These are the ones that are shaped like a cone, with heavy springs spiraling down to a solid rubber peg. They attach to the lower baseboard, behind the door, and are one of the most affordable options you’ll find at a home improvement or department store.
These resemble tiny anchors, and are mostly admired for their affordability and reliable performance. They are best for lightweight doors since they will not necessarily stop a door from opening, but rather, prevent holes in walls. They are also aesthetically pleasing since they are small and more hidden.
These are commonly referred to as “hinge stops” because they are a floor-mounted door stop that has a hook-and-eye design. These are a multi-purpose item since they stop a door from opening too far, as well as, keep a door open. They are great for standard to moderately-heavy doors.
Dome door stops are popular because they are inexpensive, modern-looking, and modest. They are a dome-shaped cylindrical door stop with a rubber exterior, and they operate similar to baseboard springs. They come in all sorts of finishes and styles, allowing you to blend your device into your baseboards or doors, or add some character with a stylish variation. Their downfall is they are not compatible with concrete or hardwood floors.
Flip down, or “kick down”, door stops are just like the kickstand on your childhood bicycle. When they are needed to stop a door from opening or closing, they manually flip down into place. When they are not being used, they can be manually flipped back up against the wall or baseboard.