I have a feeling the doors I like won't really match with the brick house, but we've also been talking about raising the roof (literally) and maybe changing the facade of the house.
The existing front door drives me bonkers, it's wood, but has three tilted rectangle glass panes that I really, really dislike. I'm pretty sure the door is something like 20 years old too, so it's faded and worn and weathered. It also lets cold air and snow in at the bottom threshold and that's a no go for this winter. We're not doing that again.
So, I've been staring at books, brochures, magazines, websites, photos, and aisles of doors at Home Depot and others. I'm not kidding when I say there are options upon options.
And yet, I find myself drawn to the old school, craftsman style, rustic or bungalow styles. Bottom line, I want a wood (or wood looking) door, with some window up top, but not enough to let people see inside when I'm deciding whether I want to pretend to be not home.
This might be my favorite front door. If only it was in stock. I'm on the hunt.
What does a front door say to you?