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Front Entry Makeover

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Give a plain entry instant curb appeal with a new door and accents. We’ll show you three options.

Three Styles of Front Doors and Front Entries.

Option 1: One Good Curve Deserves Another

Round-Top Front Door, Window Boxes with Flowers, Wall Lights and Topiaries.

Accent an arch-top door with the natural curves of twisty topiaries in clay pots. The fiberglass door resembles real wood, but won’t rot or warp. An aged-bronze handleset matches the look. Planters beneath windows provide more opportunities to add splashes of color.


Lantern-Look Outdoor Wall Sconces in Weathered Bronze.

Twin weathered bronze outdoor wall lights add their sinuous curves to the shapes complementing the arch-top door.


Two Iron-Look Semicircular Welcome Mats Placed Together to From a Circle.

A pair of 18-inch x 30-inch semicircular welcome mats rounds out the curvy theme. They look like wrought iron, but are made from recycled rubber.


Option 2: Clean Lines

Contemporary Front Door Treatment in Blue and Green with a Planter, Wall-Mount Exterior Light and Wall-Mount Mailbox

Start with a clean-look door and create pizzazz with fresh paint (Valspar Duramax Sassy Green and Ocean Soul). Then add sleek lines with the sconce light and wall-mount mailbox.


Detail of House Numbers Painted Blue on a Green and Blue Entry Door.

Contrasting paint colors make house numbers visible day or night on the inswing steel entry door. Match it with a satin-nickel handleset.


DIY Raised Planter on a Porch Filled with Plants.

This DIY raised planter dresses up the look with simple, clean lines. Keep it filled year-round with your favorite seasonal plants and flowers to add color and life to your porch.


Option 3: Handmade Character, Easy Care

Craftsman-Style Door with Decorative Glass on a Porch with Exterior Wall Lights, a House Number Plaque and a Wall-Mount Mailbox.

A craftsman-look fiberglass door with decorative glass upgrades the look of a brick ranch. The Venetian bronze knob and deadbolt complement the Early American stain finish. Turn your house number into a bold style statement with an address plaque and finish with a letter-perfect bronze mailbox.


A Front Door Canopy in Terra Cotta Fabric over an Entry Door.

Add a dramatic, stylish welcome and shield visitors from rain with a front door awning. The terra cotta color of the fabric canopy shown here works well with the colors of the brick and door.


Lantern-Look Extrior Wall Light in an Oil-Rubbed Bronze Finish.

Add a warm, friendly glow to the entry with a pair of oil-rubbed bronze lights complete with seeded-glass panels.


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