Help... Color & updated hardware?

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I need help. I really need new doors, but too expensive. Any suggestions on color to make s statement and updated hardware?
q help color updated hardware
q help color updated hardware
q help color updated hardware
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  • Julie M. Julie M. on Jul 12, 2017
    A black door would look awesome. You can refinish your hardware if you desire too.
  • Sandy Sandy on Jul 12, 2017
    I think a navy blue or shade lighter would look nIce with stainless hardware.
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jul 12, 2017
    Burnt copper would make a statement
  • Donna Peoples Donna Peoples on Jul 12, 2017
    Donna from Northern Kentucky. I'm thinking a turquoise or coral blush...
  • 2dogal 2dogal on Jul 12, 2017
    Boy, I'd give the door a coat of red to accent it and make it look inviting. If you want to replace the hardware, I'd do an antique bronze.
    I'd also redo the house numbers- it kinda fades into the house, and the curly- cues don't go with your house style.
  • Karen Krysowaty Karen Krysowaty on Jul 12, 2017
    Why not try a tangerine to really draw the eye to the entrance
  • Barb Barb on Jul 12, 2017
    what stunning house!! I see what your needing, your front door need that wow factor to give it that inviting look. I wood go with terra-cotta painted doors with bronze hardware and those can be spray painted. I would have a hanging above light and half dome rug in terra cotta color and tall terra cotta pots with coral impatien flowers. The the window to the right facing the house place a window box in terra cotta Or 3- large terra cotta pots centered under that window. im up loading photos and I hope you enjoy my ideas😊💡
  • Barb Barb on Jul 12, 2017
    sorry forgot to add the hardware spray paint
  • Barb Barb on Jul 12, 2017
    this is the true color I was looking to post and if you end up choosing it I have a paint sample and codes
  • Sunny C Sunny C on Jul 12, 2017
    Hello Rene; If your home were mine, I would think about my favorite colors.
    I would visit several stores, and I would get paint chips, in all of the colors that I am interested in.
    I would decide what paint chips that I Love and go from there.
    Please get a color that you Love and that makes you Happy. Show off your Home!!!
    I hope that this helps you!!! Take Care!
  • Shaley Shaley on Jul 12, 2017
    I love these colors together. Beautiful house. Some things to consider You can try using some cheap tricks first like for example: use construction paper sheets in each color varity pack put in each pane square and then go out side where you took the picture of the door and see what color stands out to you, then find something in that color range from the paint store.
    Another example you could also think about the entrance surrounding the door that part of the house color changing it to a bold color and doing your door in another complementing color, or vice versa. I say do a color you like paint is always cheaper than changing doors. Is the window pane trim in between the glass? if not that could also be considered as a second or third color as well. brighter colors will show better due to the shadow cast in the entrance to your door, so darker colors will only recede unless you surround the doorway with a bright white, then the door will pop. Oh and don't be afraid of Bright Yellow , Aquamarine, or Pink.
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    • Shaley Shaley on Jul 13, 2017
      My husband grew up in Dover when his dad moved them there when he was five from Russellville, KY.
      I grew up in the Wichita Mountain region mostly Cache. My dad moved us from Mountain Park OK to Big Rock, TN when I was two month's short of Junior high school boy talk about confusing, nothing was the same, so our teachers (Dover) got us caught up and we were allowed to take open book final examines. whew!
  • Sharon Sharon on Jul 12, 2017
    I would paint the door and window surround the gray of the buildingl Then I would paint the door either red, blue or even a limey green. To get away from the curtain behind the door, consider getting some non-adhesive window film to add privacy pattern or even stain glass. https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_c_1_19?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=decorative+window+film&sprefix=decorative+window+f%2Caps%2C242&crid=21PVRBXNSN92U
    New hardware, I would take a close up picture of you set, and from the side of the open door and take to your home store to pick a new one.
  • Ama25952432 Ama25952432 on Jul 13, 2017
    Paint the doors red
  • Bonnie Bonnie on Jul 13, 2017
    Install a piece of crown molding on the top, cut at an angle on the ends, paint a dark color, Navy?
  • Robyn Garner Robyn Garner on Jul 13, 2017
    Before doing anything, I'd remove the tired manicured bushes from the walkway leading to the door and either use flowering plants in pots or replant the beds with casual flowering plants. This itself will "open up" the entry. Next I'd be certain my paint is the right one for the lintel over the entryway and paint both the face and underneath. Personally, I'd paint the wall areas of the entry bright white and the door a real "pop" of color like emerald green, yellow, teal, or similar.
  • Barb Barb on Jul 13, 2017
    Thank you I had the color custom blended, for my small porch. If you like I can put my text number here and then I get your address if you want a paint sample, the coding they used I can't read, but I call them and they can match that color. Here another pic of the color below
    Let me know Barb
  • Jan Loehr Jan Loehr on Jul 13, 2017
    Your home is very stately and classy, it looks to me like the home is smooth stucco, from your photos....our home is a trowled on stucco in almost the same color as yours along with the lighter trim. Our front door is black and stands out beautifully against the colors...we have black lights as well...if you are not amenable to black for your front door, would you consider a bronze brown? It is a combo of black and brown and makes a subtle statement with the rest of your home...I would also remove those clay pots and those wide ferns and get a couple of bronze brown lightweight pots and maybe plant something called Sky Pencil Hollies in those pots...they will have a vertical classy look and won't take up much lateral space to your entryway...I have a couple of those on one side of my bay windows and they look very nice and are easy to keep trimmed & will not get messy....I wish I could see your beautiful home in person...best of luck!

  • Barb Barb on Jul 14, 2017
    Yes and I'm so glad and I'm sure it will turn heads as they drive by🤗