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The 5 Perfect Color Choices for Your Next Door (and Why!)

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The 5 Perfect Color Choices for Your Next Door (and Why!)

New doors and fresh paint can give your whole home a new look and feel. From boosting your home’s curb appeal to updating indoors, the colors you choose can make a difference. Before you pick your next door and color choice, consider the fact that color choices can tell strangers a lot about who you are. 

According to Zillow, the right door color choice can add up to $6,000 to your home’s value. Not only do color choices represent who you are, but they also add a certain feng-shui to the overall atmosphere of your home. After you choose the right door based on your cost and maintenance needs, upgrade your home by choosing a color to represent your personality.

Blue

Looking for a door color that creates an atmosphere of friendliness? You will send the right message to visitors with a teal or turquoise shade of door color. Teal and turquoise door hues are linked to trustworthiness and invitation, so it is the perfect choice for someone looking to create a welcoming space.

A darker, more royal shade of blue can send a different message. These shades of blue can be viewed as statements of prosperity, calmness, and intellect. No matter the shade of blue you choose, blue door colors can add a sense of peace to any home.

Green

The color green can represent a lot about a household. From the green of nature to the green of money, green door colors can indicate wealth and excitement or show off a natural and serene household. 

Similar to the idea of “going green” for the environment, a neutral green door sends the message of health and eco-friendly choices. A bold green door, on the other hand, can feel more exciting and vivid. In the end, green represents the color of health (of all kinds!). Whether you want to represent physical, environment, or financial health – green is the color for you!

Black

Choosing a black door color adds an air of sophistication to your home. After all, the color black symbolizes order, control, success, and strength. The professionals at Realtor.com even claim that black doors give the impression a home is more stately and safe.

Black is very on-trend at the moment, but it has not always been a popular choice. In the past, black color choices were considered too formal or serious. Voted as the #1 front door color choice to increase your home’s value, black is no longer a risky choice. Instead of formality, buyers and homeowners alike now consider black a glamorous, fun, and safe color choice. 

White

White is the most common of all door colors. The reason for white’s cookie-cutter reputation is likely due to its clean, organized, and simple meaning. 

However, do not automatically view white as a boring or poor choice. White can also add a pristine finish to the interior or exterior of any home. While black doors feel deep and powerful, white doors help create a fresh and light environment.

If you prefer to keep your home clutter-free and tidy, you fall in the same category as many other homeowners who choose a white door color. 

Wood

Last, but most certainly not least, is the popular and earthy choice of a stained wooden door. Many homeowners are choosing to forget the paint to create a more rustic and relaxed atmosphere. From modern bamboo to traditional mahogany, wood grain doors give homeowners a lot of options to choose from.

It is no secret that wooden doors are one of the most attractive features in any popular farmhouse-style home. Before going full steam ahead with a wooden finish, however, make sure the door’s durability and insulation are the right fit for your home and neighborhood.

The doors inside and outside your home make a statement about who you are. Instead of choosing an option that simply matches your current home color choices, think about what color best represents you and your family. 

Color – like music – is one of the most powerful tools we have to express ourselves. Whether updating your doors with yourself or future homebuyers in mind, the right door color will represent your family and increase the value of your home. Do not take it lightly!

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Tal Hassid

Tal Hassid

Founder, ETO Doors

Tal Hassid, founder of ETO Doors, is a door design expert and wood expert in the industry for 15 years.  ETO Doors, one of the largest online marketplaces for doors, carries solid wood and fiberglass doors including Interior, Exterior, and French doors.

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