Front door paint choices are everything when it comes to curb appeal. Pulling out all the stops is warranted whether you are selling or just wanting to make your home look as inviting as possible. When it comes to your home, the front door, is symbolic of the undeniable first impression. Refresh your existing color or adopt a vibrant or eye-catching shade instead. Paint is the easiest and least expensive way to make an impact of how your home is first perceived.
Tempted for a makeover? We rounded up the season’s must-have shades so that you can reinvent your statement entry. Read on for the front door paint color ideas we love:
A stunning blue door may be a statement all on its own, but it has a dynamic effect when paired with a brick exterior—there’s a reason why cobalt blue and terracotta is a popular favorite color combo right now. Dark Royal Blue by Benjamin Moore is a great choice.
A pop of orange coupled with a whitewashed exterior and greenery, instantly makes for a truly accent-worthy entry.Tangerine Dream by Benjamin Moore is refreshing.
Green has always been a winner but a new, fresh green makes a big statement. Paired with a whitewashed or gray backdrop and the look is pure perfection with a dynamic twist. Spanish Olive by Valspar is a nice choice.
Black is always in style and a matte finish lends a modern touch. Coupled with a cream or white exterior or red brick, it is versatile and compliments most homes. Tricorn Black by Sherwin Williams is great.
Gray is also a timeless choice that is soft but can also extend a hint of modern elegance to the front door. Gray is is lovely when paired with a whitewashed exterior and matte black hardware. Calluna by Farrow & Ball is a fave with a hint of lilac.
Have a gorgeous wood door? Take it back to the basics by highlighting the original finish of your front door. Strip the wood of its paint and top with a wood finish or stain. Depending on the exterior of the home, opt for a stain that complements its surrounding. Remember that your front entry is your “welcome sign” and make the effort to make it as inviting as possible.