7 popular front door colour ideas

3 min read Doors

Your front door bares a symbolic significance when it comes to the design of your home. The colour can give off a message, and it can make your house more memorable. So, it is essential to choose the right shade to add to the overall colour scheme of your home.

If you have ever had to choose a fresh colour for your front door, you will appreciate how difficult it can be. Luckily, we are here to help. Here are five of the best popular front door colour ideas:

1. Jet Black

Black Composite front door with top light

For certain homes, jet black is the perfect front door colour. Its rich, dark, and dramatic shade complements a modern house or apartment. It is an ideal accompaniment to a steel frame or a milder coloured porch. A jet black front door can act as a tremendous focal point for an all-white coloured home.

2. Grey Satin

Light grey composite front door

Grey satin gives off a subtle yet classy appearance to your front door. While it won’t necessarily make your house stand out among neighbours, it creates an understated welcoming feel. The best part about this shade is that it is versatile. Material wise, you can’t go wrong with a grey composite door; these are very popular at the moment.

3. Cranberry Red

Red composite front door

If you want to make a real statement, consider choosing a vibrant colour like cranberry red. Its elegant and velvety texture provides visitors with a comforting and welcoming atmosphere. A red front door is ideally suited to someone with a bright personality.

4. Mossy Green

Green Composite front door

This is the perfect colour if you want to keep things subtle yet add some character. A Mossy Green front door is a sensible option that’s versatile but best suited to a classy home.

5. Breezy Turquoise

Take some beach vibes to your front door with this soft shade. As a laid back and easy-going colour, breezy turquoise perfectly contrasts a darker backdrop. While it is not entirely neutral, it is simple and tasteful.

6. White

White composite front doorA white front door is the classic choice. This neutral, blank-canvas shade works with pretty much any colour home and style of décor. When looking to create a fresh, clean look, you cannot go wrong with white front doors.

7. Pink

Pink & salmon front doorsAs pink is the colour of love, a pink front door is the perfect way to symbolise that your home is a harmonious and loving place. Soft pinks give off a cottagey vibe, one that works beautifully with traditional styles of architecture.

Get any front door colour for your Surrey home with Sheerwater Glass

Here at Sheerwater Glass, we install front doors built from uPVC, composite, timber and aluminium. Available in all the above colours and many more, we can transform the front of your home with an attractive finish of your choosing. For more information or a free quote, give us a call on 01932 344 415 or contact us online.

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