When it comes to curb appeal, shrubs, potted flowers, doormats, and house numbers all make for a nice supporting cast. But let’s be honest, the front door is the real main character.
“A front door can massively affect curb appeal,” says Lori Levine Harris of Brock and Lori, a Los Angeles-based real estate agency. “You want your front door to match the style of the home,” she says. “So for a Spanish home, a curved, wooden door is ideal. Mid-century homes typically have a geometric pattern or paneled glass. And if the door looks outdated, we recommend either replacing it or modernizing it.” Read more