Montagu Square traditional-entrance
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Montagu Square Traditional Entrance, London

Entrance door with brass hardware and black wood planters. Stephen Perry and Mike Guest
Large traditional front door in London with a single front door and a black front door. — Houzz

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birchyem wrote:
I love the lined brickwork - does this effect have a name?
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I think if install some creative crafts on wall decoration. It will be more welcome.
francoisew wrote:
The brickwork effect - The brickwork effect is called a rusticated wall. Usually seen on the ground floor of Palladian/neo classical, Renassience and classical building.

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Jo Simmons added this to Boost Kerb Appeal by Going Green at Your Front Door
Get some perspectiveHere, two simple planters, either side of the path to the front door, are home to neatly clipped box bushes. They help to draw the eye towards the entrance, creating a mini runway effect, and soften the harsh appearance of the black railings.Get more ideas for improving your kerb appeal
Jo Froude added this to How to Improve Your Home’s Kerb Appeal
Sharpen upIf your doorway is at close quarters to the street, aim for hotel-style perfection with crisp lines and glossy surfaces. Ensure paintwork on everything from the door to walls and railings is tidy, with no peeling patches, then line the steps with super-smart planters and clipped foliage.
Susannah E James added this to Lifestyle: 10 Things to do Before Putting Your House Up For Sale
Step outsideIt’s the first thing a potential buyer will see, so look critically at the outside of your house. Does the front door need painting? Is the path clear and free of cracks. Are plants and trees neatly trimmed? This is your chance to make a killer first impression, so use it!Boost your kerb appeal with plants
Andrea Von added this to Lifestyle: 13 Things You Should Know Before Buying a House
Talk to the neighbours‘Don’t just visit the property/area at various times of the day and night – also research the neighbourhood and, if possible, try talking to residents and neighbours. Neighbours can offer much information about property issues, noise issues and crime that may be glossed over by agents and sellers.’ biigem

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anthonyesangbedo added this to anthonyesangbedo's ideas
The security spikes and the “flower pots”!
Dinesh Toprani added this to Dinesh's ideas
Entrance door and side plants .

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