|Dark and dingy, but the kid is cute|
For the hardware, we went with satin nickel round door knobs from DirectDoorHardware.com, which had a great selection. We considered using levers to match with the style of the house but decided with young children the harder to open knobs were a better selection and has since worked out well.
For the front door, we went with something more traditional. The goal was to let in as much light as possible while maintaining privacy (our front door opens directly into our living room, the only draw back of 24th). We found a solid oak door with 6 small panel windows on sale from Caldwells in San Francisco. To the dismay of our painters, we painted the outside but stained the interior. I don't have a before picture of the exterior door but it was bad, a worse version of our previous interiors. Here is is now.