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When you are getting any home renovation work done, it is crucial to focus on the door design as well. These elements add structure to your home and are functional features that it also enhances its appeal.  

Why there is no shortage of design ideas for Sydney doors, here we look at some that can up the appeal of your property. A well-designed solid timber door can be a great addition to your home, while providing a good level of security.  

Front Door Designs to Create an Excellent Impression

Since the entry door to your home is one of the first things that visitors to your home notice, you need to ensure that its design and structure complement the architectural elements of its structure. When you are looking for an entry door Sydney, some aspects to keep in view include:

  • Styling

  • Use of exterior-grade materials

  • Finishes 

  • Colours

  • Hardware used

Ideally, exterior wooden doors should have a weatherproofing material like a melamine coat to protect them from deterioration. It’s also a good idea to have an awning or entrance porch to keep them well protected from the elements. 

Attractive Entrance Door Designs 

When it comes to front door designs, the sky is the limit. Every homeowner has specific ideas and requirements in terms of styling, materials, and budget. However, here we look at some interesting front door design concepts:

  • A wooden door with glass on three sides creates an arresting aesthetic. You can opt for any hardwood like teak, rosewood, mahogany, cedar etc. to complement the styling of your home. These materials are tough and hardy and age beautifully as well. 

  • If you have a country-style home architecture, then a polished teakwood panelled door can fit in perfectly with a rustic stucco façade. 

  • If you prefer something more elaborate and detailed, then an elegant rosewood door with white panel inserts and cornice detailing could be the way to go.

  • Another elaborate and attractive front door option would be to use a mix of ornamental wrought iron with mahogany panelling. This style can uplift the look of a home with an exposed brick façade.

  • If you fancy clean lines and a crisp architectural style, then a white, moulded panel door can help create that look. You can include windows on either side of the door to permit a view of visitors. This simplistic design looks striking and works well with traditional and modern-style homes. 

 

Opt For High- Quality Entry Doors 

No matter what type of front door you opt for, you must never compromise on material quality. Use the best wood species and hardware in the entrance door construction so that the installation will last for many years with minimal maintenance.

Discuss your requirements with a skilled windows and doors contractor who will also provide door designs and plans based on your preferences. Make sure that the door design you opt for complements the overall styling of your home. These skilled professionals will also handle the installation to industry standards so that your new entry door blends in perfectly with the overall styling of your home. 

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