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.|