We always get asked about matching doors to the internal hallway, whether you have tiles, concrete or wood flooring, it is a bit of a dilemma to make the right choices. Have a look at these ten homes and what they've done with this very under valued room!
From top to bottom:
1. The Root door in grey is darker than the internal doors and floors and really stands out in the glass surround.
2. You can add warmth to an otherwise cold space with a European Oak front door.
3. Mixing traditional furniture with a contemporary door can work.
4. Walnut front door and a European Oak floor work well together and add definition.
5. Dark anthracite grey really works with light coloured tiles and white walls.
6. An Iroko front door in this instance really brings all the different wood together in a very white space.
7. A tiled wall in the hallway gives you a tunnel view of the very dark ebony stained Rondo V front door.
8. The Iroko Parma front door in this instance really works with all the greenery and view.
9. Grey tones really work with a European Oak ceiling detail and front door.
10. A front door in Iroko oiled and a much lighter staircase in a limed oak marry quite well in this otherwise very white space.
11. Here's a grand option where stainless steel is used to bring everything together.
If you'd like any other help with deciding on your front door and your hallways design, do give us a call we have hundreds of images that we could send you.