15 Festive Front Doors

The festive season is upon us! As we begin dressing the inside of our homes with decorations and trinkets, we take a look at some fabulously festive front doors that are sure to inspire you this Christmas…

Pigeon

Farrow & Ball Pigeon is the ideal door colour for this rich green wreath

Stone Blue

Stone Blue, by Farrow & Ball adds a pop of colour to this floral filled wreath

Bone

Stony toned Bone by Farrow & Ball works beautifully with this simple wreath

vert de terre

This Farrow & Ball Vert De Terre finished door, beautifully complements the darker shades of this traditional wreath

Pigeon

This frost wreath complements the feathery tones of Farrow & Ball’s Pigeon

rectory red

This Farrow & Ball Rectory Red front door creates a traditional and festive feel

railings

This festive wreath looks stunning on this Railings (Farrow & Ball) front door

Pigeon

This autumnal wreath looks great against this Farrow & Ball Pigeon front door

lulworth blue

Lulworth Blue by Farrow & Ball

Brassica

The foliage in this festive wreaths works brilliantly alongside Farrow & Ball’s Brassica

hague blue

Door in Hague Blue by Farrow & Ball

cinder rose

This rose filled wreath works beautifully alongside this Cinder Rose (Farrow & Ball) front door

castle gray

Castle Gray (Farrow & Ball) work wonderfully with this more traditional, elegant wreath

blue gray

The Blue Gray door colour by Farrow & Ball creates a perfect backdrop for an elegant and colourful Christmas wreath

Door in Pale Powder red wreath

Door in Pale Powder and contrasting red wreath

This festive period Farrow & Ball are offering you the chance to win a copy of their book, How to Decorate, and some Farrow & Ball goodies. Simply share a photo of your festive wreath on your Farrow & Ball finished front door for the chance to win! Visit their website for full details of how to enter.

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