Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Since we all have one and they are the first thing that a person sees when they visit your home, today it's all about making an entrance!
Front doors can be large and architectural -
On the left: pivot door from Portella Iron Doors and entry door from Keratuer
In the centre: "Modern Front Door" from Modern Furniture
On the right: beautiful timber and glass entry door from Noosa Door Centre, modern entry door by Keratuer and"Lumina" entrance door from Corinthian Doors
or more traditional in style -
Clockwise from the top left: "Ealy House" front door, historic Seaport home entrance, fresh in white - door via tiennie knits, a lovely Heritage Door, a beautiful door via This Old House and farmhouse front door via Nibs Blog
They can be made of glass -
Images: a beautiful entrance at this Westlake home, gorgeous yellow door from Sarah's Party Perfect, a pair of beachy white doors at Hale Laka, contemporary glass door from Kuhl Doors and a dramatic entrance in charcoal from Daily Home Renovation Tips
Look beautiful in natural timber -
Left: "Logie" Highland Cottage
Centre: Christy's Thrifty Decorating
To the right: 1920's oak front door and 19th Century pine front door both from UK Architectural Heritage
or equally as lovely when painted -
All the colours of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet!
So, if you haven't already, what are you waiting for? Time to make a statement with your front door! I think I might be taking to mine with a paint brush in the not too distant future.
And don't forget -
“When one door closes, another one opens"
|Image via OsloBlossoms|
So there you have it - home improvement suggestions and some words of wisdom for you on a Wednesday!
Posted by StephieB at 6:50 PM