front door sage green - 6 Instagram front doors with bundles of kerb appeal - inspiration -

6 Instagram front doors with bundles of kerb appeal

April 30, 2020

Take some inspiration from these amazing front doors we’ve spotted on Instagram to amp up your own kerb appeal.

front door sage green - 6 Instagram front doors with bundles of kerb appeal - inspiration -

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Thinking about giving your front door a makeover during lockdown? Here are a few showstoppers that we’ve spotted on Instagram recently. And if you’re thinking about repainting your front door, take a look at our handy step-by-step guide.


Sally has recently painted her traditional wooden front door a lighter shade of pink ready for the summer months and we’re sure you’ll all agree, it looks fabulous! Sally also proves that fairy lights aren’t just for winter and can look just as pretty and cosy during spring. Hang a spring wreath for that perfect finishing touch.


Take inspiration from Melanie and give your front door a blue hue makeover. Brass fixtures and fittings are extremely popular for 2020 and this door definitely proves why.


Dean and Borja are currently in the process of renovating their ‘tiny estate’, which includes a main Georgian house and various other out buildings. We love the bright yellow shade of their main front door as it’ll no doubt bring a smile to any visitors face. Not to ignore the grand pillars that sit pretty beside it.


Consider switching up your door furniture to amp up your kerb appeal just like Jane. This Instagram-famous bee knocker is always a popular choice. Another idea to consider is changing your stained glass to a new design, which will give your door an instant refresh.


Kristin has decorated her monochrome front porch with a gorgeous handmade NHS-themed rainbow wreath to show her support in the current lockdown. It truly sings against the backdrop of her black door with gold detailing and we can’t resist her patterned pathway either.


Flowers and plants undoubtedly jazz up the exterior of a property. Take notes from Amy Davies from @littlehouseinlondon and invest in some hanging baskets, potted plants and even a wreath to hang on your front door all year round. Make sure to choose a colour that you aren’t going to get bored of.


Are you planning a front door makeover? Let us know how you get on on social! Tweet us @goodhomesmag, post a comment on our Facebook page or tag us on Instagram @goodhomesmag



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