The snow is still to come but that doesn’t stop guests from arriving. Now is the time to get your front door in tip-top shape.
No matter the size, your front door is the first peek into the style of your home. Make sure it pops by giving this outdoor space as much attention as the rest of your home. We’ve found nine pieces that will give a nod to high design without overpowering the space.
Layer them in whatever way you desire. These lanterns in brass give a modern take on an old-time favorite design element. Available at Restoration Hardware for $395-$1,125.
The thin bands of iron don’t overpower the front door space, and they allow for the plants that sit in the clay pots to have their moment. Available at Anthropologie for $228.
A simple, natural welcome is all that is needed for the actual door. Available at Terrain for $128.
Update the most important element of your doorway with these aluminum and stainless-steel geometric numbers designed by Richard Neutra. Available at Design Within Reach for $18.90-$22.95 (sale).
The brushed stainless steel allows for a hint of modern minimalism for the announcement bell. Available at Design Within Reach for $125.
Give a proper welcome to your guests. It may even become a conversation starter. Available at Plow and Hearth for $79.95.
An elegant knocker in a classic brass ring can be the centerpiece of your entryway. Available at Pottery Barn for $49.50.
The slight slant of these fiberglass and concrete planters allow for your floral pickings to show off a little more. Available at Crate and Barrel for $59.95-$79.95.
There is no rule that a doormat has to be perfectly rectangular or invite guests with a quippy saying. Available at CB2 for $49.95.