The way we live our lives dictates what a modern style is and this is the same for front doors. There is now a whole range of modern (or contemporary) front doors for you to enjoy if you want to move away from the traditional appeal and transform your home.
Modern living has changed somewhat over the last 10 years or so, which makes it important to adapt your life accordingly. Of course, with the front door you’ll want something that’ll enhance both your lifestyle and the value, whilst meeting a number of necessary criteria.
So let’s start from the beginning. What are front doors? Essentially they’re the focal point to any home’s exterior. They are an important part of the kerb appeal and one of the first things any guests or visitors will notice. That’s why the front door needs to wow.
It’s not just for the appeal though that a front door is necessary. Security is also a big deal when it comes to your front door, which is why all doors should meet excellent standards. They’re fitted with the latest locking mechanisms and the GRP skin ensures it’s durable and resistant to impacts.
That’s the necessities looked at then, so how about the appeal as a whole. Why should you be choosing a contemporary front door? Style is timeless – What is new today will be a classic in the years to come. So choosing a modern style now won’t mean it’ll be outdated in a decade’s time.
Composite doors are also a modern feature themselves. Previously it was wooden or uPVC doors which were the industry norm, so combining contemporary styling with the composite installation you’ll have a thoroughly modern fit.
There are plenty of wonderful colours to pick from too. From the traditional black or white to more colourful options including red, blue or green. By choosing something a little different, you can ensure setting your home apart from the crowd with a front door that looks incredible.
You’ll also have a number of modern front doors to choose from as well, including Budapest, Oslo, Milan and Rome. You can also choose the best features to go with your new door too, picking accessories such as letter boxes, knockers and glazing.