A fresh new take on a traditional navy blue door is cobalt blue. We love this vibrant blue shade for front doors because it works with almost any home style. A traditional or Cape Cod-style home is a natural fit for a cobalt blue door, but that’s just the beginning. Contemporary, farmhouse and beach-inspired color palettes can easily accommodate a vibrant blue door. Try Sherwin-Williams Jay Blue to get this look.
Who can resist sweet mint green? Cottage and modern farmhouse lovers have already discovered the joy of this fresh color for their homes. Mint green is a popular exterior paint color right now, but you may not be ready to tackle such a big project. Changing your front door color is an easy way to bring a fresh shade like this to your home’s exterior without a big price tag. Try Magnolia Home Mineral Green to get this look
A purple front door may be a surprising choice, but the right shade of purple can be a fresh change for your home. With the popularity of lilac these days, purple can be the right choice if you aren’t really into pastels. The secret to choosing the right purple for your front door is to look beyond rich jewel tones and try more vibrant shades. Try PPG-Pittsburgh Paints Purple Grapes to get this look.
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