Choosing Color: 5 Fun Options for 1 Sunny Entryway
This sunny entry in Charleston, South Carolina, is lovely the way it is, with its trim details and interesting mix of exotic, elegant accessories with more casual, rustic elements. But I want to illustrate through renderings how a little touch of added color at the front door could make a big impact on the look and feel of the home.
So here are five fun color options for the interior side of this front door.
It’s a great option if you live in a region with a climate that’s often cool and overcast, because it’s a fresh and comforting color. It also works as a near neutral in that it pairs well with many other colors, similar to how a verdant green serves as the foundation hue in a colorful garden.
For a similar look, try Banyan Serenity from Kelly-Moore Paints.
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Rest assured too that should your desire for pink wane, on a door it’s relatively cheap and easy to change it out for another hue.
For a similar look, try Etiquette from Behr.
For a similar look, try Peppercorn from Sherwin-Williams.
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If you too are a fan of greenish blue but find this hue a bit too bold, go for a shade that is lighter and has more gray in it. The gray will tone it down while still giving a refreshing, watery vibe.
For a similar look, try In the Tropics from Benjamin Moore.
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