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Versatile and unsurprisingly, very popular, grey doors and frontages have taken over from white and dominated in the last few years. As a colour, grey tends to highlight "contemporary style" when used for windows - but it can work just as well for doors. 

At Urban Front we offer a wide range of painted colour options on all of our door designs. So whether you're after an anthracite front door or a light grey garage door, you're sure to find your ideal colour finish.

Keep reading below to see a selection of Urban Front's grey doors on some amazing properties.

1. Magpie Farm: anthracite grey front doors

This great development by TG Designer Homes is set in Kent in the picturesque town of Appledore.  Our Numero doorset with vertical grooves in a dark anthracite grey RAL colour is set in architectural glass to add grandeur to this contemporary coastal home. The door is tall at 2.7m and 1.2m wide and really sets the tone for the entrance.  

All the houses on the development have the same door, but each is etched with its own house number.  

To learn more about TG Designer Homes go to their website here: www.tgdesignerhomes.com

 

2. Central London: Root grey internal doors

These stunning internal doors are our Root design in an anthracite grey.

When our customer initially asked us for this door colour internally we were a bit sceptical. But it proves that any design can work if it's done properly with a certain degree of thought. Here, the doors match the floor (if you look closely you can see the geometric design) and all the frames are in a simple white. We love how the light accentuates the colours and design.

3. Cladded house: Rondo V anthracite grey exterior door

It's always a good idea to create contrast and make your front door stand out. This was definitely the case with this great house by TW2 Architects. Our Rondo V exterior door in anthracite grey stands out fabulously against all that cladding and also looks impressive from the inside against the glaring white walls. You will also notice that the door is vertical whereas the cladding is horizontal - another way to create contrast and interest.

The Rondo V design can be made with stainless steel strips or without.  These tend to stand out when used on a RAL door. 

4. Contemporary Cheshire home: Root grey front door

We all love this door in the office as it really brings home what Urban Front is all about. The Root design here looks fabulous in it's very distinctive surround in zinc and the aluminium curtain walling around it.

Going for a lighter colour on your door than the rest of the windows on the building is a great way to ensure that your front door stands out.

The Root e80 with pivot opening shown here is approximately 1.2m x 2.4m and is in the RAL colour 7004.

view Urban Front's contemporary grey door ranges

All Urban Front doors can be finished in many options of painted grey. Browse our door designs below to learn more.

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