Grey Composite Doors: Find Your Look

Grey Composite Doors: Find Your Look

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The front door to any house is the start of a journey through somebody’s home. For both new and old homes alike the front door is the focal point. It should be able to protect the home from intruders and the elements, whilst being an extension of the homeowner’s style and adding to aesthetics.

Endurance Doors are renowned for their solidity and security, with a 48mm thick cross-bonded veneered laminated solid timber core, our doors deliver unrivalled strength and dimensional stability to help make both your family and home feel secure. At 10% thicker than other composite doors on the market, it is the only choice when securing your household.

So whilst we take care of the security of your home, it allows you to relax and concentrate on choosing the right style and colour for you.

If you’re an individual looking for a contemporary front door that can stand the test of time, then read our guide on what we predict will be the most popular colour of the year, to help design your perfect composite front door.

Grey has risen in popularity over recent years as a colour that is perceived as a long-lasting classic with a sleek and refined feel. It works well with both a cool, modern colour scheme and a rural, traditional décor. Described as the perfect neutral, Endurance has two shades of this popular colour to compliment every type of homeowner.

Anthracite Grey

Our classic Anthracite Grey is perfect for adding an extra touch of modern style to the most contemporary of homes. This has been a popular choice amongst our customers for years and has become a firm favourite on the market in recent times. It’s an ideal choice for anybody looking to make a statement with a sophisticated, cool and versatile composite door.

Endurance Doors have a variety of styles that are perfect for this colour; some of our personal favourites include the Scafell and Gibson.

This grand looking design is ideal for somebody looking to make a statement. The two long panes of glass allow light to flood into your home, whilst still maintaining privacy with our wide range of glazing options. This all-around door is best suited to striking and classic colours such as Anthracite Grey.

Compliment your home with our modern Gibson composite door. The three diamond glass design offers a unique characteristic that is sure to improve your home’s kerb appeal! Different glazing options are customisable to help meet your needs and if grey isn’t your thing, we have 15 other beautiful colours for you to choose from.

Pearl Grey

Meet one of our latest colours, Pearl Grey which has been introduced as a result of the surge in popularity of pastel colours within the home improvement market. It’s an ideal choice for homeowners who are looking to embrace this trend whilst still having the versatile, liveable and luxe feel of a classic cream or white. Plus, it’s the perfect neutral for anybody looking to step outside of their usual comfort zone.

We have many styles within our Classic Collection that would suit this colour, why not take a look at a couple of our personal favourites?

Ben Nevis
This solid composite door offers a simplistic style with mouldings that mirror our classic Etna style, giving it a striking appearance whilst at the same time providing you home with the utmost privacy and security. Paired with our Pearl Grey it gives this traditional Georgian style a unique twist.

Once again placing a spin on a classic, our Walton door brings back the 1930’s style with its glass units placed higher up than some of our other designs. Hailing from the Victorian and Georgian eras, this composite door allows plenty of light into your property whilst without compromising on that much sought-after contemporary feel.

When choosing your Endurance Door you need to take into consideration the existing brickwork and surrounding aesthetics. We are able to manufacture matching frames in most of our 15 colour options, or if you’re looking to match the existing windows with your new door, our RAL numbers document might help. A traditional white frame compliment both of our grey colours perfectly by making the colour stand out even further.

Once you have decided on the style and glazing then it’s time to start thinking about the finishing touches. Selecting the right door hardware can help to enhance the look of your new solid and secure door and give your home, rural or urban, the look you wanted.

Enhance your Pearl Grey with a traditional style heritage lock, which combines the appearance of a Georgian or Edwardian façade with the latest in high security multi-point locking. Available in chrome, black and silver options, there is one to suit everyone’s tastes.

If you’re looking to add the finishing touch to your Anthracite Grey composite door then do so with a stainless steel pull handle, available in three different sizes. They add a contemporary feel and are ideal for updating a traditional property or improving the aesthetic of your urban home.

Chrome is available across our hardware range, enabling you to pick and choose the final design aspects for your composite door. If you are looking to go bolder then choose our popular Antique Black which will look fantastic paired with either of our greys and will help your home to stand out from the crowd.

Armed with plenty of inspiration, why not start designing your dream door using our online door designer, you can even view the door on your own home to get a real feel for the final look!

Once you’ve designed your door, find your nearest Endurance installer partner by entering your postcode. Or if you’re looking for further inspiration then check out our grey composite door Pinterest board here.

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