11 Statement-Making Front Doors

Set the tone for your home with a welcoming front door. Here, we take paint color cues from some of our favorite tastemakers on Instagram.

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Idea #1: Choose a color that compliments your brick and matches your shutters.

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Idea #2: Bring personality to solid brown stucco (and shock your neighbors) with an electrifying shade!

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Idea #3: Modernize stonework with a geometric door washed in a surprising hue.

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Idea #4: Freshen-up a traditional door with a unique shade of paint.

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Idea #5: Make an entrance with extra tall doors, exaggerated hardware, and a bold color.

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Idea #6: A gray and white house with a yellow door is an unexpected combination that more often than not works.

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Idea #7: Symmetry and simplicity can make quite the statement.

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Idea #8: Crank it up a notch with vibrant red coated in a high gloss.

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Idea #9: Design blogger Mackenzie Horan stopped in her tracks when she saw this turquoise door in New York City's West Village.

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Idea #10: Above is a bright red door I was drawn to when walking through my neighborhood. Editor's note: If I had a house ( I'm an apt dweller), I would paint my door this exact shade!

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Idea #11: Lime green is a surprisingly welcoming shade for a front door... who knew!

If you could paint your front door a bright shade, what hue would you go for? Tell us below!

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