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Black as a colour represents authority, power and strength. For that reason, many old establishments choose this colour for their door – think No.10 Downing Street or Westminster Abbey.
This traditional colour is perfect for townhouses and period Georgian properties that look sophisticated and elegant with a classic black front door.
Modern and contemporary properties also look stunning with a black front door and most houses can carry the colour. The only houses we wouldn’t recommend are coastal properties that suit sea blues, greens and pastel shades.
It’s also worth considering that the colour of your front door leaves a lasting first impression and can influence a potential buyer. If you are considering selling your home, we advise sticking to classic colours such as black.
A selection of our most popular black front door styles.
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A selection of black front doors to give you inspiration and ideas for your home.
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A beautiful black composite front door with natural-looking woodgrain and decorative glazing. At Everest, we can even match some of our composite doors with our Garage door colours for a seamless look on your property.
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A stylish black front door made from GRP with a half-circle glazing panel at the top of the door. All glazing on our 70mm composite doors is triple glazing as standard.
This door with half door glazing can be fitted with many options such as decorative or obscure glass panels. These not only let light in but will retain your privacy and can also add another interesting design element to your home.
Our composite entrance doors create a smart and stylish impression. This particular door is one of our durable 70mm composite front doors fitted on an Everest porch.
Looking up close on one of our composite doors you will see the stunning grain effect through the door material, giving the impression of a timber door but with none of the upkeep.
It's the finishing touches that often make the difference as seen here with a black door installed alongside black aluminium windows to complement the home style.
This Everest door is from our range of contemporary composite door designs. This black door has four square glazed panels available on either the left or right side of the door with a choice of glass options.
This Everest uPVC entrance door includes decorative glazing panels and a black woodgrain finish which has the look of real wood but without the maintenance issues.
A modern black aluminium door with a full glazing panel and slimline frame to let in more light and give your home a contemporary look and feel.
Another look at a black composite entrance door. All Everest doors come with comprehensive guarantees, including against fog and condensation on uPVC and composite doors.
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A black front door signifies authority, strength and power and for this reason is very popular in city properties. In traditional Feng Shui, the front door is the main portal for energy to flow into the home. A black front door signifies protection and a north-facing black door offers a protective shield to your home. However, south or west facing front doors are best to avoid a black front door as it can invite bad luck.
Your front door is the first experience of your home that a visitor has and it sets a standard of what they can expect to find inside. First impressions really do count.
According to an expert estate agent's advice, the colour of your front door can have a huge impact on the sale.
The best colour front door to sell your home is a classic colour that's in keeping with the style and location. Black, greys, blues, deep reds, natural woods and classic greens are all safe options you should opt for.
Therefore, a black front door could potentially add value to your home as it makes your home more appealing to a buyer.
You can change the front door of your property without needing planning approval. However, it is always advisable to speak to your local authority, as there may be conditions attached to previous permissions or covenants covering what you can and cannot do.
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