10 Modern Front Doors We are Loving Right Now

Updated: Mar. 01, 2023

Front doors can change the look of your home's exterior and up your curb appeal. Here's a look at 10 modern front doors we are loving right now.

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Bold colors are in when it comes to modern front doors. Yellow is not only cheery and bright, but eye-catching. Pella Windows and Doors says yellow is one of the top front door trends of 2019, and with good reason. “Yellow front doors really make a statement—and can look great with a variety of color schemes. Although they are both bright colors, yellow can complement red brick for a cheery exterior.” Check out these 15 stunning front doors.

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Don’t shy away from pink—no really, hear us out. Renewal by Anderson notes pink is one of the top front door trends of the year, as it can add contrast as long as it complements the rest of your home’s exterior. Try a pink front door with white, gray or light blue siding. These are the best front door paint colors for max curb appeal.

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Custom Door

Give your home the royal treatment with a custom door. You could choose solid wood, glass panels, hand-wrought hardware—a custom-built front door is a statement piece that can set the tone for the rest of your home exterior and landscaping choices. If you’re into customization, here’s how to create custom picture shelves.

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Dark Blue

When it comes to painted modern front doors, dark blue is a stylish choice, according to Builder Online magazine. Try pairing a bold blue with a neutral exterior, such as cream or gray. Follow these tips for picking the best front door paint.

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Texture and Artistic Elements

Go for texture. Pair a stained wooden front door against white trim with vinyl siding for an on-trend, modern front door look. Artistic design elements on the front door can also make your home stand out. “A few ways to do this is the use of sidelights, curved windows above the door, glass inserts with the look of stained glass or round top entry doors,” according to AHT Wisconsin Windows.

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All Straight Lines

If you’re upgrading your front door, consider one with glass panels. Builder magazine notes this style works well with modern home exteriors. For an on-trend look, go for glass panels with straight lines, instead of curved edges. Increase your front door security by installing reinforcing hardware.

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Warm Neutrals

If bold colors aren’t for you, try warm neutrals. “Warm neutrals work well with almost every home,” according to Rusco Windows and Doors, an Illinois-based company. “Try a shade of gray to add some design interest without making it feel too busy.” These 10 quick DIY projects will add instant curb appeal to your home.

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Matte black is making an appearance in everything from hardware and lighting to front doors, notes Pella Windows and Doors. “Whether you’re thinking of switching your porch design up this year or about to build the home of your dreams, a black front door is a modern choice that will be in style for years to come,” the company says. For a sharp contrast, the company suggests pairing a black entry door with white trim or siding. Stop drafts around your doors by installing a weather strip.

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Go Big

Big doors are big right now! Builder magazine reports 10-foot doors were becoming the new normal, but now people are starting to demand 10-foot by 6-foot doors to make a very big statement. Enhance your curb appeal with these 12 simple ideas.

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If you’re looking for a fresh color for your front door, consider teal. Renewal by Anderson reports teal is a trendy color for front doors, and is a good choice if you’re looking to create a relaxing, calming entrance to you home. Paint your front door one of these 15 colors for a house that wows.