Most exterior paint colors are more neutral shades, so a trendy colorful front door can help you add some style to your home. This is a cheap way to change the look of your entrance as well as a fun fast way to make a new upgrade. You can also add the same color to shutters, hand railing, and planter boxes to spice it up a bit but don’t overdo it, remember it’s a splash of color! Here you will find some ideas for your front door from Benjamin Moore. Also, check out their Aura Grand Entrance paint specifically designed for doors.
A red front door makes a bold statement but goes with many neutral house colors. For instance, Benjamin Moore’s Caliente AF-290 on the front door of the above picture adds a spark of color but is soft and goes well with the warm colors of the house. Here are a few other red doors and colors to consider.
Gray can go with many colors and ads that contrast many are looking for. Benjamin Moore’s Steel Wool is always a good choice but there are many other grays to chose from. So take a look here at some of their other gray colors.
Green can be bold or low key, as you can see above, the color was added to the railing and shutters to create that unique look the homeowner was going for. Check out these Benjamin Moore Green options. You might take special notice to Guilford Green HC-116, a past Benjamin Moore Color of the Year.
Blue offers many options from a bold to a classic or calming look. Light blue in particular seems to give a touch of class to any entry. We particularly like Benjamin Moore’s Breath of Fresh Air 806. Follow this link to a wide variety of other Benjamin Moore’s blue paint options.
Who would think that black could give such an impact? You would be surprised at how many colors black will go with. In the above photo you see Benjamin Moore’s Mopboard Black CW-680 it goes quite well with the tan, gray, and white surrounding it.
There truly are endless options when it comes to front door colors, so go outside, take a look at your entry and ponder what color range speaks to your personality. Add that inexpensive bold or subtle look to your home by a simple change of your door color. Happy paint hunting and please return to HouseLifeToday.com for other helpful home tips.