Your front door says – or shouts, as the case may be – the most about what kind of person you are, your socio-economic status and so much more. It is the first thing that visitors see when they come calling at your home. Its style and color greet visitors and impart an immediate impression on them about your home. The style of your front door can also increase or decrease your home’s curb appeal.

Another important, related way to increase curb appeal is to install a garage door on your home. Since many houses are designed with a garage that is visible all the way from the street, having a sleek garage door will definitely impact how people view your house.

Apart from the garage doors, other front-entry styles will add significant curb appeal to your home. These may include sliding glass doors, two-way doors or any antique doors available in the market.

The color on your front door also determines curb appeal. The trend right now is to go beyond the conventional blue, red or green doors and experiment with colors that are more diverse. Coupled with glass, even the most intense shade can appear sufficiently soft and appealing on your door. Many realtors now believe that brighter door colors will add to your home’s curb appeal.

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