Choosing an accent color

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We have a grey siding with the the beige colored trimmed windows and a front door that just washes out. There is a little brick around the casing of the door. I want to paint the front door to give a little more curb appeal, but don't know what color to choose.
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  • Jacalyn Jacalyn on Jun 10, 2015
    Red, a dark blue, or eggplant/aubergibe!
    • KATHRYN KATHRYN on Jun 11, 2015
      @Jacalyn a fairly dark steel blue or eggplant will contrast in a subtle way. a dark red will be more vibrant... I agree with these suggestions
  • Loretta Loretta on Jun 10, 2015
    What is your favorite color. Use it,!!!
  • Maria Maria on Jun 11, 2015
    A deep teal
  • Maria Maria on Jun 11, 2015
    A deep teal
  • Pam Pulkrabek Pam Pulkrabek on Jun 11, 2015
    Just saw a grey house/white trim with a green door. I don't like to call it lime green, it wasn't that bright, but in that shade category. I loved it-sharp and a little different than what everyone else has.
  • Patty Butler Patty Butler on Jun 12, 2015
    I think turquoise would look great!
  • Nicki Nicki on Jul 21, 2015
    Here is the before and after of what I decided to do.
  • Nicki Nicki on Jul 21, 2015
    Instant curb appeal! I removed the old storm door, added paint and new hardware and am very happy with the results. It makes the brick molding pop!
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