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What color should I paint my front door?
yirola
February 16, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Our house is a white washed brick with dark brown-reddish roof. The front entrance has travertine floors that match the hues of the bricks and has a single door, currently it's stained dark honey , we are interested in painting the door a contrast color,it's dark already so I will post pictures tomorrow, here is a pic of the lanai that shows the brick and the floor color, but does anyone with a good eye have any recommendations?
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bevballew
Black door. Beautiful patio.
1 Like   February 16, 2013 at 7:28PM
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mdamron61
A walnut color. This would tie into the browns in the floor tiles. Beautiful room!
1 Like   February 16, 2013 at 7:34PM
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Darzy
A light teal/green?

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bevballew
Love the teal.
1 Like   February 16, 2013 at 7:38PM
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kurfurst
Benjamin Moore Silhouette AF-655 or Benjamin Moore Kendall charcoal HC-166
0 Likes   February 16, 2013 at 7:41PM
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yvesun
Chestnut Stain.
0 Likes   February 16, 2013 at 8:06PM
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Meagan
A darker stain/paint will have the most contrast from the travertine and brick! I agree w/ "lion". A deep, rich brown, would look fantastic. If you like the cherry stain, which a lot of people do, that wouldn't look bad either, especially since your roof has some red tones. Black would look great as well! That would be a more contemporary approach. With that said, if your decorating style is more traditional/old world, try staying with the warmer browns/cherry tones!
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yirola
Ok I'm back with more pics, actually the front door is here from up close, from the side walk and a look at lateral areas on this rectangular porch
Thanks for all your great comments so far☺, please keep them coming
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carolins
Lichen by Farrow & Ball would be good: http://eu.farrow-ball.com/exterior-ideas/content/fcp-content

Love the house and the two small trees either side of the entry way.
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