Your front door is the first impression a guest has when he or she enters your home, so finding the right look—one that says exactly what you want it to say—is absolutely essential. The best front door is welcoming and meshes well with the rest of the house. If you have a brick exterior, you may think there aren't many front door color choices, but you'd be surprised how many tones and hues work well with brick.
Whether you have a traditional red brick home or something a little lighter and modern, here are a few of our favorite choices for the perfect front door.
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A Stately Black Door
This adorable little brick cottage from thevillagehost features a chic, solid black door that we just can't get enough of. Not only does it pair well with the deep red brick and brass accents, but it paints a vintage, traditional look that won't go out of style. The right exterior paint job can transform the look of your house, even something as simple as the front door.
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Pretty and Pink
Who says pink doesn't work with brick? This cozy home from Pinks Charming features the cutest light pink door that's a bit whimsical and a whole lot of fun. Decorating with pink is definitely trendy right now, and we can't think of a better way to bring this look to your own home than by starting at the front door.
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A Bright Purple
Purple is one of those unexpected colors that is filled with personality. This Tudor-style home from cottage_a_day features a bold purple door that pairs beautifully with the purple and blue flowers and the dark trim. Purple is a calming, soothing color that is perfect for welcoming you back after a long day of work.
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Few things are more classic than a red front door on a brick house, but this home from thehouseonthestreet proves why it's such a popular choice. A rich, bold red brings out the red of the brick and is incredibly welcoming. Plus, many believe that red is a lucky color that will bring good things to anyone inside the home.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Try a Blue Door
We love this home from eternalgirlfriday with its vines and greenery—and happy periwinkle blue front door. This almost-purple-almost-blue shade is perfect for welcoming guests into your home and putting a smile on your face every time you return. It's breezy, fun, and easy to DIY.
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A Traditional White
This home from whiteironstonecottage features a classic white screen door paired with a tan front door that lends a classic, country-inspired vibe. The soft colors pair well with the faded brick façade and keep things light and modern.
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If you have a deeper red brick house, like this one from emilyvonvetthq, consider a neutral medium gray. A gray without a lot of undertones is a great choice that won't clash with the warm tone of the brick and allows the bold red color to really stand out.
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Decorate With Green
Using green on your exterior is a lovely way to help blend your home with its surroundings and lend a little earthy vibe to your space. This sweet home from beverley.okaasan features a hunter green door that is incredibly welcoming and pairs beautifully with the solid brick exterior and greenery outside.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Try a Bold Orange
If you want a color that will really stand out on your block, try a bright orange like this one from luxuriouspaces. Not only does the warmth of the orange play well with the brick, but it adds a load of personality to the outdoor space. While orange may not be for everyone, it is considered a "social color" that is inviting and mood-lifting.
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A Sunny Yellow
Few colors evoke as much happiness as a pure, sunshiney yellow, and this brick home from pottypower proves that it may be our favorite choice for a front door. Not only does this cheery color welcome guests in the best way, but it pairs well with the warmth of the brick and those beautiful vines of yellow roses.
Choosing a front door color shouldn't be an afterthought, but don't be afraid to experiment. The right color will add loads of curb appeal and welcome guests into your home.