Richmond, 1930's refurbishmentContemporary Entrance, London

Inspiration for a contemporary front door in London with a blue front door. —  Houzz
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timamoonTimamoon wrote:6 July 2017
  • tr2012
    2 years ago

    Can you tell me the make and colour of the door paint please. It looks great.

lloyd_holmanlloyd_holman wrote:22 June 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Victoria Harrison added this to Forget the Spring Clean – Have You Tried an Autumn Blitz?6 September 2017

    Make way for winter bootsAutumn means wet weather gear, so you’ll need to clear enough space in your hallway or coat cupboard to make way for all the wellingtons, raincoats and thick winter gear that are likely to pile up when the days get crisper.Pack away any lightweight summer shoes and coats to clear as much cupboard/hall space as possible, and make sure you have a good sturdy doormat and boot scraper ready to give muddy boots a quick clean outside the front door.

    Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Ways to Prepare Your Home for a Cosy Autumn26 September 2016

    Pep up your entranceCheer yourself up on colder days by creating a warm welcome to your home. Autumn is the perfect time to spruce up your front door, as it’s generally still mild enough to paint outside. Choose a cheerful colour that will make everyone smile. Make sure you give the wood a good sand beforehand and buy an exterior paint that will protect it in all weathers. It’s also a good idea to take the hardware off beforehand, so now might be a good time to invest in a brand-new doorknob or letterbox. The rest of the front garden might need a tidy up, too. After all, you’ll probably see more of the front than the back garden during the winter. Plant some evergreen shrubs that will provide an attractive structure throughout the cold months, and add a couple of winter-flowering plants to boost interest.

    Cheryl Freedman added this to 10 Simple Ways to Create a Gorgeous Front Garden25 March 2016

    Repaint your doorDon’t forget your door when making over your front garden – it’s a big part of the first impression. Try being a bit bold: vibrant turquoise might not seem an obvious choice for a 1930s brick terrace, but here it adds a modern feel. If your front door is faded, scuffed or peeling, now could be the time to address it.

    Lara Watson added this to Prep Your Home for Easter Guests with this Essential Checklist26 February 2016

    Spruce up the front doorAdd a fresh note to your entrance with a plant or spring wreath. Greenery lifts the spirits and setting a beautiful scene even before the door has been opened gives you lots of host and/or hostess high fives. Spring wreaths are a fun make for the whole family. You can get hold of wicker or polystyrene bases at craft shops, which you can then decorate with all manner of fresh flowers and cuttings, ribbons, yarn or fluffy pompoms. Just have lots of pins to hand.If you’re not feeling too crafty or have trouble keeping plants alive, give the front door a lick of paint. Try a different, brighter shade to welcome in the warmer months as well as your Easter guests.

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    Ruaidhri Murphy added this to Ruaidhri's Ideas28 March 2021

    Proportions, pattern and nice colour

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