Your front door is one of the first things guests notice when visiting your home. In addition to providing security and protection, your front door can make a bold statement and reflect your personal style.
But whether or not your current front door matches your home's interior and your taste, if you feel a draft, see any cracks or hear squeaky joints or scraping sounds, it may be time to replace it. Consider your options with some of the most common front door materials and features.
There are multiple styles to choose from, including:
The color of your front door should depend mostly on the exterior style and colors of your house, your personal taste and the type of door chosen. If your house is mostly neutral in color, don't be afraid to go bold with your front door, just like "Chateau Kipper" (pictured above). Contact me to schedule a showing of this beautiful home in Montrose.
Use these tips to help make your front door an inviting entrance that not only offers protection from the elements but also reflects your personal style.