5 Bold Front Door Colors We Love

A colorful first impression starts with your home’s exterior. Our Director of Color Marketing, Sue Wadden, shares her picks for five bold front door colors that boost curb appeal with a splash of saturated color.

front door in coral color

Quite Coral

If you have a lighter exterior and lots of greenery, try painting your door in Quite Coral to create colorful contrast that draws the eye toward your home’s entryway.

front door in grape color

Fabulous Grape

Warm up your front door with Fabulous Grape. This dark shade of purple features a warm tone that’s great for giving your home’s exterior a welcoming feel.

front door in pistachio color

Oh Pistachio

Brighten up the front of your house with a door painted in Oh Pistachio. This airy shade of green is great for giving your home a lighter look that pairs well with florals and greenery.

front door in olive green

Hunt Club

Looking to make a statement? Hunt Club’s bold shade of green creates attention-grabbing color that’s perfect for making your front door the focal point of your house.  

front door in light blue

Billowy Breeze

Bold doesn’t have to mean dark. Billowy Breeze features a light and airy shade of blue that adds a pop of pastel color to your front door.

For more color inspiration on your next project, explore ColorSnap® Visualizer. With so many ways to explore color, you’re just a click away from finding the one you love.


  1. I would like to know the color of the trim that is paired with Billowy Breeze. It seems to be Alabaster or Greek Villa.

    • Hi Stephanie, we don’t have an exact match to provide, but the trim around the door is very close to Extra White SW 7006 and then the off white is Alabaster SW 7008.


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