Door Design. Wednesday , November 22nd , 2017 - 12:08:12 PM
Pink and grey were the colors of the first mural which gave the impression that a woman and a man were driving in to the garage but now the main entrance of the garage has an old car standing there. To make their home look different from other ones in their neighborhoods, the husband wife duo decided upon this bright idea. The garage mural apparently does not serve the function as intended by the husband wife duo and is now being used as a landmark for providing directions to their neighbors.
If you wish to go for a more contemporary feel, then opt for front door designs which have clean lines and a minimalist look along with impressive looking handles. If you want to have glass inserts, then try and have the translucent, stained or etched glass. It is gaining popularity as it allows a lot of light inside, affords privacy and at the same time blends seamlessly with the home's overall look. Those in the business say that pivot doors and those which combine timber with metal inserts are also widely successful as they lend a very European look. Now days you even have custom-made doors which are both high on aesthetics and other practical considerations. All these tips should help you in making the right decision while scouting for front door designs.
If you like the prospect of a solid and sturdy wood door to lead out to your patio Mediterranean inspired doors can imbue some warmth inside and out. Characterized by oversized archways, tile work, and highly textured engraving, the right exterior wood door can conjure up the south of France or Spain in your backyard. Perfect for lush gardens these doors help create the sense of a garden as a truly isolated and relaxing space within an otherwise busy or hectic home. Mediterranean inspired exterior wood doors can make a great backdrop for garden parties, evenings lounging outside with a glass of wine, or a weekend brunch in the sunshine. These doors are also a great option for patios that use a lot of warm natural stonework. These traditionally thick exterior wood doors can be given a dark stain that provides an earthy contrast to the stonework.
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