Hooked on Painted Doors

by hookedonhouses on September 17, 2009


Welcome to Hooked on Fridays, a blog party I host at the end of each week to celebrate the things that make us happy. One thing that never fails to make me smile is a colorful entry door. I’m tempted to paint mine something fun and bright, but I’m not sure what color I’d go with. Right now I’ve got a very basic and boring dark-green door. Yawn. I’d much prefer a yellow door with character, like the one above. Or a cool and modern blue like the one below.


Not sure I’d be up for a pink door, but I sure did like it on this Victorian Painted Lady that I took a tour of last year (if you missed that post, click here to see it):


It looked even prettier with this sweet girl standing next to it (that’s my daughter Lily, who was excited to see a door that was painted in her favorite colors):


What color is your front door? (Yellow door photographed by Anna Kern. Blue door via Domino.)

Don’t forget–today is The Inspired Room’s Beautiful Life party, too! She’s having a Lisa Leonard giveaway today.

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Hooked on Fridays Participants

1. Arleen @ Seasons for All at Home
2. cristin @ simplified bee (tips on decorating fireplace mantels)
3. Olive Rue
4. Porch Days (crafting)
5. Kim @ Everything Etsy (Pincushions)
6. BeachBrights (Chapter 7 Adoption Story)
7. The Shabby Chic Cottage – Shopping
8. DesignTies (Lunenburg tall ships – Bluenose)
9. Lindsay @ Likely Design (My first giveaway! Eco-friendly softbowls! :)
10. Atticmag (The Perfect Cheesecake)
11. A Beach Lovers Place (The Matter of the Header)
12. Christi at A SOUTHERN LIFE
13. Debbykay @ Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm (Exuberant Garden)
14. Terry (Pent Roofs and Petticoats)
15. Kate @ Stolen Moments (east meets west burgers)
16. Beach Cottage Love (white rooms)
17. linda @ Heartfire At Home – Books and Home Libraries
18. A Bird In The Hand: Hooked on NYC!
19. creations From My Heart (Haute Handbags)
20. Stephanie @ A Fine House (tissue Pom-Poms)
21. Linda at Lime in the Coconut~Top Model Home contest!~
22. A Simple Walk (kindergarten)
23. Kimm at Reinvented (Family Heirlooms)
24. Things That Inspire (an inspirational book from one of my favorite designers))
25. A Penny Saved – $6 curtain panels!!!
26. MissCaron(a mountain escape)
27. Black eyed Susan’s kitchen
28. the BLAH BLAH BLAHger (table linens)
29. Struggling to be Stylish (Sorry! Hooked on Sets of Six)
30. Jenny @ Words on Wendhurst (castles)
31. Struggling to be Stylish (Hooked on Sets of Six)
32. Joan@anythinggoeshere ~ hooked on cheap fall decorating
33. SuzyHomemaker (SandCastles)
34. gail-hooked on junk (windows)
35. Jenny@Kerr Family Blog (Antique Anglo-Saxon Reviews)
36. Wanderluster @ RamblingRenovators (kids’ rooms!)
37. Shanty2Chic~Ashley’s Hooked on Numbers!
38. Shanty2Chic~Whitney’s Hooked on Burlap!
39. Laurie@My Domicile Style (Friday Find: Fabulous Fabric!)
40. Fifi Flowers Hooked on Sporty Fashions & Giveaway!
41. Kat @ Pretty in Pink and Green (Antique Teacups)
42. Hooked on THIS White Kitchen (Colour me Happy)
43. Deana
44. elizabeth@alizardsdailyjourney.typepad.com
45. Pam@GardenDesigns more (Rock Furniture)
46. Amanda @ Serenity Now {Chick Flick Club}
47. Christy @ Embellished Bayou (easy dinner recipes)
48. Our Nifty Notebook (Perfect Camera Bag)
49. Elaine @ At Home ‘n About (Shabby Chic)
50. Christy @ Embellished Bayou (glitter pumpkins)
51. Oops! I Craft My Pants (Kelly Hoppen)
52. Trish@TheOldPostRoad (great view)
53. Jennevieve@HouseInsideOut (Hooked on making marshmallows)
54. Eating Simply – The Frugal Cook’s Ribollita
55. Diann @ The Thrifty Groove (Fall Goodwill Finds)
56. {better than candy}
57. Living Locurto (Halloween Party Free Download)
58. Marsha’s Mpressions (summer turns to fall)
59. Simply Sweet Home (chicken tetrazzini)
60. Simply Sweet Home (hand stamped jewelry giveaway)
61. Beautiful Giveaway!
62. Debbykay @ Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm (Junk Bonanza!)
63. Pat
64. Dagny @ Beautiful Living (Chic, Unique and AFFORDABLE art!!!)
65. ImagineCozy (Design Style)
66. Claudia@DipityRoad(Autumn Grasses)
67. Katie @ Making This Home
68. Leanne@Organize & Decorate (handmade cards)
69. Newlyweds (Playing in the rain)
70. Sara (one day – stuff about things)
71. Julie ~ The Little Red Shop
72. Why S? (Fern Canyon and Redwood Forests)
73. Wayfaring Wanderer {Hk’d on Quickstops}
74. Tracey @ Girls to Grow (Decorative Pillow)
75. Tara @ Feels like home (lousy singing)
76. Kathy@Creative Home Expressions {Chunky Black Shelves}
77. janice|Sharing the Journey {hooked on doing life laundry}
78. Erin’s Awesome Blog (Unpacking and Decorating)
79. Paula Grace
80. Paula Grace
81. Deb-Fall Crow Canisters
82. Boulevard Interior Design Free Advice Art and Picture Arrangement
83. Your home, only better. (Milk Commercial)
84. Ashley @ A Hasty Life (Checklists)
85. Stephanie@Geezees(Giveaway!)
86. pk @ room remix – Shopping GIVEAWAY
87. Lavender and Lilies
88. TidyMom (Family Dinner Table)
89. Paula and Pups
90. Kelli@JOY(Sisters)
91. The Stylish House {Enchanted Makeovers}
92. Ashleys Busy (Pendants and Hummingbird )
93. Finding Fabulous (white dish love)
94. Carolina Mama (Disney on Ice Giveaway)
95. Paper Glue Etc. (CARDS, CARDS, CARDS)
96. Rhianna Claire (My ipod)
97. velvet and linen (hooked on the skirted round table and round top antiques)
98. Naomi@Thirteen and South (Crafts Projects and Charity)
99. Katie Darling
100. In Everything (caterpillar science project)
101. Amy (Dollar Store Decoupage Bud Vase)
102. Susan Lang Hooked on Dogs! Functional Design For a home with a dog.
103. Sarah (Summit Avenue Houses)
104. annies home – hooked on the heart of the home
105. Kitchen Stewardship (Yogurt and Kefir Starters – GIVEAWAY)
107. High Heeled Foot in the Door
108. Outdoor Curtains & PVC Rods (Let It Shine)
109. Becky @ Farmgirl Paints
110. Hydrangea Home (painted doors)
111. Ramona@A Day in the Life of Ramona {PUMPKINS!}
112. e-Mom (Ultimate Latte Art)
113. Cozy Kitchen by the Sea-Smokey BBQ Brisket
114. Miss Mustard Seed (Hooked on Ironstone!)
115. DIY Newlyweds – Favorite Design Tools
116. The Architectural Antique Review
117. Puna @ LifeSignatures
118. The Little Bean Blog (Heirloom Party and doors)
119. Peachy Papaya
120. Jessica (hooked on gratitude)
121. Julie @ Organizement (cupcakes)
122. La Maison et la Jardin – Hooked on French Houses
123. Live In Full Color
124. Annie@A View on Design

