An interesting way to make your property pop is a brightly colored front door in contrast to a dark exterior color. This glossy metal fire engine red door instantly gets attention. The frosted glass panels add another layer of interest to this very different and obviously custom designed door.
Create a true reinterpretation. This modern reinterpretation of the red front door makes an immediate statement. The juxtaposition of frosted glass, bright red frame and gray exterior color make for an intriguing entry, one you almost want to go into just because you're curious to know what's behind the door.
Front door. Nothing provides an enticing welcome like a front door painted in high-gloss red paint. That said, it’s time to get out your paint brushes!Next: Browse great weekend projectsDIY: Sit Pretty With Mismatched ChairsDIY: Project Knickknack Makeover
Frosted glass gives this patio more privacy. The partial-height door doesn't cut off light or air flow, and the pivoting mechanism allows for the use of a large statement door that doesn't swing out as far into one space; the swing is distributed between two spaces and folds against a wall, keeping the passageway clear.
A red door certainly works if you're not ready to make the entire house red. The red door became popular in Colonial America as a result of trade with the East, where the color red signified good luck and good fortune.
Interior designers have traditionally energized a quiet room with a splash of red — an accent pillow, a piece of pottery or even a single wall. In a similar way, the exterior of this contemporary but neutral house gets a lift with a cherry-red front door.