Door Goals: How to Make An Entrance5:36:00 PM
When you think about jazzing up your house, you often think about painting the walls or investing in a new item of furniture. But have you ever thought about updating your internal and exterior doors for a plush pop of colour and a new design? The truth is doors are often overlooked. But really, your front door is the first impression people get of your house. And updating your interior doors can create a stylish update in your home. If you have door goals on your mind, let’s look at some of the ways you can inject some personality into your doors and make that all important entrance.
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The entrance point to your home is the first view people experience at your property. If your front garden and front door are looking a little tired and lacklustre, it’s time to get an update. Your front door is where you can go a bit wilder with colour as it is not competing with any other furniture or colours. Think about the style of your property when you choose to paint your front door. If you have a Mediterranean style property, you can paint your door a vibrant blue, a calming turquoise or a juicy lime. A cottage would suit ivy green or bright yellow. If you have a Victorian or Edwardian style property why not opt for a deep berry or a chic slate grey? Make a good first impression and think outside of the box. Websites such as George Hill Timber Merchant offer solid core, paint-grade external doors. It’s time to create something warm and welcoming or perhaps refreshing and enticing.
If you want to add a contemporary feel to your bathroom why not add a chic sliding door? If this room is not that big, a sliding door is also a great space saver and makes for a fluid entrance point. A sliding door works by building a framework that seamlessly slides inside the adjoining wall. It’s a modern and contemporary look, and there are many styles to choose from. You can choose satin or frosted glass, a plain colour or even a pattern. For the bathroom, we recommend a block colour or frosted glass for privacy. But if you want to add them elsewhere in your house, choosing clear glass is a great way to add more light into your home. They are also brilliant if you have an en-suite bathroom.
If you want understated elegance flowing throughout your home, why not consider painting your interior doors? You can either paint them in the same shade as your walls or one colour darker. This not only creates the illusion of more space but also means your doors seamlessly blend into your design, rather than standing out. If you want to invest more into your doors, you could also replace the doors completely. You can choose all sorts of styles. From vintage doors to exotic veneers and four-panel doors to French-antique inspired doors, there is a whole array of options.
Doors are often overlooked in a property. But as you can see, investing in a stylish design can actually make your home look much more fluid and put together.