Match the style of your house. "For the most part, the doors we use for the closets in our projects match the door style being used throughout the rest of the house," says Pi Smith of Smith & Vansant Architects. "Door style — panel layout and material — relates to the overall style and character of the house, so the choice of doors is a specific design decision we make on each project."For this house, Smith's team used four-panel doors that are typical of the early-20th-century lake cottages found in the area where the firm is located in Vermont. Smith commented that this type of door looks nice paired with closets, particularly in this case, where they're symmetrically composed around a fun dormer window.The doors are solid, painted MDF with Emtek oil-rubbed-bronze hardware.