Door Color: Black
The color of your front door says a lot about your home and can also provide insight into your personality. It makes a statement, adds curb appeal, and sets the tone for what lies inside.
Explore below to see how these popular door colors look on homes as well as what they may say about you.
Red is a traditional color that has been used for front doors dating back to historic times. The color was a way of letting travelers know their home was a safe place to stay. Although a deep red is a classic choice, vibrant reds like No More Drama modernize the style. No matter the hue, red will make visitors feel safe and welcome.
Door Color: No More Drama
A pop of a bold and bright hue like Tart Orange or Midsummer Gold enhances the look of a modern or mid-century style home. These hues are fun, lively, and inviting giving the impression of someone who often throws parties and likes to entertain.
Door Color: Tart Orange
Door Color: Midsummer Gold
Dark Green is often associated with wealth and prosperity. Dark Everglade gives the home a rich opulent feeling.
Door Color: Dark Everglade
Wood-stained doors are typically associated with nature. A light wood stain like Cedar gives an eco-friendly and natural sense. However, with a darker stain like Cordovan Brown, the vibe is casual, yet distinguished.
Door Stain: Cedar
Door Stain: Cordovan Brown
The most common color for front doors is white. It works with almost any style and color home. Polar Bear is a crisp option it gives the impression that the inside is fresh, clean, and inviting.
Door Color: Polar Bear
Prairie Rose and Breezeway on the door give a cottage feel to a simply white-painted home. Suggests the personality of someone who enjoys a lazy day with a book or craft. The atmosphere is comfy and cozy all year round.
Door Color: Prairie Rose
Door Color: Breezeway
To make a statement, Pure Turquoise will do just that. The color says fun, daring and clever.
Door Color: Pure Turquoise
Door Color: Black
Door Color: Compass Blue
For more ideas on color, visit behr.com.