A Year Of Exterior Color Inspirations: The Painted Front Door

January, February, March & April
January, February, March & April
May, June, July & August
May, June, July & August
September, October, November & December
September, October, November & December

The painted front door. A striking focal point that marks our entries with distinction. Curb appeal. Although much can be said of the different colors a door can hold, the year in review is a mere appreciation of 12 colors of distinction. The doorway to our interiors holds an opportunity of expression and a canvas, in which within the respect of architecture, a bold or classic color becomes the focal point. Layers of painted allure, indeed.

For those that wish to linger upon compilations of color beyond what is presented in this post, merely search this blog for “Exterior Color Inspirations”. Below is a closer look at the colors and hues of painted delight…

January:  The "Black Painted Door"
January: The “Black” Painted Door
February:  The "Pink" Door
February: The Unexpected “Pink” Painted Door
March:  The Brilliant "Green" Door
March: The Brilliant “Green” Painted Door
April: The Regal "Purple" Painted Door
April: The Regal “Purple” Painted Door
May: The Bright "Yellow" Painted Door
May: The Bright “Yellow” Painted Door
June:  The Brilliant "Blue" Painted Door
June: The Brilliant “Blue” Painted Door
July:  The Brilliant "Red" Painted Door
July: The Brilliant “Red” Painted Door
Aug: The Tranquil "Turqouise"  Door
Aug: The Tranquil “Turqouise” Door
September:  The Rich Allure Of The "Brown"  Painted & Stained  Door
September: The Rich Allure Of The “Brown” Painted & Stained Door
October: The Unexpected & Brilliant "Orange" Painted Door
October: The Unexpected & Brilliant “Orange” Painted Door
November: The Understated "Gray" Exterior Door
November: The Understated “Gray” Exterior Door
December:  The Classic & Pure "White" Painted Door
December: The Classic & Pure “White” Painted Door

Consider with appreciation the various colors and hues that adorn the exterior world. Even if the mere idea of some of these colors present an unexpected appeal, the appreciation of boldness and impact is worthy of our attention. Color changes the world and certainly changes our personal exterior worlds. Whether timeless or unexpected hues, the coating of our worlds in paint (or stain) will certainly change our perspective and add interest to our exterior worlds, indeed…

Kristin

“Painting is silent poetry”- Plutarch

“We paint the colors of our life rainbow”- T. Hameed

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