The entrance doorway of a house and the decoration around it give visitors a strong sense of building style. In WND we take care to make your entrance door look spectacular, we show you some models:

  • Arched Shutters

The front door of any house says volumes about its style and the tastes of its occupants.
With its twin sconces, urns, and half-moon shutters, this arched doorway is a study in symmetry with one exception: one panel of the six-panel door is glazed to create a clever peephole. Limestone voussoirs wedge-shaped stones that form the arch anchored by a prominent keystone provide depth to the portal, which is counterbalanced by the cheery red door.

  • Tudor Arch

Alternating smooth and roughly cut quoins topped by a hood mold frame this masonry doorway. The wood-panel door with wrought-iron scrolled strap hinges tucked within the entryway echoes the pointed arch.

  • Elliptical Fanlight

Furthermore, leaded sidelights, a window, and a fanlight brighten an otherwise dark wooden door. The broad arch of the doorframe contrasts the steeply gabled entrance and vertical lines of the Tudor Revival house’s half-timbering.

  • Cottage Dutch Door

A tongue-and-groove Dutch door, painted an earthy shade of teal, is a perfect complement to a stone cottage—complete with vine-like scrolled strap hinges.

  • Ornate Ironwork

An enclosed pentagon-shaped portico makes for a dramatic, formal entry, with a ornate iron balustrade and security gate. Arched windows echo the wheel window in the gabled facade.

  • Gothic Gable

Setting into a corner of a stone house, a Gothic-style gable actively alters the perspective of the entry. Red trim highlights the way the collar board and Celtic-cross cut-out are the mirror silhouette of the door’s top lights.


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