Trick or Treat! Front Door Design for Your Whole Home Remodel
Halloween has arrived and kids in costume will soon be knocking on your front door! The front door and entry give a first impression of your home. Here are some ideas for greeting “trick or treaters” with style in your whole home remodel:
Materials with Detail
Attention to detail at your entryway immediately sets an artistic, sophisticated mood. Choose a wood or glass with intriguing texture and make interesting craftsmanship the first thing your visitors see. A perfect example is the door above created by San Diego Artist and Sculptor James Hubbell, preserved and restored to its original glory in our recent Ocean Beach whole home remodel.
Design and Color
The front door is a natural place to make a statement with color. Vivid hues can be adapted to any style, from traditional to modern. The design of your entryway should align with the look and feel of your home. A contemporary home would feel awkward with a traditional door and vice versa. Our professional team of designers helps you explore ways to integrate the entryway of your home with your exterior and interior aesthetics.
Lighting and Safety
Careful lighting design along pathways and in entryways keeps visitors safe while adding visual appeal to your home. Practical lighting can also look glamorous, as demonstrated by this glittering chandelier in the entry of an artistic home.
Whether you’re greeting kids in costume, faraway friends, or your next door neighbors, make a first impression with memorable presence! Working with our unified team of architects, designers and construction professionals, you’ll enter a world full of inspiration and discovery for your whole home remodel.