The choice of modern front doors seems a daunting task given the number of options available. Creating sidewalk appeal, however, deserves a lot of consideration. Having a beautiful front entrance means gaining a positive first impression from visitors. Keep the style of your home and the architecture in mind in the design of the main entrance.
A Tudor door fits a Tudor house, while the same Tudor door would look strange in a simple Cape house. Single contemporary closet doors or double French doors, with the use of optional crossbars, and the side lights (right, left or both) are an example of some configurations of the entrance door of the house. Side lights and crossbars provide a good source of light in an entrance hall and French doors that provide a wide, elegant look. Keep the elegant look for a modern entrance. A front door with lots of contrasting glass with stained dark wood trim makes a dramatic impression.
Do not worry about keeping the balance in the design with a modern entrance. A side light on one side of the modern front door designs looks interesting in a modern entrance. Moderation is the key to this style. Do not overfill the front with plants or too many details. If you feel like splurging, add more glass like large windows, open glazing next to the door.