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Front Door Inspiration For Every Home Style
Your front door is the first thing people see when they arrive at your house, and it's an opportunity to make a lasting impression. Whether your home style is traditional, modern, farmhouse, or anything in between, we've rounded up some front door inspiration that's sure to make a statement. From bold and bright colors to classic finishes, we hope this blog post will inspire you to find the perfect front door for your home.
Geometric Yellow on the front door of the award-winning Newport plan by Butler Homes.
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Geometric Yellow by Sherwin Williams is a perfect color choice for a bold front door because it's vibrant and eye-catching, instantly creating a cheerful and inviting atmosphere. This color holds a touch of modernity, making it a great choice for contemporary or mid-century modern homes. Yellow is also a color that symbolizes warmth and optimism, which can create a positive impression on guests and passersby alike. Overall, Geometric Yellow is an excellent choice for those who want to make a statement with their front door color while still maintaining a sense of style and sophistication.
Hale Navy on the front door of the Juniper plan, 1st Place winner in the Parade of Homes.
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Hale Navy from Benjamin Moore is a classic, timeless color that works well with a variety of home styles. It's a deep, rich navy blue that adds a touch of sophistication and elegance to any entryway. One of the best ways to use Hale Navy is to pair it with crisp white trim and accents to create a stunning contrast that really pops. Another option is to pair it with warm wood tones or metallic finishes to add warmth and texture. When selecting a paint finish, a semi-gloss or high-gloss finish will give your front door added durability and shine. Overall, using Hale Navy as a front door color is a great way to add curb appeal to your home.
Acacia Haze on the front door in the entryway of the Gracie plan by Butler Homes.
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Acacia Haze by Sherwin Williams is a soft and muted green-grey color that has a subtle warmth to it. The color tone is reminiscent of a misty morning in a forest, with a slight green undertone that adds a natural and calming effect to any space. This color pairs well with natural wood accents, and is an excellent choice for a front door or shutters. It also works well with dark or white trim to provide a classic and timeless look. Acacia Haze is a versatile color that can complement both modern and traditional interiors.
The Manchester plan, 1st Place winner in the Parade of Homes.
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Debonair by Sherwin Williams is a deep and rich blue color that has a strong sense of sophistication and elegance. The color tone is reminiscent of a classic navy blue, with a touch of grey undertone that adds depth and complexity to the hue. Debonair can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to traditional homes, especially those with brick or stone exteriors. The color pairs well with natural wood finishes and white or light grey accents, providing a classic and timeless look.
Black Fox on the front door of the The Breckenridge plan, 1st Place winner in the Parade of Homes.
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Black Fox by Sherwin Williams is a rich, deep brown color that can add sophistication and warmth to a home's exterior. The color has a medium-dark brown base with subtle hints of black, creating a depth and richness that is reminiscent of espresso or dark chocolate. The finish has a matte appearance, adding to the warmth and texture of the color. This rich, deep brown pairs well with traditional or craftsman-style homes, as well as modern homes with clean lines and minimalist design. It pairs well with warm earthy colors and natural stone accents.
Whether you're looking to add a pop of color or create a more classic and traditional feel, we're here to help. We hope this guide has provided you with some inspiration and ideas for your next front door makeover. Remember, your front door is the first impression your home makes, so make it count!
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