The front of your home gives visitors an insight into your style and personality. When guests arrive, attention is normally paid to the colour of the front door or even the garden. Some homeowners like to leave a subtle message on their door mat.
One of the common complaints people have about new build properties is a lack of character and individuality. But there are all sorts of things you can do to make a new build property your own – inside and out. Choosing a front door that separates your new build from the neighbours is a great way to start. Here are some tips to do just that.
Accessories are a great way to enhance the look of your front door whilst adding useful functions and improving home security. These are some of our recommended accessories.
The art of feng shui is to enhance and balance natural energy. Your home gets its energy through the front door so it needs to be strong, healthy in appearance and well maintained. Below are five steps for achieving great feng shui from your front door.
We’ve used our simple to use online design tool to re-create the look of another famous front door from the world of film.
This time we take a trip to Notting Hill and the striking blue front door which was home to Hugh Grant’s bookshop owner William Thacker.
Is there such a thing as the perfect front door? Here we investigate the important factors when choosing the ideal entrance to your home.
We’re giving one lucky person the chance to enjoy a great summer with £250 worth of John Lewis vouchers. To be in with a chance of winning simply answer the below questions in our 2015 Front Door Survey.
As the end of spring approaches and we prepare to welcome in the warmth, we have put together a few of our favourite front door ideas to make your home more secure and stylish this summer. Let’s take a look!
If you’re choosing a new front door, getting the right colour is imperative. Not only do different colours dramatically alter the appearance of your home, they can also reflect your own personality. Here are five of the most popular door colours and the perceptions they create.
We’ve used our simple to use online design tool to re-create the look of one of films most recognisable front doors.
Bag End is the home of Bilbo Baggins, the fictional character created by legendary writer J.R.R. Tolkien. The front door is circular in shape, a deep shade of green with a large regal door handle in the centre.