Healthy competition is often very advantageous for the consumer and this is certainly the case in relation to hardware in the home.
Years ago the choice when selecting interior doors was very limiting but now the opposite is true and almost anything is possible.
Most doors are now manufactured in factories which means they are good quality but at much lower prices.
If you want a more luxurious finish then there are still craftsmen in existence that will do just that.
However, for most people a door is a door and once painted or varnished it is more practical than anything else. There are plenty of other items that are worth spending extra money on for example a more comfortable dining room table and chairs or sofa.
Most houses have standard door sizes, mainly to meet the requirements of the building trade. If there is a potential fire hazard then special fire resistant doors for the inside of your home may be a better option. In most cases they look the same as any other door but are made from superior wood.
It is often advisable to have all internal doors exactly the same, it adds cohesion and white is always a good fresh look. However, there are different options and any color is possible. Doors with same color as the walls can work well in some spaces.
Many people like to have wood rather than painted doors, although they can take a bit more maintenance. Ensure that you apply at least two layers of varnish, scrimping will only mean that the doors will need more maintenance sooner rather than later.