6 Most Popular Colors To Paint A Front Door

6 Most Popular Colors To Paint a Front Door

Painting your front door is an inexpensive but VERY effective way to increase your curb appeal and add value to your home. Boring neutral colored front doors like taupe, brown or white makes your house look blah and just blend in to every other house on the street. If you want curb appeal, if you want to be noticed your front door needs to stand out!  It needs to pop!

There are 6 popular colors to make your house stand out!

RED

For years, red as be the favorite color choice for front doors.  It just pops the front exterior.  Trending in red front doors is to have the surrounding trim classical white or to paint the trim black or gray to make the door even more dramatic.

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Chelsea Townhouse

Photo:  David Howell Design via Houzz

 

Red doors are the most popular color choices other than neutral colors. Gray trim is becoming all the rage.
Red doors with gray trim make a powerful “look at me” statement. Photo: Source unknown.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red as a single front door with no sidelights certainly stands out against this cream colored house.

Front exterior

Photo by Jeneration Interiors via Houzz

 

Deep Red is also another favorite in the red door collection.

New front entry

Photo by Madson Design via Houzz

 

Red/orange bricks can be tricky when choosing a color but this deep orange or rust beautifully accents the brick to make a stunning entrance.

Whitefish Bay - Old World Made New

Photo by Ginkgo Leaf Studio via Houzz

 

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BLUE

Blue is fast becoming the go to color for front doors almost beating the popular red color choice. Aqua, peacock and mid-blue are currently the more popular shades of blue but navy is still a popular choice in some areas.

 

Denver Manor Home

Photo by Linda L. Floyd, Inc., Interior Design via Houzz 

 

Richmond, 1930

Photo by Hannah Brown via Houzz

 

Madison

Photo by Andrea Brooks Interiors via Houzz

 

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Photo via Southern Living

 

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Photo:  Source Unknown

 

BLACK

Black makes a dramatic statement!

Exterior Arch Portico Front Entry

Photo by Cushing Custom Homes, Inc. via Houzz

 

The Gatekeepers Cottage

Photo by Boscolo Interior Design via Houzz

 

Home owners that don’t like the stark black can choose a deep gray which is still makes quite a statement.

 

Lincoln Park - Howe

 

Project 1

Photo by DK Design via Houzz

 

GREEN

Green hasn’t traditionally been a go-to color for front doors but they are starting to come on the horizon as another popular color choice and can make a powerful statement too.

 

Mid-Century Modern Renovation

Photo by Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch via Houzz

 

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Photo: Better Homes & Gardens

 

My Houzz: Cheery and Breezy Pittsburgh Home

Photo by Adrienne DeRosa via Houzz

 

Happy Hollow Lane_Entry

 

YELLOW

Yellow is definitely more popular in some parts of the country than others but it can certainly be a show stopper like red, blue or black.

Harbor View Hills

Photo by Garden Studio via Houzz

 

So take out your paint brush and get rid of your boring builder brown door.

 

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Debi-Carser-Add-Value-To-Your-HomeDebi Carser is a Designer, Stager & Renovator. For over 10 years she has been helping clients make their home stunning. She has staged over 75  homes helping clients make money beyond their expectations. She has bought several “fixer uppers” and either flipped them for a healthy profit or turned them into profitable rental properties. Follow her as she shares her tips & secrets along the way.

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COMMENTS

  • Lori Mrasek

    I was just looking at your front door, the colour is nice, but my girlfriend has the same colour of bricks and she painted her door a beautiful creamy beige. I personally love red.
    Thanks
    Lori

    • Hey Lori – I think if you show 5 different people the same door and ask them what color they should paint it, you would get 5 different answers. It’s alot of personal taste isn’t it? Red has traditionally been my go to color as well but I need a change and I’m mixing things up very soon….keep posted. Thanks for dropping by!

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