Option 1: One Good Curve Deserves Another
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.
Twin weathered bronze outdoor wall lights add their sinuous curves to the shapes complementing the arch-top door.
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
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.
Contrasting paint colors make house numbers visible day or night on the inswing steel entry door. Match it with a satin-nickel handleset.
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
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.
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.
Add a warm, friendly glow to the entry with a pair of oil-rubbed bronze lights complete with seeded-glass panels.