25 Perfect Paint Colors for Your Front Door
Never underestimate the power of curb appeal.
Take your front door, for example. It usually is the first part of your house that people see. And while first impressions may or may not matter to you, they definitely do exist.
If you’re putting in any effort at all into your lawn or other exterior touches while neglecting your front door, you need to stop what you’re doing and paint your front door. On the other hand, if you’re not doing anything with your exterior, but like the idea of dramatically increasing your curb appeal with an easy and cheap DIY job, you need to stop what you’re doing and paint your front door.
Need a bit more of a push to get started? Here are 25 fetching front doors—and matching paint colors to get the look in your own space.
1. Try a Bold Blue
2. Get Creative With Coral
3. Tangled Up in Blues
4. A Pop of Pink
5. Pick Out a Sweet Pink
For a pretty pink that’s not too bold, go a few shades lighter on the color wheel. Siblings Sophie Loghman and Saba Loghman used Behr’s Angel Kiss for their front door, turning their Georgia property into a charming, cinematic space.
6. A Metallic Marvel
7. A Bespoke Blue
8. Opt for Orange
9. The Royal Treatment
Give your home’s facade a regal flair with a soothing purple shade. In this English house tour, the front door is splashed in Farrow & Ball’s Brassica.
10. A Sunny Style
11. Opt for Airy
12. Go for the Grey
13. Pick a Poppy Paint
As this Nashville house tour proves, there are very few design woes a berry-hued door can’t solve. Here, the cheery door color adds a pop of color to an otherwise traditional space. Like what you see? Grab a can of Sherwin-Williams’ Begonia and get painting!
14. Paint it Black
15. Get Ready for Red
16. Beautify With Berry Tones
Brooke Mullins’ Canadian home proves that the sky’s the limit when it comes to your front door. A bright pink door and brick facade may seem like an unlikely duo, but the shockingly bold hue adds some spice to the home’s overall vibe. Go big or go home with a color like Sherwin-Williams’ Exuberant Pink.
17. A Hint Of Color
18. Create Contrast
19. Liven it Up With Lime
20. Make it Mint
21. Rework White
White doors are boring, right? Think again! A crisp white shade can actually create some negative space to a bright facade as well as busy wallpaper inside, as seen in Halle and Jeff’s east village apartment. Color enthusiasts know there are many shades of white, but we recommend sticking to a hue like Benjamin Moore’s Simply White.
22. Pay it Forward With Peacock
23. Make it Moody
24. Think Pink
The color pink is known to have a calming effect on all who see it, making it a great choice for your front door. Caroline and Jayden Lee are keeping their visitors relaxed by painting their front door a sweet, bubblegum pink. Trust us, Caroline and Jayden Lee Sherwin-Williams’ Irresistible is just what the design doctor ordered.