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When it comes to choosing a colour for your front door, why not look towards rosewood? Avoid the hassle of a real wooden door and the maintenance it comes with, consider choosing a composite rosewood front door for fantastic appeal.
Wooden front doors have always been popular in the UK because of their beautiful look, but with rosewood front doors you can combine practicality and aesthetic appeal. These front doors look brilliant with traditional homes but you could even consider them with your modern property too. One thing’s for sure, you’ll leave a lasting impression on any visitors.
A composite Rosewood front doors provide excellent style and sophistication. And when you combine this colour with a composite door you’ll have all the fantastic energy efficiency and hardwearing benefits you could possibly need.
Composite Rosewood front doors are growing in popularity and it doesn’t take a genius to see why. When you have the chance to combine the beautiful look of real wood with the practicality of a composite door, you’re giving your home the very best.
But even if you’ve already fallen in love with our rose wood front door styles, don’t rush your decision. There are certain aspects that need great consideration:
There are rules when it comes to creating a colour scheme in your home, but how much should you let this affect your judgement? Essentially, for a front door you’ll want to consider the type of home you have and decide what would go best with the property. Our experts are well placed to offer top advice on this, but never choose something which you don’t like – Only you have to live with it!
Kerb appeal is vital, especially when it comes to selling your home. Think of the difference between a well-kept front garden, pristine driveway and beautiful front door, compared to a home which has been left unmaintained. The front door is crucial to kerb appeal and if your door is old and tired it’s time for an upgrade.