June 27, 2019 2 min read

The color of your front door reveals more about your personality than you’d think.

We often use color to express ourselves, and the color on your front door is no different. If your door could use some freshening up, consider the statement you want it to make.

Let’s take a spin on the color wheel to see what the color of your front door says about you!

Black

When crossing through a black front door, you are entering a world of order and control.
You like a classic look and are not swayed easily by trends.

Red

Red is bold, yet inviting. Traditionally, a red door signals a hospitable home.

If you have a red door, you also enjoy attention and like to live your life to the fullest.

House painted in Benjamin Moore's Nimbus Gray 2131-50. Available at JC Licht in Chicago

Benjamin Moore (Siding): Nimbus Gray 2131-50, Regal® Select Exterior High-Build, Low Lustre.
(Trim): Pure White OC-64, Regal® Select Exterior High-Build, Soft Gloss.
(Doors): Caliente AF-290, Aura® Grand Entrance®, Satin. (Porch Floors): Normandy 2129-40, ARBORCOAT®, Solid.

Orange

An orange front door is as warm as your personality.
You’re not afraid to make a bright color choice! You have your own one-of-a-kind style.

White

The most common of all front door colors says you’re neat, clean, organized and like to keep it simple.

Green

Traditionally, green indicated prosperity and wealth, but its appeal to nature also means you’re calm, peaceful and responsible.

Front door in a Benjamin Moore Green. Available at JC Licht in Chicago
Benjamin Moore (Door): Crete Countryside, Aura Grand Entrance, Satin. (Trim): Snowfall White OC-118, Aura Grand Entrance, Satin.

Yellow

You like to stand out and really make an impression!
You have a sunny disposition and look on the bright side of any situation.

Gray

Gray is an indecisive color – a mix of black and white.
If you choose to paint your front door gray, you have a hard time making decisions and prefer to compromise.

Blue

Those who paint their doors blue enjoy peace and value truth.
They are well grounded and true to themselves.

Shop Van Courtland Blue HC-145 at JC Licht in Chicago for a beautiful front door.
Benjamin Moore (Door) Van Courtland Blue HC-145, Regal Select High Build, Low Lustre.
(Siding): Wedgewood Gray HC-146, Regal Select Revive.
(Trim): Simply White 2143-70, Regal Select High Build, Soft Gloss.

Brown

Brown doors indicate that those within are warm, reliable and stable, like the Earth.
They can keep an even head and are trustworthy.

Purple

A risky, uncommon choice; a purple door says you’re comfortable taking risks.
You’re a dreamer and free-spirit.

Pink

You’re a hopeless romantic, but also thoughtful, cheery and generous.

Make a statement with your front door with Coral Spice 2170-40 from JC Licht in Chicago
Benjamin Moore (Door): Coral Spice 2170-40, Aura Grand Entrance, Satin.
(Trim): Chantilly Lace OC-65, Aura Grand Entrance, High Gloss.

Benjamin Moore’s Exterior Paints such as Regal Select and Aura Grand Entrance are a great choice for your front door makeover and are available in thousands of colors at your local Chicagoland JC Licht. Stop in today and let our paint experts help you get started!

If you’re looking for a wall paint color or wallpaper that reflects your personality, you’ll get amazing insight at a JC Licht At-Home Color Consultation with a color expert.



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