You need to be aware of the many ways you can use so as to decorate your door. The number and the shape of the panels are some of the factors you need to consider for you to decorate your door. You can either choose an arched or even a rectangular door that is tradition. Apart from the door you also find that the clavos nails can be used on the door and that is what you are supposed to consider. You find that the nails can also be used on the old world style regardless of the style. It is upon you to choose the clavos you want considering that the manufacturers give you several of them. When having a decorated door there is nothing that will deter you from enjoying the existing benefits.
The fact of the matter is that there are different clavos depending on the appearance. A hammered look is one of the appearances of clavos that fits well in the antique style. There should be no worry anymore if you happen to have a distressed wood but again that should be accompanied by a hammered look. It is upon you to select the color you want from the three most popular ones. The fact remains that the three colors are relatively dark where you should not think of blending with the door. You are only supposed to think of the darkness as a color to capture the attention of many. Whether there exist clavos is something that many will notice in the event of a dark color and that should remain your aim. Clavos are not likely to serve any other purpose within the door considering that they are only meant to decorate. Apart from the different colors you also find that clavos come in different sizes and shapes. It does not mean that there is only a small square in bronze but there are still people who desire a larger circular option in pewter. There should be no more worry about the rusting when it comes to clavos. If you are lucky to have a high quality company then you should expect the clavos to come with a powder coating. There are low chances for the clavos to rust if it has a powder coating. You should not be surprised when you encounter a company giving you a lifetime no rust guarantee.
On your side you must work towards obtaining a good company if you really want to transform your door. You are likely to find that many do not know that the strength and appearance of joints depend on the wood used. Another thing that will also determine the strength of the wood is also how well the wood has been cut and shaped. I suggest that you use the right joining tools. One of the tools you should consider is a hammer to drive nails into the wood.