With the cool Roman brickwork and awesome limestone (we think that is what it is!) around the entire house, we currently have two lame(!) exterior doors we like to be more period-appropriate. The first one that you see when driving up to the house, is the front door. I'd like to forego a storm door on this for the fact that they aren't the prettiest. And since it's a little recessed, that will help keep the elements away from this wooden beauty!
I was pretty darn set on The Allandale (bottom right photo) before we closed on the house, but after having K. Holly Studios take photos of the house, and me uploading them into Crestview Door's Door-O-Vision, I have four that I like. I was leaning towards The Allandale because the windows mimic the brickwork around the house, but now I'm leaning toward The Fortuna because it offsets it a wee bit.
What are your thoughts? I'd love to know! Also, as far as color goes, we are thinking a little darker stain than this "honey" version, but lighter than the "espresso" which was their other option. Our wood floors will be a very light brown (we are thinking walnut right now), so I'd love for it to coordinate with that.
The second exterior door is actually in our bedroom, and I'm having trouble figuring this one out. I want windows in it as well, but I think I'd like a storm door, since I'd love to open it (and keep locked) for a cross breeze in our bedroom on nice evenings. I'll keep you posted on this one!