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It’s been a long time coming for these patio doors. If you have been following along, you know that we removed our old slider doors in our foyer and installed gorgeous new Vista Grande doors compliments of Masonite. The transformation is dramatic. The doors are gorgeous and added amazing curb appeal to our home. So lets take a look at our new patio doors.
Here we go!
Here is the before.
Pretty crazy right? Decorating the outside of this door area is so much fun now!
The door grids add so much character and architectural interest to the entry.
Our doors were custom sprayed chocolate brown to coordinate with the siding of our home. I would love to add these doors to our pool house or our lower level back door which I would choose a white exterior. One thing that drives me crazy about exterior doors is the fact that screens usually take away from the appearance of the door. Well not anymore! Phantom has come up with a new screen door that literally hides in the door so when you are not using the screen, it is hidden.
These screen doors are perfect paired with the Masonite Vista Grande.
As you can see, the screen is hardly noticeable. If you are like me, you want to open the doors in the warm weather and now you can without sacrificing style. See below, the screen is now closed and the door is fully featured. Yes, those are the amazing sliding barn doors by Masonite that we installed last fall in our kitchen.
We chose white interior and it’s absolutely crazy how much the white doors brighten up this tiny foyer. The doors are also so easy to clean as the grids are vinyl and wipe clean easily.
Here is one more before.
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The door handles are compliments of Kwikset and come in all shapes in sizes. We chose a satin nickel finish. I spruced up the existing cement walkway with concrete gray stain which completed the foyer renovation. The next step is to tackle the inside floor of the foyer and change out the light fixtures. All in good time though. Summer is here and it’s time to slow down right? Not sure I will be able to sit still that long but I am going to try. Thank you so much to Masonite for sponsoring this post and providing us with these gorgeous doors and thanks to Horner Millwork for delivering the doors. They truly are gorgeous and we can’t thank them enough. Even my dad, who doesn’t like anything, is in love with these doors. He actually said, “wow, these doors look amazing from the street when you drive by the house.” Mission accomplished!
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Masonite, all opinions and words are 100% my own.
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