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We had the ugliest doors ever in this house. Dark brown laminate, hollow, cheap and tacky, they were hideous. So when I had the opportunity to partner with Metrie on new doors for our place I couldn’t have said YES fast enough; and oh what a difference a Metrie door makes.

Metrie has an incredible selection of doors, narrowing down my choice was hard but the Fashion Forward doors we ultimately decided on are truly show stoppers.

The Fashion Forward doors come either pre-hung or just the door alone. We opted for doors only because we already have casings and moldings in place. They come in standard sizes and are primed and ready to go.

These Metrie Fashion Forward doors are solid and heavy. They help with noise and privacy and we adore them. They have a very cool and on trend look about them but are also still totally classic. Their style lends itself to our 70’s architecture but would blend beautifully in any architecture from traditional, to craftsmen and beyond.

When I found out I would finally have pretty doors in our hallway leading to all the bedrooms upstairs I wanted to add a beautiful runner to the space. I reached out to Rebecca & Genevieve for this because she has such an amazing selection of vintage rugs. The runner she found me is so beautiful that I move it around the house often, so I can enjoy it in every space. But when I leave it upstairs as I originally intended, it acts as a sweet surprise at the top of the stairs in our previously neglected hallway. The Rebecca & Genevieve runner is a stunner.

They doors and runner combined bring so much life an character to our home and I can’t believe what a difference a Metrie door and a vintage Rebecca & Genevieve runner made.

I do want to note that we have some slightly odd sized door casings in our home so that made installation a task. We were able to cut them down to size and make them work, however because the doors don’t come in custom sizes (which is normal) the installation was a job for a skilled handy man. My husband and father in law are well versed in construction projects so they could handle it but even for them it was tricky, so make sure you factor that in.

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