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Why not go back to basics with a white front door and create a sophisticated entrance to your home? It’s the traditional colour for a front door and you can ensure to have the perfect finish by creating your dream installation.
Most new properties come with the white door, bringing a fresh vibe to the appeal. So if you’re looking to update your home then don’t ignore this colour. It doesn’t need to be a modern home either, and even if you live in a rustic cottage you can make a bold statement with a white front door. Think about the contrast and lasting impression you can leave on friends, family and any visitors.
White front doors ooze style and when you combine this with a composite door you have all the security and energy efficiency you’ll need. In fact, everything you could want is encapsulated in a composite white front door.
You’re likely to have seen a white front door on many homes and it’s easy to see why. Because it blends seamlessly with the rest of a property’s exterior and gives off a pristine effect. But no matter the colour you want for your front door, don’t rush a decision and choose the first style you see. The colour wheel is a good place to start and will help you to get a better understanding of what will and won’t work.
Although you’ll find certain ‘rules’ when it comes to mixing and matching colours, you should take your home’s appeal into account too. What type of home do you have? What would or wouldn’t go with your property? Only you will really have an idea of which colours will look great so make sure to look through a large sample of different colours.
The colour you select will ultimately have a significant effect on kerb appeal for your home. Colour can invoke emotion too, making your decision even more vital. Lighter tones can suggest a playful and friendly appeal, whilst dark colours will boost sophistication and aid in providing a traditional style.