Your front door is one of the first things guests will see as they approach your home. So if you’ve got a new front door, you want people to notice it. One of the best ways to do this is to make a good impression by adding accessories to your door, like numbers and door knockers.
Not sure where to start? Follow our guide to find out how to accessorise your door and make it the best on the street.
Get creative with door numbers
There’s no excuse to have those cheap stick-on door numbers from supermarkets stuck on your front door anymore. There are plenty of good-value options for a door number that will reflect the style of your home and show off your personality.
The number in the photo above would look great on a new front door on a new build, displaying how modern and up-to-date your home is. If you’ve got a period home, brass door numbers are a timeless classic.
Don’t forget a knocker for your new front door
Yes, we know most people have doorbells these days, but there’s something great about having a knocker. There are lots of styles to choose from, from kooky designs in the shape of animals to the classic brass rings that we see everywhere.
If you’re feeling daring, what about this bronze door knocker in the shape of a face?
What about a name for your home?
If you’re getting a new front door, what about spending some money on a new sign for the name of your home? There are lots of online businesses that will design signs exactly to your needs.
You could go one step further and rename your home to something that is personal to you and your family. What about combining you and your partner’s name, or naming your home after a much-loved place? The possibilities are endless, and whatever you choose to do you’ll be able to find someone to make a bespoke sign for you.
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