5 Colors for a Front Door Makeover This Fall
09/12/2022 | Sara McLean |
Fall Front Door Color Inspiration
Looking to get in a front door makeover just in time for fall? You’ve come to the right place. From our famous Palm Springs Door Tours to our selection of carefully matched historic paint colors, we like to think that we know a thing or two about front door colors—past, present and future. In fact, Dunn-Edwards recently launched our Front Door Limited Edition Color Collection, an assemblage of 80 colors, including 62 brand-new hues to dress your front door in style.
A front door establishes a home’s curb appeal and, further, it ultimately sets the tone for a home. It is, after all, one of the first things guests and neighbors notice about a home. In honor of this new collection and a forward look toward autumn, we’ve put together five front door makeovers for fall.
A front door establishes a home’s curb appeal and, further, it ultimately sets the tone for a home. It is, after all, one of the first things guests and neighbors notice about a home. In honor of this new Collection and a forward look toward autumn, we’ve put together five front door makeovers for fall.
Cherry Harvest (DEFD08) is a deep garnet red that will have guests dreaming of wine, cranberries and other festive fall favorites. With this red paint color on your front door, you’ll create a vibe that’s cozy, calm and luxurious.
LA at Night
Let LA at Night (DEFD48), a deep-sea blue-green, do all the talking. With a change in weather, shorter days, and the desire for hygge kicking in, this moody hue is a perfect match for the moody fall season. LA at Night recalls the mysteries of the night sky over the Pacific Ocean in Los Angeles.
Pumpkin Spice Latte
Brace yourself for the best fall ever because nothing quite says fall like a Pumpkin Spice Latte (DEFD23)! So why not show your love for this warm, spice-laden seasonal favorite on your front door? For a palette that's pumpkin, spice and everything nice, pair Pumpkin Spice Latte with cinnamon browns, creamy neutrals and terra-cotta.
Slightly Jaded (DEFD32) and definitely gorgeous, this front door paint color is a darker, muted emerald green, which screams elegance—a cry that can be heard from the street to the threshold. Craft a cottagecore aesthetic with this tone and pair it with warm neutrals or crisp whites and charcoal.
Bring a calming blue influence to what can be the beginning of a hectic holiday season by making over your front door this fall with Indigo Wash (DEFD59). It’s a color as classic as a good pair of blue jeans.
Looking for more fall inspiration? Seek out these Japandi-inspired color palettes to embrace a minimalist fall season. And for helpful tips on choosing exterior paint colors for a variety of home styles, Dunn-Edwards Color Expert and Stylist offers her exterior palette ideas here.
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