Top 3 Tips for Choosing a Front Door Color with Curb Appeal

The easiest way to increase your property’s value is to focus on your home’s curb appeal first. When your home looks appealing from the exterior, people automatically assume that the inside is excellent, too. For quick tips on how to add curb appeal, download the new Curb Appeal ROI Infographic. It includes ten top tips for creating curb appeal to guide you to get the biggest bang for your time and investment.

Curb Appeal

When it comes to curb appeal, the home’s entrance is the place to begin. Your entryway is the focal point of your exterior, and the front door offers homeowners the most flexibility in color choice, and it is the right place for their personality to shine through.

The color you choose for your front entryway system may seem like a small detail, but it can impact your home’s overall appearance. Your front entrance welcomes your guests and conveys the warmth, happiness, and comfort inside your home. It is a focal point for the front of your house. You want your entry door to stand out, to call attention to your front entrance.

My Top Three Tips for Choosing Your Front Door Color

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1. With a dark roof, a deep, rich color whether the same color or in another tone of the same darkness, draws the eye upward.

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2. Using a rich, deep, or even a bold color on your home can take a home from nice to knockout!

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3. A lighter or brighter color will work best for a front door shaded by an overhang or set back in an alcove.

What Your Front Door Color Says About You

Need some help to find “your” color? Here is my just-for-fun, non-scientific assessment of what your front door color says about you.

  • Black says I’m consistent, conservative, and reserved in my manner and my approach to color. My preferred design style is timeless rather than trendy.
  • White says that I prefer things that are organized, neat, and clean. Even if my home isn’t always that way, I wish it were.
  • Red tells the world to “look at me!” I am not afraid of standing out or saying what is on my mind. If your door is red, but you are someone that is not as outwardly as bold as this color, you may wish you were.
  • Blue says you are naturally at ease in most situations, and people are attracted to your charming personality.
  • Green tells the world you have traditional values and enjoy being a member of a community.
  • Yellow says you have a personality similar to green but is a bit less traditional and likely someone who is a leader or organizer of the group.
  • Orange says I’m friendly, fun-loving, and enjoy a get-together.
  • Purple reveals a free spirit who is comfortable taking a risk, thinking differently, and dreaming big.

How did I do? Does the color you like most match your personality?

Roofs with Curb Appeal

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