Boost your home's curb appeal with a lick of fresh color on your front door. To inspire you to pick up a paintbrush here are our favorite hues for making any main entrance more inviting.
Take a look at these 17 popular front door colors.
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Soft Yellow Front Door
The splash of warm color stands out like a ray of sunshine against a mix of woodsy seasonal accents.
To get the look, we suggest using Light Yellow by Benjamin Moore.
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Make a Bold Statement With a Bright Red Front Door
This houseboat aptly named the Floating House makes a dramatic statement with a bright, tomato red front door.
Enhancing the vibrancy of the bold color choice is the home's robin's egg blue exterior.
Love the look of this door? Reach for a gallon of Tomato Red exterior paint by Benjamin Moore.
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Dark Blue Shiplap Front Door
The front entrance has a dark blue shiplap door with sleek, retro-modern house numbers. Potted cactuses placed on the stoop lends welcoming greenery.
To duplicate this door's color try Loyal Blue by Sherwin Williams.
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Paint Your Front Door Black
Classic, and elegant, if you appreciate transitional style, you cannot go wrong with a black front door as shown on this house decorated by Ryan Saghian Interior Design out of Beverly Hills, California.
The geometric patterned concrete floor adds a fresh, modern spin to what would otherwise be a traditional entrance.
One of our top black paint picks for your front door is Jet Black Flat by Behr.Continue to 5 of 17 below.
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Pretty Sage Front Door
You may be surprised to learn that sage green is one of the top interior design colors on Pinterest — for real!
This white beach house, by Urban Grace Interiors situated in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida features a front door in the soothing shade.
Most home improvement stores sell Sage paint in a broad range of subtle tones. Clary Sage, by BEHR, is an excellent choice
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Say Hello With a Cobalt Blue Front Door
Cobalt blue is a bold color that works for a broad range of décor styles.
A lively paint shade that will work for your entrance is Pitch Blue by Farrow and Ball.
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Modern Farmhouse Front Door Painted Blue
Here a farmhouse inspired front door painted a lovely hue of blue makes an inviting first impression in this charming cottage by Hendricks Churchill an architecture and interior design firm based in Sharon, Connecticut.
A similar shade of blue you may want to try is New World by Dutch Boy Paints.
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Paint Your Front Door a Sunshine Yellow
Nothing says welcome home like a burst of sunshiny color as shown on this front door in a small house constructed by The Cottage Building Company out of North Carolina. The striking shade takes the serious edge off the dark gray exterior.
A cheerful paint color 100 percent worth trying on your front entrance is Sunshine by Benjamin Moore.Continue to 9 of 17 below.
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Beach Inspired Front Door Paint Color
Striking front doors in watery shades are not just for beach bungalows.
To give your curb appeal a dash of beach style, try Aquaverde by Sherwin Williams.
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This Front Door is a Neutral Shade Called Greige
Dutch doors come divided into two parts; top and bottom, that open and close separately. The one shown on this modern farmhouse inspired home by California based firm Kelly Nutt Interior Design is painted a neutral shade called greige.
The best paint to use to duplicate the looks is Gris by Sherman Williams. The hue is a bit more gray than brown.
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Olive Green Front Door on Charming White House
Two more features add to this front porch's welcoming appeal. The Moravian star pendant is a lovely decorative accent one would expect to see indoors. The bench style swing would make any adult feel like a kid again.
An elegant dark green paint that is mighty similar is Olive Green by Glidden.
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Reach for Turquoise Paint for Your Front Door
We got to admit that one of our favorite colors ever is turquoise. Here the popular hue adorns the front door of the house of the blogger behind Sunflowers With Smiles.
When it comes to finding the perfect version of the color, we think you cannot go wrong with Turquoise Tint by Vaspar.
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Bold Purple Front Door
Interior designer, Dale Minske, based in Connecticut, is not afraid to make unusual color choices. When working on this home, she selected a deep and wonderfully luxurious shade of purple for this front door.
A regal hue that will hit it out of the park is a paint shade called Pelt by Farrow and Ball.Continue to 17 of 17 below.