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Wood effect oak front doors

When it comes to choosing a new front door for your home, there are so many styles and designs on offer it can seem difficult to just pick one. And something that has become more and more popular is the oak front door. This is typically because of the opportunity to get a wood effect door without the hassle of the real thing.

Instead, installations tend to be composite doors with a wood effect GRP skin to give aesthetic appeal. As a composite door you’ll have all the excellent benefits of efficiency, security and durability, but there’ll be little maintenance required.

Real wood or wood effect is very popular in this country, especially for homeowners with traditional looking properties. Wooden window frames are often seen instead of uPVC and it’s the same reason you may pick oak front doors.

Essentially, with an oak front door you can combine practicality and a strong visual appeal. Without being constructed from real wood, you still gain the elegance and sophistication.

Of course, when it comes to choosing any new front door, a lot will come down to your personal taste as well as your home’s appeal.

Style and personality

Getting the right front door colour for your home is very important. After all, there are unwritten rules about which colours can and can’t be mixed, so your decision is crucial. But don’t let this have an overbearing effect on your choice. After all, this is your home so pick something you’re comfortable with.

Making an impact

Front doors are vitally important to your home’s kerb appeal, along with a well-kept driveway and garden. As such you should pick a front door that looks great and is sure to wow any guests and visitors. Even in the future your front door can make or break the sale of your home.

With the amazing benefits you get from an oak front door it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see why they’re so popular. With oak front doors you can get the best of both worlds: a fantastic composite front door with the beautiful oak effects.

Evy Coe

Evy works for Quotatis as a Content Marketing Executive. She loves to write about interior design and help homeowners with their DIY projects.