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What color for the front door?

Grey and white paint. Natural railing.

22 comments
  • Karla McClary Robinson
    Karla McClary Robinson Bartlesville, OK
    6 days ago

    Red is beautiful, plum, turquoise, yellow, navy, black, check a color wheel and also consider your interior accent colours

  • Cirod99
    Cirod99
    6 days ago

    Red

  • Jewell Martin
    Jewell Martin
    6 days ago

    Coral or a beautiful blue. And I don't see a light next to the door. You need a bright light, plus a light that is motion activated. Trim the bush back by one third. You have a very attractive home. Best wishes 馃槆

  • Naomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey
    Naomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey Castaic, CA
    6 days ago

    Nice home! Blue, yellow, coral - almost anything will work since you have a beautiful classic paint job on the house. Is there a porch light? If not, that would be something to install too.

  • Vonnie Turner
    Vonnie Turner
    6 days ago

    I think a red door would look great with the grey and white. I also agree that you need a nice porch light

  • Pat Starks
    Pat Starks Australia
    6 days ago

    A Dark Orange would look great....and unique.

  • Jeanette S
    Jeanette S Atlanta, GA
    6 days ago

    My vote is for a beautiful bright yellow...not school bus yellow or one with green in it...but a bright true yellow!

  • Yellow :)

  • Pat Mock
    Pat Mock Jackson, GA
    6 days ago

    red, burgundy, turquoise, brown to match the railing====With such a neutral house color, the choice is vast !

  • S French
    S French Renick, WV
    6 days ago

    Brown would be my choice.

  • Diana Deiley
    Diana Deiley Nokomis, FL
    6 days ago

    First, I'd relocate that huge bush blocking your beautiful home's view. I'm with the Warm Yellow for a welcoming door color. Best of luck.

  • Deborah Ann Johnson
    Deborah Ann Johnson Pekin, IL
    6 days ago

    Yellow

  • Vivian
    Vivian Denver, CO
    6 days ago

    Black....definitely black.

  • Nancy Bogart
    Nancy Bogart
    6 days ago

    Red Theatre paint color SW 7584 by Sherwin- Williams. My daughter used this on her grey house with white trim and it looks geat!

  • Nancy
    Nancy Lagrangeville, NY
    6 days ago

    Glad you said the housenis gray...looks bluish in the picture. I love the combination of a dark green alongside the gray. It gives it a warm, quaint, inviting feeling! Please post whatever color you decide upon.

  • Shelly
    Shelly Tallahassee, FL
    6 days ago

    Red would really make the door pop.

  • Deb C
    Deb C Columbus, OH
    6 days ago

    Scarlet red and yes trim back the bush and add outdoor light!

  • Rachel
    Rachel Carencro, LA
    6 days ago

    Red or navy blue maybe? Even black would be stunning

  • B. Enne
    B. Enne Canada
    6 days ago

    I agree with all suggestions except brown and black. Although I have dark doors in my house and love them, I think on a front door it often looks like an open door or gaping hole. Colour IMO is definitely the way to go!

  • Redfarmar
    Redfarmar
    6 days ago

    Thanks for all the suggestions. I am leaning toward Red or a bright blue. There is a can light in front of the door that we can change out to a hanging fixture. The hydrengia bush will be pruned back after it blooms. We have no idea what color it is. That may affect our door color.

  • Elaine
    Elaine Canada
    5 days ago

    Do something just a little different than red and look for a rich, eggplant/aubergine color!! It is SO classy and eye catching and will blend with either pink OR blue hydrangeas. In fact, it will "pull out" the colors of the hydrangeas even more. Go for a color that not everyone has! Your house is very cute!

    • Redfarmar
      Redfarmar
      5 days ago

      That is a great color. Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Elaine
    Elaine Canada
    5 days ago

    I'm SO glad you liked my suggestion! You will have to send a photo when done. If you have room for a chair at the front door, you could paint it either white or pale gray then look for some material that picks up your front door color and make an easy pillow for the chair.

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