A bright yellow door pops against a blue exterior while matching the classic louver shutters. A cobblestone walkway and granite steps lead to a large front deck perfect for entertaining neighbors and friends.
According to Remodeling Magazine’s 2015 Cost vs. Value Report, there’s one remodeling project that actually returns at least 100% of your investment through added home value: adding a steel entry door like this one from Pella. Besides its aesthetic appeal, a new steel front door can improve your home’s security and energy efficiency as well. But you won’t be satisfied with your door’s performance unless it’s plumb, level and square, so installation is a job for a pro unless you have serious carpentry experience.
Gray Colonial Home Boasts Vibrant Yellow Front Door
An electric yellow front door adds an unexpected punch of color to this gray home, which features classic colonial architecture. The bold front door hints at the funky interior design that awaits inside.
What beach house would be complete without a bright yellow door to match its sunny surroundings? An industrial railing with steel cables finishes off the balcony and provides an unexpected contrast to the natural landscaping.
A canary yellow front with a green door mat is a bright and bold entrance to this striking modern home. Multicolor wood paneled exterior walls adds a neutral, craftsman look alongside the bright blocks of color.
Origionally, the owners of this modern California home opted for a monochromatic grey facade. However, to show their personality and accent the double canted roof, they decided to add a pop of yellow at the front and sides. Board form concrete comprises the base of the structure, which is left exposed rather than painted.
After a mini-makeover from HGTV’s Curb Appeal team, this home’s entryway draws the eye with a bright orange front door, two blue planters and attractive modern house numbers. The brightly colored accents look particularly striking against the home’s gray exterior and porch.