Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Finding the perfect front door paint






It's that time of year again. You want to cosy up the house, make sure the gardens ready for the winter.

It'll be time to put the wreath on the door soon, no better time to consider painting your front door before it gets too cold. 

There are so many colours to choose from and it can be quite a daunting prospect. 

Here are a few of my favourite picks... 

This has been created using "pidgeon" by Farrow and Ball. 

Such a lovely warm colour and contrasts perfectly with the stone walls.

The green of the plants compliments it very well too. 

                       

This has been created using one of my all time favourite paint colours. "Brinjal" by Farrow and Ball.

It contrasts so well with the white and green...perfect!

                                         

"Manor house grey" Farrow and Ball, a colour you can never go wrong with. 

It seems to suit most houses and colour schemes and it's a proper grey that doesn't look too cold. 

If you fancy a door that will "pop"...

                     


This bright red looks amazing in this setting and would suit most house. Very regal! 

"Rectory Red" by Farrow and Ball

Last but not least and one of my favourites...

                                   


This is "down pipe" by Farrow and Ball.
This doorway was created by Abigail Ahern.

The colour is so effective and strong. It's got the perfect density and adds a real style statement! 

Any colour would look great with this, some bright colour accessories would look fantastic with this and the green of some plants would compliment it perfectly. 

                         

                                                                  "Down pipe" 

Which colour would you choose for your door? 

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