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7 Quick Ideas To Make Your Front Door Pop

Making your front door pop the absolute cherry on top of the ultimate stylish home. Your front door isn’t just a way to get inside your home, it also acts as its first impression. Whether bold, classy or completely out-of-the-box, it’s incredibly important to pay attention to your walk-in space just as much as the rest of your home. Remember, it’s the first and last thing your guests will see when they come over!

1. Artsy Spirals.

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Adding intricate details and designs to your front door is one of the many ways to make your entryway explode with creativity. There’s so many different ways to add this type of decor, whether using a screen or fencing, but no matter what, these kinds of lines can be seen from afar and definitely create something magical.


2. Fire Engine Red.

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Want something a bit bolder? Try a fire engine red. If you’ve gone light siding or a lighter brick, paint your door a vibrant red. It’ll avert everyone’s attention and create a fun, playful atmosphere.

3. Sunshine Yellow.

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Are you wondering who lives inside this sunshine-y wonderland? If you’ve got a blue house, yellow will only enhance its tone. Pairing these two opposites make the entire house pop and demand a smile!

4. Orange You Glad?

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Orange is one of the more eclectic choices when it comes to front doors. A white house is the best option if you want to go with an orange tone, but when you do pair the two … it’s beautiful! Another playful way to dress your entryway and a simple way to create something completely design-worthy.

5. Outline it too!

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If you don’t want to commit to anything too daring, just use an outline. Keep a neutral shade on your door (but different from you house’s colors) and outline it with something in an opposite color family. It’ll frame the door and make it pop without causing too much “noise.”

6. Down-to-Earth.

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Maybe your a bit more chill than hot pinks and bright yellows. Find a beautiful, classic wood door to refresh this space. It’s still quite stylish but completely cozy and homey. Plus you can also add a bit of color to frame the door with this option too!

7. Bubble gum pink.

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Feeling feminine and completely daring? Try a bright pink or a dark fuscia. Both colors make a statement and add a lot of girlish charm.

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Posted in How To, Tips, and Advice on August 31, 2012

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From the outskirts of Nashville, I couldn't imagine calling anywhere else home. Graduating Summa Cum Laude from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a B.A. in Communication, I'm a lover of words.

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