Lorna Stewart
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SHUT THE FRONT DOOR!!! Art deco door in polished nickel, this would look great as a front door!

SHUT THE FRONT DOOR!!! Art deco door in polished nickel, this would look great as a front door!

The vertical panelling so typical in a Queenslander has been painted a crisp, pale grey (Resene Ash, one-eighth strength), which feels contemporary yet works perfectly with the period features. **Chandelier** and **cushion** from [Highgate House](http://www.highgatehouse.com.au/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank"). **Chair** from [La Maison](http://www.lamaison.net.au/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank"). For similar **rug**, try…

The vertical panelling so typical in a Queenslander has been painted a crisp, pale grey (Resene Ash, one-eighth strength), which feels contemporary yet works perfectly with the period features. **Chandelier** and **cushion** from [Highgate House](http://www.highgatehouse.com.au/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank"). **Chair** from [La Maison](http://www.lamaison.net.au/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank"). For similar **rug**, try…

We all know painting the exterior of a home’s front door a distinctive color is one of the fastest ways to add character and enhance curb appeal. But what about the interior of your front door? Consider extending the exterior door color inside — or select another hue that both coordinates with the exterior while setting the design tone for the entry.

We all know painting the exterior of a home’s front door a distinctive color is one of the fastest ways to add character and enhance curb appeal. But what about the interior of your front door? Consider extending the exterior door color inside — or select another hue that both coordinates with the exterior while setting the design tone for the entry.