Choosing a Colour for your Front Door

Your front door is the focal point of your home and the first thing guests will see when visiting you. Your front door can make a great statement and express your sense of style and personality.

Things to consider when choosing a colour:

  • It is important to co-ordinate the door with the rest of the house, look at the colours and tones in the walls, are they brick, stone or Stucco.
  • What is the style and period of your home. Victorian houses lend themselves well to a pop of colour, Modern and contemporary styles favour more neutral colours.
  • Where are you located, consider the surrounding area, do you want to stand out or blend in. Are there any local restrictions, and are you city based or rural.

We can match to any popular paint colour: Farrow & Ball, Zoffany, Little Greene Paint company

Front Door Colours tend to fall into four categories:

  1. Bright and Bold colours

Bright and bold colours work well with Red brick and Victorian style properties, here is a selection of previous projects 

Matched to: Zoffany Lazuli  Farrow & Ball  St Giles Blue and Farrow & Ball Rectory Red

2. Neutrals

Neutrals work well with modern and contemporary style houses, Barn conversions and period properties.

Colours including tones of Grey and Stone and natural Greens.

Matched to Farrow & Ball: Pavilion Blue, Card Room Green and Dimity

3. Black

A Black front door conveys a sense of power, strength and authority most famously seen as No: 10 Downing Street. It is also a great colour for a Gothic styled home.

4. Natural Translucent colours which allow the beauty of the wood grain to show through

This paint finish lends itself perfectly to rural properties and barn conversions