Please use the following as a guide, if you feel strongly about getting a certain door in your favourite colour with certain accessories then please do so – this page is aimed at people who are undecided on what to get.
Step 1. Front door designs
Most estate agents would recommend staying true to its original exterior style of your home as this helps with kerb appeal. Look at the front of your home from the distance and decide what style would suit it most. If you live in a cottage and cottage style front door would be recommended, if you live in a modern home something in our contemporary (including the virtu-al range). Most customers like the traditional range as it offers classic aesthetics and suits a wide range of oh homes.
Once you have decided in a range, consider how much light you want to let into the room/corridor which is behind the front door or what sort of visibility you want to provide from the outside in. We have decorative glass which offers a level of privacy but also lets natural light in if you want the best of both.
Step 2. Front door colours
The first thing people notice about a door is the colour and therefore choosing the right shade is important. We provide 7 standard colours and 14 special colour. To find a complimentary colour to your home, consider is the colour of your external wall around the front door and use the guide below:
– Red bricks consider green, blue
– Yellow bricks consider blues, green
– Stone shade consider browns, green
– Cream walls consider greens, reds
White, grey and black shades suit any external wall colours.
Step 3. Front door accessories (hardware)
The finish of door furniture is normally based on the door colour. Most people go for stainless steel, chrome or graphic finish however if you are getting a brown grain door you might want to consider gold and if you are getting a cottage door then black is sometimes desirable.