Why not make your house look like it’s worth double what it is?

Updating the look of your front door can be one of the easiest and simplest ways to update the look of your home while increasing its value. And you don’t need to spend a ton of money to do it! We know what you’re thinking: “My front door? That’s gotta be the least expensive thing in my house!”

Well, not so fast. Upgrading your front door is one of the easiest and simplest ways to revamp your home’s look while increasing its value. It’s also a great way to make a statement about who you are—and whom you want to be seen as—in your neighbourhood.

And it’s not just about curb appeal. The right front door can bring out the best in your home and give it an air of sophistication and style that will leave potential buyers drooling over what lies inside.

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Enhance your curb appeal and get inspired by a selection of these front door ideas to stand out on the block.

Wondering what the front door styles are likely to be in 2024? Here are some front door trends that will freshen up the look of your house.

Go with a gray-coloured door.

 It’s no secret that the custom wood door trend took off a couple of years ago, and it’s only been gaining steam since. This year, we think we’ll see these beautiful wood doors get a modern update with a gray stain/glaze. The trend was started by a small group of early adopters in urban centers, but it’s quickly spreading across the country. Expect more and more homeowners to start using this colour scheme for their front doors—and for a good reason. The neutral shade is an excellent choice for modern homes where you want to create an elegant but understated aesthetic or for older homes that need a facelift without going overboard on colour. Grey also offers great contrast against bright reds, oranges, and yellows that are so popular right now in home décor trends—not only does it look stunning next to these colours, but it also works well with all kinds of other colours too!

Use a natural wood stain

Forget about the traditional red door—this year, it’s all about natural wood staining. Use an oil-based stain or a light-coloured latex stain to give your front door a warm and rustic feel. This style is all about bringing the outdoors in—and it’s easy to do with a few simple steps. First, you’ll want to choose a stain that matches the colour of your wood. Then, you’ll need to apply it liberally with a brush or sponge. Finally, wait for the stain to dry before you apply another coat. Your front door will look like it belongs in an Adirondack cabin in no time!