Paint: Sunny yellow and sage trim
Flower: “Imogen” roses
With a white craftsmen exterior, it can pair well with the pastels of the sunny yellow door and sage trim. Pairing it with the “Imogen” rose with it’s button eye, the lemon-yellow buds add as an accent to the door, even as the petals turn creamy.
2. Cheeky & Chic
Paint: Tulip red
Flower: “Red Riding Hood” Tulip
A red door will always pop against your siding, regardless of the color. If you can, adding black to the trim creates a chic touch to the exterior home. Adding a window box with the tulips can really make the flowers pop against the trim.
Paint: Pop of pink
Flowers: Hot pink hydrangea
A pale pink door with a welcome mat and hydrangeas will liven up your porch instantly, especially if you pair the hydrangeas with different layers of pink throughout the porch.
Paint: Mint green
Plant: Lamb’s ear
A classic color scheme with just a hint of color is the traditional look while still adding some personality to the home. The Lamb’s ear brings a sleek and luxe botanical touch, it’s unique texture creating a soft and airy feel to the home.
5. Southwest-Meets-Midcentury Modern
Paint: Deep teal and matte black
Create a cool feeling around your home with the deep teal and frosty succulent accents in black pottery. With the cacti and succulents, it’ll create a southwestern feel. The leaves of the succulents will also create a striking accent against the door.
Paint: Vibrant yellow
Flower: “Autumn Belle” Azalea
When pairing the vibrant yellow door to blue or gray siding, your door becomes the focal point of your curb appeal. With lush greenery, some pink peonies will create just a touch of contrast that will make your home noticeable.
Plant: Haworthia & Aloe
A lime green door will surely make a statement as a head-turning curb appeal, especially with green shrubbery in neutral toned planters. The Haworthia and Aloe are both perfect plants for more modern homes, and the spiky Haworthia leaves will be a striking pop against the darker tones and complimentary to the lime green door.
Flower: “Busy Bee” rose
A pop of color can be elegant, especially when it’s enhanced with pretty peach and coral flowers. A light, aqua colored door can work great with most siding colors.
Paint: Hot coral
Flower: African violet
Any fuchsia flowers will be a fashionable accessory to the coral color door. It will create attraction to your porch and front door.
A turquoise door will be bold against any sidings against an almost-white pastel color. When you pair it with snow white gardenia, it adds a polished look that is combined with the intense fragrance of the gardenia.