An easy and economical way to amp up your home’s curb appeal is to paint your front door a bold color. Some people don’t want to take the risk, but if you don’t like it, you can always paint it again. Check out some of these fun colors that grace the entryway to homes across the globe.
Red doors are a classic color and in early America, a red door meant that the homeowner welcomed travelers. Adding to the curb appeal are a cute red chair and a fluffy kitty.
Aqua is a great color choice for a red brick home. It softens the texture and color of the house, and the vines are a great touch, too.
Mid-century modern gets a punch of color with a bright yellow doorway. It really stands out against the white facade and adds to the tropical vibe of the landscaping.
An arched entryway gets a coat of bold orange paint trimmed in black. The orange pulls out the warmth of the brick exterior.
How fun is this bright blue color on a European door? The yellow violas are such a fun compliment and add some spring cheer.
You don’t see too many green doors around here where I live but I like this color. I think it’s a great choice for spring and summer, and of course it looks great at Christmas, too.
Even if you prefer a more subdued look, a pleasing tan color is a good option for a monochromatic scheme with a stone house.
Here’s a cheery cottage-looking stone house with a turquoise door, shutters, and flower box. What a great way to add some curb appeal to a house and make it pop on the neighborhood block.
Now, if you happen to have a beautiful wooden front door, you might not want to paint it at all – and I can’t say as I blame you. Wood is a gorgeous way for your home to make a great first impression!
And now I have to ask – which of these doors is your favorite?
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