A front door made of beautiful timber in a rich brown stain pairs beautifully with black and white.
2. Victorian townhouse
Got a Victorian home with an interior to match? Bring your façade into the 21st century with a bold front door in a bright colour.
Take a weatherboard house to the next level by painting the exterior in a darker hue of blue or grey, then set if off with a pale pink timber door.
Is there anything more contemporary than a blac satin front door accented with gold hardware and custom lettering?
Clean lines and simple design with minimal flair is the perfect front door solution for minimalist homes.
Take herringbone timber from the floor to your door and set it off with strong yet simple overside handles.
7. Shabby-chic co-ordination
Looking to really make a statement? Paint both your shutter and/or window frames and front door in the same bright colour.
Make the ordinary extraordinary and repaint an old, traditional door in zany colours.
10. Art deco
Is there anything more art-deco than a gilded door and stylized lettering?
The ability to personalise and customise our furniture, clothing and accessories is a massive trend right now, so why not apply it to your door?
Although a simple design, scaling up the size of your door can give it the unique edge you’re looking for
Dutch doors may not be for everyone, but boy do they make an interesting conversation starter.
14. Next level
Take your door to the next level and go big or go home. Contrast a brightly coloured door with dark trims, and add an over-the-top door knocker for maximum impact.
A red front door is a timeless front door style that looks great on any style of house.
Got a bohemian home full of tan leather, timber, cactus and white-washed walls? Then a timber door in different grains with white seams is the pick for you.
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