Interior Door Question
My house was built in 1986. It has brown stained baseboards and trim around all of the doors. The house has hollow core interior doors (flat with no panels) with brown veneer, but over the years, the veneer has started to peel off in strips (and the children helped the matter when they were young). Also, a few of the doors have holes in them, caused by the door stops (mounted at the top).
I am in the process of doing repairs before I retire. I would like to replace all of the interior doors, but I am wondering what I should use.
Should I just try to get the same type of door (to help match the trim), or get paneled doors. If I get paneled doors (they are wood, right?), they will not come with a veneer, and I assume I will have to paint them. Will it look strange to paint them the wall color with the brown trim around them?
All advice is appreciated, but I will not paint the baseboard and trim a different color as that is just more work than I am willing to do.