5 LOOKS FOR YOUR FRONT ENTRANCE
Your front entry door is often the first thing people see when looking at your home's exterior. While there are many ways to create curb appeal, your front door is a good place to start and the whole facade of your home can help create the look you are trying to achieve.
The classic look of this timber entry door and the white timber windows make this house appealing to many different tastes. The sophisticated, neutral colour scheme is both stylish and inviting, and the scale of the home makes it feel grand.
These natural tones and weatherboard feature make this home feel relaxed and calm, just as if you were right on the beach’s edge. The white weatherboard and black front door contrast is something that is reminiscent of a Hamptons residence. This type of property and the stylish, but not over-the-top entrance makes this home welcoming for and visitors alike!
The right-angled lines and use of materials make this a unique and interesting entrance. The exterior creates a private entry which conceals much of what the house has to offer from passers-by, yet the extensive glazing gives those who come closer, a welcoming hint of what is beyond and creates an obvious entry point. The property also contrasts between a light and dark colour palette, using an array of interesting and different textured materials.
The sharp lines and timber highlights make this facade a really striking statement. The fully glazed entry door softens the look of the home’s sharp architectural lines, creating an appealing and inviting entry. The bold, timber and black aluminium combo on this property make this a very on-trend statement.
Why just have one front door when you can have two? This beautiful country project puts its own unique spin on street appeal! This barn inspired home hides its entrance, instantly begging the question ‘how do we get in’? The large Colorbond doors create privacy and security, but when these are pushed back to reveal the fully glazed sliding entry door, you are instantly invited in - two amazing facades in one!