A red front door is often found on traditional homes but they’re pretty on a variety of architectural style houses. Here are 11 examples that show how to make your front door stand out.
I’m totally smitten with this rustic front door that reminds me of a home you’d see in the Rocky Mountains area of the U.S.
But if rustic isn’t your thing, a high-gloss red front door might provide the glam and drama you desire.
Red comes in a variety of hues, such as this front door that carries a blue undertone. It’s perfect with the dark gray siding.
In early America, a red door meant the home welcomed weary travelers. They could find respite from their travels with a comforting bed and a good meal.
In feng shui decorating, a red door signifies the mouth of the home and welcomes energy.
A red front door is easily seen and makes it clear which door is the front door.
You can emphasize a red front door (or any color door, for that matter) with a porch chair that wears the same hue.
Don’t be afraid to pair a red front door with red brick. The effect can be quite charming.
A cheery yellow cottage gets an application of red on all three doors! It’s a great color for accentuating your home’s details.
Jazz up a monochromatic exterior color scheme by painting your front door a fun shade of red.
You’ll find an array of red colors to choose from; I rather like this red front door with blue undertones.
Have you ever painted your front door a fun shade to accentuate it? What color did you use?