Custom Front Door: Your Home’s First Impression
Your home is an extension of who you and your family are –which means that your front door is especially important in conveying your unique personality and taste. A custom front door provides your family with the opportunity to bring a sense of appreciation for nature into your home’s appearance, and it allows your home to make a remarkable first impression.
For the nature lovers, a custom front door made out of carved wood, such as oak or mahogany, can depict your favorite woodland animals like bears, deer, or even rabbits. It can also bridge your front lawn’s landscaping with your home by portraying carved trees in polished, gleaming wood and glass.
For flower enthusiasts, opting for a custom stained glass front door should be considered. Stained glasses, such as those made by Red Fern Art Studio, can be anywhere from a small window at the top of a single door to two full double doors, with an elaborate landscape of flowers that pay homage to the work of famed stained glass artist Louis Comfort Tiffany.
If you like modern art, consider an elegant custom stained glass front door that features an abstract design. A custom stained glass door from Lacey Door & Millwork will certainly add elegance to your home. Custom stained glass entry doors can be done in a variety of colors using geometric shapes.
If you have an appreciation for the “Old West” and want to welcome friends and family to your own personal ranch, consider the use of forged iron for rustic charm. Forged iron paired with maple or oak plank door, is a great choice.
If your front door leads into an over-sized foyer such as a two story entryway, consider remodeling your home to incorporate over-sized custom front doors. Available in the same variety of styles as regular sized doors, these are built to the same grand scale as your home, adding a dramatic flourish to both your interior and exterior design.
Don’t forget that your custom front door will be seen both on the inside and outside of your home, so when deciding on your custom front door’s style, coloring, and materials, consider the color schemes and other design elements of both spaces.