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Front Door Color: What does your door say?

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Your front door color is one of the most important aspects of your home. It sets the tone, welcomes guests, and is a key factor in your home's curb appeal. What does your front door color say about your personality? 

Light Blue

Light blue says fresh, relaxed, the beach and clear water. Choose it if you want that “beachy” relaxed-state-of-mind vibe. A light blue front door conveys calm and peace. For feng shui enthusiasts, your front door is the opening to your home's energy. Blue represents the wood element which supports growth and new beginning. 

Navy blue 

A navy blue front door color represents safety, security and stability. It evokes peace and creates a sense of calm for those who enter your home. The deeper the blue the greater support there is for your intentions.  

navy blue front door

Red Front Door

Red is one of the most common front door colors. In early American tradition, a red door meant “welcome.” In Scotland, homeowners would paint their door red when they paid off their mortgage. While bright red says you’re exciting and vibrant, a darker red front door can mean you’re warm and inviting. In feng shui, Red is connected to the fire element. It draws in energy and is believed to bring forward opportunity. 

red front door

Black Front Door

A black front door color symbolizes order and control. It will tell people that you’re sophisticated and authoritative. According to feng shui experts, black absorbs and attracts positive energy. Connected to the water element, it represents wisdom and depth. 

black front door

White Front Door Color

White doors, connected to the metal element in feng shui, evokes a sense of joy, cleanliness, and purity. 

white front door

Are you looking to change features in your home to sell it? If so, consult with a local real estate professional who knows your local market. They will be able to tell you what home features sell in your local market to achieve the best possible outcome. 

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