It's spring selling season, which makes us think of spiffing things up to ensure a  good first impression. Often the first point of contact with a home, a door offers that initial opportunity to beckon a potential buyer inside. And because they require physical interaction, doors allow builders to demonstrate the quality of the product. (Nothing can make a home feel flimsy faster than a shoddy door, while a hefty one says "quality." 

We’ve collected some of our favorite front doors, back doors, and doors in between—all of which offer a unique entry. So come on in; the possibilities are wide open.

Claire Easley is a senior editor at Builder.