Celebrate summer with -Snowdrops in the Dark – No4 in the Timber Composite Doors series of doors that money cannot buy
When it comes to choosing your new front door colour is the key, it not only reflects what you think about your home, it is also an investment that can and should transform the appearance of a property. But what colour and which style. Colours that were never previously available other than as a painted options are now available as standard .We all have our favourite and we all believe we know what looks best on our property, one way we can check out what looks best is simply to see what the neighbours have done and follow that lead.
First impressions really do count when it comes to choosing a colour, recent research suggests that it takes seconds to decide whether or not to buy a property and the first impression of it is the exterior and the focal point of the exterior – the front door –it is here that you stand and wait before entering the possible home of your dreams. If the colour is not to your taste and you are uncertain of the style the viewing starts from a negative perspective. See http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/3358262/First-impressions.html
There is one colour that looks good on any property, and in any style, nothing matches the sophistication and timeless elegance of black
The Messina one of the Solidor Italia Collection looks stunning in black and even better when it carries the motif of the most delicate of white flowers – the simple snowdrop- except the snowdrop or Galanthus is far from a simple plant see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galanthus if you want to know
Here at GFD HQ we think that this is one of our most stunning combinations of door and flower such a pity money cannot buy it.