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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.


Yellow

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. 



Charleston Light Teal Front DoorBlue/Green

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.


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Coral

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.



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Black

A black door - like a classic black dress - adds instant distinction to your home.  Dark shades work in two ways.  Offset them with plenty of white trim for a crisp look or surround them with dark grays for a romantic moody look.


Charleston Bright Red Front Door

Red

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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Celina Garza

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