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Tornado home in need of a new door color

Posted by tcrave88 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 25, 12 at 8:46

We were hit with a tornado last June, we've done tons of work to our yard and house, but have so much more to do. I would love to change the color of my front door!!!! The house is a pale creamy yellow, shutters are barn red? The front door now is a mossy green, which I love, but think it looks terrible with the house. Any ideas???

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RE: Tornado home in need of a new door color

I'm sorry for what you've been through, but congrats on getting to this point! With red and yellow already in the mix, I think I'd lean towards a more neutral door; however, the link to the picture didn't work for me.

You may want to post this in home decorating, too; there have been quite a few posts over there about front door colors lately. To embed the picture, upload it to flikr or photobucket or tinypic and copy the html code here.

Here is a link that might be useful: Posting Pictures on GardenWeb

RE: Tornado home in need of a new door color


RE: Tornado home in need of a new door color

Black or dark gray/charcoal. I know it seems dark, but it's a nice contrast to light yellow.

Beautiful house!


RE: Tornado home in need of a new door color

I think you are on the right track with green, but you need something less mossy and more toward sage green.

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