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Front entry door dilemma
Latashia Ingram
January 10, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Need help on ideas with making my front door proportioned with my windows?
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charleee
I would look into getting a half circle of wood stained to match your door, and mount it above your door. This will make your door look taller and replicate the half circle of glass at the top of your windows. You could also put your house numbers on the half circle.
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wmpj
It looks like the glass in your door is arched like your windows. How about installing black sconces on both sides of the door? I would also add a chair and side table to the far left side (as you're facing the house).
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