These Front Door Colors Are Instant Game-Changers
Color: Southfield Green, Benjamin Moore
This seafoam green is perfect for seaside escapes. Here, the lively shade pops against a classic white façade and artfully worn roof tiles. Pro tip: Match accessories, like the lanterns and planters shown here, to your front door hue!
Color: Hague Blue, Farrow & Ball
Deep blue pairs well with the classic shingle siding and is a new take on a common beach house shade. Take the surf vibes up a notch with a decorative board with coordinating blue trim.
Color: Raspberry Glaze, Benjamin Moore
This sweet red-toned shade peps up this quaint Dutch door and pops against the staid white façade of this classic New England cottage.
Waves of Blue
Color: Buzz-In, Behr
Greet guests with this happy hue before they even step inside! You can’t go wrong with the color of sunshine—inside or out.
Color: Orange Sky, Benjamin Moore
Looking for island vibes all the time? Pair a bright, tangerine orange with a cheery sky blue for an entry that sings.
Soft and Subtle Blue
Color: Philipsburg Blue, Benjamin Moore
We’re loving the nautical vibes from this subdued shade of blue—especially on a Dutch door—against the classic cedar shingles of this New England-style cottage. Finish off the look with an oar accent and potted yellow blooms for a pop of bright.
Color: Dark Salmon, Benjamin Moore
You can’t go wrong with coral in a beach home, so why stop at the door? Here, the shade extends onto the trim and makes a bold statement against the neutral grasscloth walls.
Color: Island Aqua, Behr
Aqua is the quintessential coastal color and fail-proof on a front door. While it can stand on its own, we love painting the shutters a matching hue to really bring the beach vibes home.