Beaded curtains also add a slightly bohemian vibe, can provide a nice contrast to the rest of the room. And if you decide to use a tension rod, there’s no need to make any holes in your walls either.
Double Fold-In Doors
Why use one door when you can have two? Double doors show just how elegant a symmetrical set of doors can make a room feel. Swinging a pair of doors when coming into a room is definitely a way to make an entrance.
Another way to pep up a plain door is by coating it with chalkboard paint. That way, you’re making the door even more functional, since you can write notes, lists, and reminders to it. The bold black color is a great contrast between the chalkboard paint and the walls that can turn your door into a striking feature.