There are many different types of door stops decorative in the market. They come in many different styles and design patterns such as whimsical art and animal themed design. Furthermore, you can also create your own door stop decorative using appropriate materials.
Although people don’t give too much attention to decorative door stops, they are quite necessary in any house. They are useful in stopping the door from damaging your wall. You have the possibility to choose from different styles of door stops if you don’t like one in particular. There are varieties of styles and designs for a door stop decorative.
The origin of the first door stop isn’t known, but was probably created about the same time the first door was made. Ancient doors were heavy and required an equally heavy stop to keep the wind from blowing it shut. A stop, historically, was created by using all manner of objects. It was only logical that these evolved into decorative objects as well as serving a utilitarian purpose. Real craftsmanship can be found in antique and modern ones, often whimsical in design.
Decorative door stops are perfect ways to add a finishing touch to a room’s décor. Some of the different decorative door stops are: baskets, horses, ducks, bunnies, cats, dogs, baskets, shells.
Decorative door stops can come in brass or cast iron with a brushed nickel or brushed copper finish. Depending on what goes best with your decorating style. Decorative door stops can range in price from $30 to over $100. You can purchase decorative door stops from catalogs, specialty décor shops, as well as countless websites.
A rigid door stop is most often used by people in their homes. Using a piece of brass along with a piece of rubber, the wall is entirely protected from any hit. Its disadvantage is that it cannot keep the door open, like other door stops do.