Front door color, what does it say about your home? A perspective from Ryan Rose at Keller Williams Realty Downtown, LLC
Your front entry is one of the 1st things your guests see when they walk up to your home. Don’t miss out on this opportunity. For $15 in paint you can add a punch of color and a little fun to your home. And if the color you chose looks terrible after it is on the door, it is just $15 and another hour of your time to paint it another hue. When it comes to choosing a paint color here are some tips to take that leap:
1- Don’t try to match your homes existing color – you want a bright color accent, don’t waste this opportunity by blending in
2- Have fun – have your front door color reflect the energy of your home pick a soft pink with a dark grey home or a bold cobalt blue with a white exterior
3- Pick up color swatches – most home improvement stores have sections of bold accent color swatches. Bring a few samples home to give your door a test run
4- Get inspired online- there are many online resources to fire up that creativity.
5- Surface prep surface prep surface prep – sand off the gloss, clean aggressively. Tape and primer
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Author:Ryan Rose Phone: 720-441-3855 Dated: August 28th 2018 Views: 145 About Ryan: As a Denver Realtor, I am in love with what I do. I was inspired to pursue the real estate professio...
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