The double doors on the front entry with transom windows above greet guests as they enter this light and bright home with an updated, transitional take on Floridian style.
Chunky garland and an oversized, metal gingerbread man cookie cutter read just as well from the sidewalk as they do close-up. Large metal vessels with classic plaid prints add a graphic touch.
The grid of glass panes in this contemporary front door let in natural light while preserving the modern edge.
The stunning, 900-pound sapele wood, custom front door opens with a finger touch thanks to its unique pivot design.
Artemesia is the largest Craftsman-style home in the United States at 13,250 square feet.
Barn-inspired double doors open to simple, transitional foyer. A graphic-patterned runner adds softness to the tile floor.
The front door is the same color orange that is used on the nearby Golden Gate Bridge. The kitchen project above provides protection at the front door.
The front door is the same color orange that is used on the nearby Golden Gate Bridge. The kitchen projects out from the house, providing an overhang for the front door.
The modern front door gives this home a sleek curb appeal.
The front door of the Ponder house before renovation on Home Town.
A planter mounted on the front door bids a warm welcome to this friendly farmhouse.
The red front door and windows make the entrance of this adorable cabin all the more inviting.
Pale green is a sweet surprise for this front door, a gentle contrast to the home's white exterior.
A bright yellow front door invites you into this contemporary home. The bold entrance is quite eye-catching.
The handsome entry features a classical portico topped by a deck. The windows around the front door are leaded glass.
A beautiful wood front door blends in with the home's siding and provides a warm welcome to the front entry.
The front door is quaint and so appealing in a wide arch with pretty, patterned stone work adding a colorful welcome.
This custom walnut front door is accented with stainless steel to give it a more interesting, artistic look. Simple topiaries frame the door for a more complete look.