New looks for front doors

See a range of finishes and stylish designs to suit any home from period to modern.

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Add kerb appeal to your home with one of these latest designs. Choose from contemporary or traditional options in a range of stylish finishes. 

1. For a traditional-style look that includes contemporary features such as vertical grooves, the triple-glazed External Chancery door from Homebase would suit both modern and period homes. Made from engineered oak with a bevelled glass design, it measures (H)203.2x(W)81.3x(D)4.4cm and costs £299. The ironmongery, such as the door handle and letterbox, is sold separately.



2. Urban Front’s Parma door from the e-range is made from European oak and has a contemporary vertical handle. The design features horizontal grooves emphasised by the sidelights, which continue the grooves for a cohesive look. Measuring (H)210x (W)160x(D)8cm, the door costs £4,500 plus VAT including the sidelight. It is available in five other hardwoods and any RAL colourway.

3. Changing your front door is an easy way to introduce colour to give your home kerb appeal. This Portico Carnoustie door in blue is made from uPVC with a wood-effect finish and is supplied as a door set with a frame with adjustable hinges. It measures (H)205.5x(W)88x(D)4.4cm and costs £653.99 from Screwfix. The price includes the handle and letterbox plus a Secured by Design multipoint locking system. The door is also available in red and black.
4. Todd Doors London Sapphire door with triple-glazed decorative panels is an elegant choice for a traditional home. It is made from American white oak veneer with an engineered core and is supplied unfinished. For display purposes, it was finished here in Lamp Room by Farrow & Ball, but a choice of stain or paint finishes is available to order. This door costs from £475 for (H)203.2x(W)81.3x (D)4.4cm and comes in four standard sizes. The door handle and letterbox are sold separately.