20 Front Door + Shutter Color Combos We Love
Show off your personality and amp up your home's curb appeal with one of these head-turning exterior color palettes.
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One With Nature
When selecting the right color palette for the front of your house, take a cue from your surroundings. Lush greenery shrubs blend seamlessly with the bold, green front door and matching shutters on this pale yellow, English cottage home.
Create a warm and inviting feel with a splash of bright color. The fire engine red door on this traditional home provides polished contrast to the black shutters and white paneling.
You can never go wrong with a cozy, neutral exterior. Dark, walnut-stained shutters and a matching wood front door enhance the warm, farmhouse-style exterior of this whitewashed home.
Sunny + Bright
With its bright yellow front door and dark amber shutters, this playful cottage is sure to shine even on the cloudiest of days.
A Touch of Olive
Olive green board-and-batten shutters and a matching front door add warmth to this modern, cottage-style exterior while complementing the home’s emerald green landscape.
Black on Black
Sporting matching black, raised-panel shutters and a glossy black entry door, this traditional-style cream home is the epitome of elegance.
Green With Envy
Who says doors and shutters have to match? With its grass green shutters and lighter, olive green door, this beautiful Colonial home is at once stately and totally unique.
Soft blue board-and-batten shutters (custom built by Home Town's Ben Napier) complement this cozy cottage’s oak front door and charming wooden window boxes.
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In the Navy
Navy blue wood shutters and matching front door pop against this French country estate’s stucco exterior.
Crazy for Cutouts
Popularized in the 1920s, cutout shutters are a subtle way to showcase your unique personality. With its half-moon shutters and mustard yellow door, this navy blue bungalow proves beige doesn't have to be boring.
Less is more when it comes to this modern Colonial’s color palette. Elongated gray shutters add height and character while a white entry blends seamlessly with the cool, crisp exterior.
Could your home use a facelift? Paint the front door an unexpected color, like a bold red-orange. This stacked home’s door provides a stark, dramatic contrast to its traditional white shutters and green siding.
A timeless colonial deserves an equally timeless color palette. Black louvered shutters offset a rich walnut front door to create a sophisticated look on this red-brick classic.
Striking teal shutters and a pale blue door add a punch of seaside-esque color to the front of this buttermilk yellow home. We're also swooning over the ocean-hued front porch.
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On the Farm
With its clean, white siding and striking apple red shutters and front door, this charming North California home looks like it was pulled straight from a country farm.
Muted green siding provides a soft backdrop to oak shutters and a wood front door, allowing this Tudor-style cabin to blend seamlessly with the lush, rolling mountains that surround it.
“This house has so much character that you almost can’t tell it’s new construction,” say homeowners Brit and Zack Drozda. And we agree. This soft white home shines with sea blue, board-and-batten shutters and a rustic, arched front door.
Shutter color: Drizzle by Sherwin Williams
Front door: doors4home.com
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As the old saying goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." This 1920s-era, Tudor-style home looks just as it did back in the day, with black, louvered shutters and sophisticated, matching front door gorgeously complementing the blue-gray, wood shingle siding.
Shutters & front door: Black by Dunn-Edwards
Siding: Agate Green by Dunn-Edwards
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Timeless Gray + Black
Who says neutrals have to be bland? The windows on this mid-mod rancher are trimmed in black to pull out the black front door and accentuate the soft gray shutters.
A Nod to Neutrals
Taupe shutters and a matching front door allow the stone accents to shine on this traditional-style home’s exterior.