Homeowners don't generally think about filling the shoes of a first-time home seller until they decide to buy a new home. Usually, the motivating factor is the need to move -- due to work-related
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Bold Colors for Your Front Door
If you're looking to add some interest to your curb appeal, changing your front door color is an easy update! Front door colors say a lot about your personality as well as your personal style. Here are some ideas for you.
When paired with blue siding and white molding, this vibrant yellow door becomes a bright focal point that sets a cheerful tone before one even enters this home.
People typically fall into two categories: blue lovers or green lovers. Make everyone happy with this pleasing shade that's equal parts blue & green and looks as good on a brick house as it does on one of siding.
Looking to add a quick pep to your exterior? This coral color is unconventional, but not too out-there to get anything other than "I wish I would've done that" sentiments from the neighbors. This color works best on white or gray painted homes.
If you want to be known as the house with the best barbecues—this is your best bet. It looks best against a crisp white but avoid pairing with bits of navy—unless you want to be known as the flag house.
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