Have you been trying to add a little curb appeal to your home? One of the best ways to make your home stand out on the block is with a fun, bright front door! In this post I’ll show you some of my favorite front door colors. Plus, I’ll show you a few more curb appeal ideas that you’ll want to steal.
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I wanted to start with one of my favorites, teal! Angie shows us how a teal door can really pop with farmhouse style décor. If you want to copy this look add a bright chair in a complimentary color to create a charming front porch.
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Have you thought about trying orange for a front door color? I think it’s one of those underrated colors. But look how amazing it looks with white, and brick.
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A blue door would work great with a lot of different exterior colors. You can take some curb appeal inspiration from Corey from Raleigh, North Carolina too. If you want to steal her style, try adding symmetry to your front porch with matching plants and lanterns on each side of the door.
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This mint green is a fresh pretty color for a front door. What I love most about it is that this color will look great for every season. Stacy, from Savannah, Georgia, has created a cute spring look that you should copy! Then you can switch out your wreath and plants for each season.
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How about a black front door? Black instantly adds sophistication and a modern touch to your home. Plus, white accents will really pop on your black door, like the cute little hello sticker here. Here’s a similar one on Etsy. Robbie, from California loves to change up her wreaths and plants and if your door is black you can add tons of color when the mood strikes.
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Yellow works so great for a front door because it’s a sunny, welcoming color and makes a cheerful first impression. This color is Benjamin Moore Leap of Faith. If you want to steal the style of Amanda, from Grand Rapids Michigan, then a giant hello sign is a fun touch. You can find it here.
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Can you pull off a pink front door? Vanessa from the Cotswolds shows us how to add that cottage charm with a bright pink door. It almost gives a fairy tale feel to her adorable cottage, don’t you think?
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A natural wood door with glass is a showstopper! I’m loving the traditional touches that Jessica, from Alabama, added to take this porch to the next level including the greenery!
Dark blue gives a timeless classic feel to your front entry. To steal this style, you can add a striped layered mat and matching classic style planters on each side of the door and accent with a beautiful wreath.
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Black and glass would add a touch of sophistication to your front entry. If you have two doors take a cue from Jereme and Maloni and add two matching wreaths!
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Lastly, I wanted to show you one of my favorites, a natural door. A natural door looks amazing with farmhouse décor. Kylie from Omaha, Nebraska shows us how adding plants whether real or fake can give your porch those spring vibes. She adds fake plants in the spring because ya know Nebraska!
Has all this looking at cute front porches made you want to go shopping and re-do yours? If so, then check on my favorite front porch finds below.
FRONT PORCH DÉCOR | WHERE TO FIND
ONE | FLORAL WREATH
TWO | HELLO DECAL FOR DOOR
THREE | MODERN PORCH LIGHT FIXTURES
FOUR | 2 PACK LARGE LANTERNS
SIX | LARGE HELLO SIGN
SEVEN | STRIPED LAYERING MAT
EIGHT | HI CUSTOM NAME DOOR MAT
I hope you’ve gained some inspiration from these beautiful homes to try one of these front door colors and really take your curb appeal to the next level! All you need is a can of paint and a few hours of work and you can give your home a fresh new look. If you loved this post feel free to give it a share on your favorite social and pin your favorite front door to one of your Pinterest boards.
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