12 Bold, Inviting Paint Colors for Your Front Door

Give your home instant curb appeal by simply updating your front door with a fresh coat of paint. Not sure where to start? We gave one front door 12 new looks using trending hues so you can test drive the colors before diving in.

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Paint It ... Aqua

If there was ever a color that seems to work well anywhere, it's aqua. This pale hue exudes a cool, collected vibe we love all year-round.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Aquatint (SW 6936)

Paint It ... Pink

Far from babyish, this honeysuckle-pink door commands attention in the most sophisticated way possible.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Eros Pink (SW 6860)

Paint It ... Kiwi

Clean, simple and happy is how we’d describe this spring-inspired door painted in a perfect shade of mint green.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Kiwi (SW 6737)

Paint It ... Cobalt

This entry feels fresh and nautically-inspired thanks to the bold, blue hue on the door and a variety of aqua and orange accessories.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Regatta (SW 6517)

Paint It ... Coral

Nothing feels more appropriately spring than a door covered in a cool shade of coral. Blooming azaleas add a perfect finishing touch to pull out the shade of pink.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Dishy Coral (SW 6598)

Paint It ... Powder Blue

Some entryways just feel a bit glamorous, and this one is perfectly accented with soft gray statuary and pale green silver dollar eucalyptus.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Languid Blue (SW 6226)

Paint It ... White

This crisp, white door helps to create a serene, tone-on-tone entryway that's perfect January through December.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Extra White (SW 7006)

Paint It ... Yellow

Yellows are notoriously tricky because they can often come across juvenile. But this door hue is terrifically gorgeous against shades of gray and a midcentury modern backdrop.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Lemon Twist (SW 6909)

Paint It ... Turquoise

This door in a bold turquoise hue feels like it's straight from Palms Springs. (And we love it.)
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Splashy (SW 6942)

Paint It ... Red

Everyone loves a bright red door, and this one is particularly striking when paired with turquoise accents.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Heartthrob (SW 6866)

Paint It ... Black

This entryway is classic yet modern thanks to the black door and edgy, sophisticated outdoor accents.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Tricorn Black (SW 6258)

Paint It ... Hunter Green

The strong topiary profile is set off by the similar color tone of the deep green door color.
Get the Look: Sherwin-Williams Evergreens (SW 6447)

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