Foolproof Front Door Colors
Refresh you home by painting your front door a fun color. Not sure what hue to choose? These tried-and-true colors are sure to flatter any facade.
[MUSIC] In the dark about choosing a front door color? Make your point of entry pop with one of these tried-and-true hues. [MUSIC] Make your doors stand out in every season with a vivid green that's a variation of shades in the landscape. Celery green paint wakes up a weary facade and forges a strong house and garden connection. Gray-shaded blues strike the perfect style note on coastal, colonial, and country homes. Painted in a mid-tone blue, this white frame door takes its color cue from the home's seaside locale and the blue stone walkway. [MUSIC]. If an overhang darkens your entry, paint your door a bright hue that contrasts with your home's siting. Robin's egg blue brings this front door out of the shadows. Cherry red doors always offer a warm welcome. They complement most neutral sides, but really pop when set against light to dark gray exteriors. Keep an intense color from overwhelming your entry by choosing a door with windows. Emerald green makes a grand first impression that suits formal and historic home styles. Ensure your entry grabs attention by using the jewel tone only on the front door and painting surrounding trim in unexpected color, like buttery yellow. Energize a monochromatic facade with a high gloss front door. A shiny putty-colored door adds interest to this gray painted exterior and it would look equally stylish on a red brick home. [MUSIC] Whether your home is relaxed or formal, you too can find a front door color that flatters your exterior and reflects your personality. [MUSIC]