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Olive Rue September 17, 2009 at 8:58 pm

Ahhh Lily is so pretty, Julia and so are those doors. I know what you mean. I’m the same way. Doors, windows they stop me dead in my tracks everytime.
.-= Olive Rue´s last blog ..300th Blog Post Giveaway! =-.

Arleen @ Seasons for All at Home September 17, 2009 at 8:58 pm

Hi Julia. How fun to be hooked on painted doors! I love the first one you’ve featured here, but the pink one with your daughter is just priceless. Thank you for sharing these photographs! ~Arleen
.-= Arleen @ Seasons for All at Home´s last blog ..Country Rustic Decor =-.

Maya@Completely-Coastal September 17, 2009 at 8:58 pm

Your sweet daughter Lily blends right it!
.-= Maya@Completely-Coastal´s last blog ..The Beach House by Jane Green =-.

Cristin September 17, 2009 at 8:59 pm

The turquoise door is fab!!! And I can’t believe I am #1 for your blog party. So excited.

.-= Cristin´s last blog ..Tips on Decorating the Fireplace Mantel =-.

DesignTies September 17, 2009 at 8:59 pm

I love all the glass around the blue door. And the pink door is great!!

Our front door is purple — Rare Wine by Valspar. I love it :-)

.-= DesignTies´s last blog ..The Tall Ships of Lunenburg, Part 1 – Bluenose =-.

