You only have one chance to make a first impression is a saying I think can be applied to the front door of one’s home. The front door is one of the first aspects of the house a guest first sees, so why not make it an unexpected one. This is a chance to portray some personality and keep guests eager to walk through that door and see what else your home expresses.
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This door makes my door envious. That hardware is something else, let me tell ya.
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A coat of orange paint and your home is Fall-ready.
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See what I mean, behind a chic painted door is a very stylish pad. The floors, the zebra rug, the minty fresh walls, the vintage painting, the casually thrown bicycle – yum.
My front door with newly added hand painted shade.
A beautifully soft shade of pink set amongst cold Ionic columns and brick backdrop.
Neon colored front door and black walls. Risque but oh so nicely paired.
As much as I love fun colored doors, a black one embodies sophistication.
I saw this door last weekend while I was in Palm Springs. I noticed it the second I exited my car. Past the double doors was a ton of mid-century goodness.
Here’s a close-up of the detail surrounding the doorknobs. Gorgeous.