The Only 6 Front Door Colors You Need - Home Decorating & Painting Advice

The Only 6 Front Door Colors You Need

It’s true that your front door is one of the best ways to set your home apart from your neighbors. Whether you’re looking for a classic look or something a bit bolder, these six paint colors for front doors are our proven favorites.

Kingston Aqua

Splash on a fun shade of aqua for some creative and welcoming excitement. A shade like Kingston Aqua matches nicely with neutral palettes and earth tones.  

Glacial Ice

Soft whites creates a balanced look to your home while providing a traditional, upscale feel.

Cobalt Glaze

One of our most popular blues, Cobalt Glaze, offers an addition of exciting color to any neutral-heavy exterior home palette. 

Catnip

You (and your neighborhood) will go crazy for this bold option. Make a statement with your front door by coloring it with Catnip, one of our lighter colors that works well on lighter bricked homes. 

Apple-A-Day

Try a classic color, like Apple-A-Day red, on your home if you have ornate trim and moulding. It will help your home's overall look achieve balance and cut down on visual clutter. 

BONUS: Natural Accents

If your door is wood and you like it that way, coordinate non-competing colors (like Victorian Pewter and Delicate White) around the framing to keep focus on the door. 

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