Make a statement with your front door that reflects your personal style and compliments the exterior of your home. Not sure what your style is? Let’s take a look at some common door designs and the features that set them apart.
This look shows clean, straight lines and a smoother door surface. Neutral colors like brown, gray and pewter bring warmth to the design. Frosted or translucent glass would allow light in while maintaining privacy. It has an overall minimalist feel. You may even see wood combined with metals. This style’s door is often over-sized giving it a grand feel.
Hardy and textured come to mind when you think of the word rustic. These doors are often made of wood or mimic wood (think metal). Clear glass panels and a raised arch are common features. Hardy, cast iron fixtures would round out this rural look.
Often featuring one window at the upper-third of the door with a small shelf called a Dentil. This popular design is generally constructed of wood. Simple and elegant, you may see thicker molding and paneling on the lower portion of the door. Sidelights that mirror the door’s look may also feature a more intricate glass design.
Always a classic, this door usually features paneling and contains glass inserts. A rectangular, symmetrical shape is most common, but you may find a bolder paint color being used. The hardware is sleek in nature with a pewter or brass finish. This style comes in wood, metal and fiberglass options, making it very versatile.
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