Doors make a dramatic difference
from Daily Herald
Ruth Tinley hated the interior doors in her Libertyville, Illinois home. The painted, flat, hollow wood doors were utilitarian and totally unimpressive, and they had been that way since the home was built in 1973. When Tinley heard a neighbor with the same model of home had replaced all of her upstairs doors, she was intrigued. She had always thought replacing the doors would be too expensive and odious because it would have involved pulling out the door frames and ripping up drywall. So the Tinleys just lived with their doors.
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