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Inspirational Front Door Designs

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The front door is the first thing most visitors see up close. It is the entry way to your house, and needs to serve not only to keep intruders out, but to create a sense of separation between indoors and outdoors.

Because of the combination of functionality and style, front doors a great type of design to look at. They have to match the house style, and also the environment and location of the house itself. Whether it’s a wrought-iron door, a wooden door, Yale composite doors, or even a glass door, door designs say a lot about your house.

Here’s some inspirational front door designs for you:

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Modern Door Design

2

Modern Front Door 2

3

Iron Front Door Design

4

Huntington Beach Door

5

Contemporary Entry, Seattle

6

Contemporary Entry, San Francisco

7

Black Front door Design

8

Modern Door with Elegant Look

9

Smart Decorated Door

10

India Door

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Eric Shafer is the new managing editor of TheFinishedBox, and owner of CreativeFan as well.

  • http://www.bayviewwindows.ca/ Elwood Kriston

    #1 is perfect as an office door because it looks so professional. #3 is perfect for a Victorian-style house. Definitely looks elegant.

  • Ronald Miller

    Each of these doors can be used in any residential or commercial space if you want to. Well, it all depends on the design and the type of the house or office. For example, if you want the room of your daughter to look more girly, then the door in picture 9 is the right one for it. On the other hand, if you want to look more professional, picture 1 is a good choice.

    Ronald Miller

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