The spring season is nearly here, which means you may be feeling the need for a little change. Fortunately, you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars on your next home improvement project to gift yourself with a bit of design intrigue. Instead, all it takes is a few gallons of paint and a few hours over a weekend to brighten up your home’s exterior. That’s right – adding a fresh coat of paint on your entry door can boost curb appeal and your mood.
Looking for a color that will make you smile every time you pull in the driveway? Enjoy our list of color options that could inspire your color choice. Remember to choose a color that is bold and matches the overall design undertones of your exterior. Then, have a little fun! There’s no better place to experiment with some color than on your entry door.
Pantone’s color of the year is a deep and rich navy blue, which would look perfect on even the most traditional style entry door. However, you don’t have to stick with a deep navy to make a bold difference. Light blue doors can lighten up otherwise dark exterior features, or a turquoise door can really punch up the style of any suburban home.
Reds and Pinks
We love a bold red door, and the color suits almost any siding/roofing color combination. However, if red doesn’t suit you, perhaps a darker maroon or a lighter pink will. Choosing either of these options will surely make your home stand out without compromising the traditional architecture of your house.
Yellow doors are happy doors, bursting with sunshine. While the color is bright, it matches nicely with most siding choices and it is easy to accessorize with a doorbell or lock.
If you think a coat of paint won’t save your old door, it could be time to invest in a replacement. Call the team at Rusco to learn more about your choices.