Shut the front door

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Your front door sets the tone for what lies be­yond. Part of the fa­cade, it’s a tran­si­tional el­e­ment stat­ing who you are and what peo­ple can ex­pect in­side.

As it is also part of the in­side of your home, the front door is in­flu­enced by in­te­rior trends.

“Trends in de­sign def­i­nitely in­flu­ence the front door,” says Carver Broomhall from Park­wood Doors. “As more cus­tomers build mod­ern homes, the tra­di­tional doors with raised and fielded pan­els de­crease, while mod­ern doors with straight lines and glass in­stead of pan­els, be­come more preva­lent.”

Corinthian Doors’ sun­burst de­sign mixes a clas­sic tim­ber frame with glass to let in the light.

The Sor­rento tim­ber pivot door from Ur­ban Front Doors makes a stylish state­ment.

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