These Front Door Colors Are Instant Game-Changers
This seafoam green is perfect for seaside escapes. Here, the lively shade pops against a classic white façade and artfully worn roof tiles. Pro tip: Match accessories, like the lanterns and planters shown here, to your front door hue!
Deep blue pairs well with the classic shingle siding and is a new take on a common beach house shade. Take the surf vibes up a notch with a decorative board with coordinating blue trim.
This sweet red-toned shade peps up this quaint Dutch door and pops against the staid white façade of this classic New England cottage.
Waves of Blue
This vibrant shade of blue-green brings to mind the waves of the Pacific—as well as the Beach Boys’ favorite stretch of sand. Pair it with darker blue accents, like the décor shown here, for depth as deep as the ocean.
Greet guests with this happy hue before they even step inside! You can’t go wrong with the color of sunshine—inside or out.
Looking for Mediterranean inspiration? Try a Capri blue front door that opens up to stucco walls, natural accessories, and plenty of texture. Welcome to Club Med.
Yes, white counts as a color! The classic design of this door lends itself to a neutral shade and pairs well with the soft Nile green walls. The natural accents—jute rug, rattan bench seat, live palms—tie the room together.
Looking for island vibes all the time? Pair a bright, tangerine orange with a cheery sky blue for an entry that sings.
Soft and Subtle Blue
We’re loving the nautical vibes from this subdued shade of blue—especially on a Dutch door—against the classic cedar shingles of this New England-style cottage. Finish off the look with an oar accent and potted yellow blooms for a pop of bright.
You can’t go wrong with coral in a beach home, so why stop at the door? Here, the shade extends onto the trim and makes a bold statement against the neutral grasscloth walls.
Aqua is the quintessential coastal color and fail-proof on a front door. While it can stand on its own, we love painting the shutters a matching hue to really bring the beach vibes home.