What Are The Best Interior Door Colors?
But what are the best interior door colors? The very best color for your home is the one you like best and puts a smile on your face, but we would like to put you in the right direction, at least. Door color can do some magical things to your space.
For small spaces and rooms, a door can break up wall space and make a room or entryway look even smaller. Thus, it is essential to try and paint the door the same color as the wall and trim. This trick can make the room feel more spacious. Try to keep small areas in a classic, basic palette like white or cream to make the room feel much more extensive. Historic interior doors are frequently intricate, with lovely old details such as panel and trim. Based on total wear and tear, or if they have been painted before, a new layer of interior door trim paint can make these beautiful details stick out a lot more. Interior painters usually paint historic houses to keep with the times they were constructed. That does not mean your wall and doors have to be dingy or stodgy, though! Instead, opt for modern versions of historic colors. For instance, a more contemporary “greige” is a fantastic refresh on older, drab creams.
Unlike smaller spaces, larger spaces can handle a bit more of a punch; thus, interior doors can be painted in a bolder color. For a touch of color, use a full shade in the same color family. For instance, a traditional navy on an interior door will look great in a house which predominantly uses other blues. If you want something much more intense, pick an accent color you currently use in other parts of the house.
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