A front door can make or break your home’s appearance from the outside. As such, it is important that you make it stand out to create a great first impression. Choosing the right color is something you should consider to improve your home’s curb appeal.

Foolproof Door Colors That Make Your Home Stand Out

Woodbridge Home Exteriors, your local source of replacement windows and doors, shares some of the foolproof colors you can consider to update your front door.

Celery Green

A vivid shade of green can make your entry door stand out while matching the hues of the surrounding landscape. Celery green is one example, and it helps wake up a weary facade while establishing a connection between your home and front lawn or garden.

Shades of Blue

Blue shades are great fit in coastal, colonial and country homes, while a subtle hint of grey can take cues from the other exterior elements such as stone walkways and flower pots. However, if your door has an overhang above it, you can bring it out of the shadows with bright blue hues. See to it that it contrasts well with the siding.

Bright Red

A cherry red door always offer a warm welcome, complementing facades of neutral colors, though it pops out even more when set against exteriors ranging from light to dark gray. For this, choose a door with windows  as to prevent the color from being too overwhelming.

Emerald Green

This particular color creates a great first impression that suits well in traditional or historic home styles. Make sure to paint the surrounding trim with a completely different color for visual interest. In this case, use a soft color like buttery yellow.

Turn to Woodbridge Home Exteriors for a professionally installed steel door designed with security, style and energy efficiency in mind. With a variety of impressive colors to choose from, your entry door can breathe new life to your otherwise dull facade. Complement it with new windows for a complete home improvement experience.

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