Posted on Mar 7, 2016 in Home Improvement
Are you in the market to sell your home and looking for a quick and efficient way to increase curb appeal? Everyone knows that a potential buyer’s first view of your home is often the most important, and one of the first things they see is your front door. According to the experts at HGTV, your front door is the key element in shaping a home buyer’s perception of the value of your home. Here are some of the latest and greatest style options for your home, and the best part is, you can order these custom doors online from the comfort of your living room.
Craftsman style doors are one of the most versatile on the market. They can be dressed up or simplified depending on the style and budget of the owner and they always look classy with the clean lines and windows. This is a great option for any decor.
Fancy French Doors
Nothing beats the beauty of French doors. They bring to mind European estates, summer homes, and elegance. Often used as a garden or back door choice, French doors can also be utilized as a front door to add a country chic feel to your home.
There is something stately and solid about an arched top door. It hearkens back to days of stone manor houses and arched entryways that led to grand balls and staterooms. If you’re looking for that “king and queen of the castle” feel, this door is sure to deliver.
Is your home situated in a naturally beautiful spot? Does it feel like a tragedy every time you close the door to keep the outside “out?” A lighted exterior door is the answer to your dilemma. “Lighted” doors have glass windows incorporated into the design of the door to varying amounts. If the beauty of your front yard and lot is something you want to see more of consider a full-light door, with a glass window nearly the same size as the door itself. These solidly made doors maintain their efficiency while allowing every bit of light and beauty of the natural world into your home.
These are just a few of the many options available to you. A new front door is possibly one of the most economical home makeovers you can do to add curb appeal to your house. It might look so good…you’ll reconsider selling.
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