Modern Masters
Modern Masters
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  • Vernon Hills, IL

Paint a Front Door Refresh for Spring!

2 Materials
$20
1 Hour
Easy

A colorful painted front door makes for a welcoming entrance! In fact, Pinterest 100 recommended that ‘colorful statement doors’ are the new way to greet your guests and that shares for ideas and project inspiration are up 121% on their site. Our makes it a breeze to refresh your home’s entrance. The water base formula is easy to paint with and also dries fast, which means you can close your newly updated front door in just a few hours. Better yet, the Non Fade Technology ensures your door will look beautiful season after season. Ready for a few ideas?
paint a front door refresh for spring
Linda Gale Boyles of Southern Inspirations painted her front entrance with the deep blue color of Serene. It looks wonderful against the bright, colorful flowers!
paint a front door refresh for spring
After seeing positive reviews online of Front Door Paint, Shannon Shepard of Madson Goods decided to update their front door with the color Elegant black. Their door receives direct sunlight all day and so they needed the ultimate fade resistance that our Front Door Paint provides. Looks great!
paint a front door refresh for spring
A red front door makes such a stylish statement! Designer Cheryl Luckett of Dwell by Cheryl used the color Ambitious to brighten up and refresh her front porch entrance.
paint a front door refresh for spring
Front Door Paint is not just for doors! Shutters can be painted and updated to complement your home’s exterior colors, with long lasting results. The color Natural was used here by A Sweet Berry.

For more spring front door inspiration, head on over to our blog via the link below. We'll see you there!

Suggested materials:

  • Modern Masters Front Door Paint  (www.modernmasters.com)
  • Front Door Paint  (www.modernmasters.com)

To see more: http://modernmasterscafe.com/2018/03/23/paint-front-door-refresh-update-non-fade/

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