Cristin September 17, 2009 at 8:59 pm

Okay … #2.

.-= Cristin´s last blog ..Tips on Decorating the Fireplace Mantel =-.

Kim @ Everything Etsy September 17, 2009 at 9:00 pm

My front door is white and in need of painting…pretty. I love the blue one! It’s so cute how Lily matches the door. :-)

.-= Kim @ Everything Etsy´s last blog ..Stuck On Pincushions =-.

Lindsay @ Likely Design September 17, 2009 at 9:00 pm

So fun!! My door is boring white right now. And I have a brick house (pink brick, mind you!) so I’m not really sure what color to paint it. Probably a bright lipstick red!!

xo, L.
.-= Lindsay @ Likely Design´s last blog ..{Likely Giveaway} Mio Culture Softbowls! =-.

Robin September 17, 2009 at 9:07 pm

I LOVE the robin’s egg blue (!) door – the modern architecture with antiques, the best of both worlds. Must be my gemini personality! AND I’m so excited I finally had my act together in time to partake in a Hooked on Fridays post!
.-= Robin´s last blog ..Recipe for a Perfect Summer Weekend in NYC =-.

Amy September 17, 2009 at 9:12 pm

Love these pictures! My front door is knotty alder. Would you believe that I caught the painters filling in the knots when they were staining it???? Had a freakout right then and there!
.-= Amy´s last blog ..Getting it together =-.

Kimm at Reinvented September 17, 2009 at 9:17 pm

Uh-oh. My front door is basic black, but it does have a fun apple green monogram on it! :)
I’m heading your direction on Saturday for the big flea market in Springfield, I can’t wait!
.-= Kimm at Reinvented´s last blog ..Decorating With Family Heirlooms =-.

Leanne September 17, 2009 at 9:19 pm

I love painted doors too. I’m trying to decide what color to paint mine, maybe red. I’m not sure yet. I really like that yellow one. Thanks for hosting!
.-= Leanne´s last blog ..Surprise Vacation =-.

Terry Kearns September 17, 2009 at 9:20 pm

Once you paint it the first time, you can change it anytime you want.
.-= Terry Kearns´s last blog ..Pent Roofs and Petticoats =-.

Linda aka Heartfire At Home September 17, 2009 at 9:26 pm

I love painted doors! These doors are beautiful. My own front door is currently a very plain old brown. I’ve always wanted a glossy red door, and it’s on my list of things to do.

Linda. :)

MissCaron September 17, 2009 at 9:29 pm

Oh … I love painted front doors! I’ve always wanted a red door … although I did a series on entryways and the front doors I ended up loving the best were the solid wood with stain and no paint. It’s so hard to decide though I guess it depends on the house.
.-= MissCaron´s last blog ..just because … =-.

joni webb September 17, 2009 at 9:36 pm

Awww, what a DARLING little girl you have!!!!!!!!!!!!! she is too adorable!
.-= joni webb´s last blog ..A Brother and Sister Act =-.

Atticmag September 17, 2009 at 9:42 pm

The yellow double doors is the one for me!
Lily looks just as sweet as ever 😉
Jane T.
.-= Atticmag´s last blog ..Cappuccino Cheesecake =-.

Things That Inspire September 17, 2009 at 9:53 pm

Painted doors are a sweet spot for me. I think they are beautiful inside and outside. There is a home in Atlanta that has the most exquisite painted green door – I am inspired to take my dog on a walk by this house tomorrow just to appreciate the green door!
.-= Things That Inspire´s last blog ..A new book by one of my favorite designers: Jan Showers =-.

Tracy September 17, 2009 at 10:06 pm

Love those yellow double doors! My door is a red-brown that matches the shutters… nothing nearly as happy or charming as the doors you show. Repainting it a warm robin’s egg blue has recently crossed my mind…
.-= Tracy´s last blog ..Coffee Table: A Love Story =-.

Laurie @ My Domicile Style September 17, 2009 at 10:11 pm

Love the doors; in fact that blue door is in the montage behind my blog title. I think it is Barrie Benson, one of my favorite designers. And your daughter is beautiful!! Just like her mom. :-)
.-= Laurie @ My Domicile Style´s last blog ..Entertaining – The Barefoot Contessa =-.

black eyed susans kitchen September 17, 2009 at 10:15 pm

I agree completely, painted doors are like makeup for a house. We painted our front door red last year, and it is like that little touch of lipstick that finishes off an outfit. Your adorable model is just too cute standing by that door.
?, Susan
.-= black eyed susans kitchen´s last blog ..INSPIRATION FROM COOKBOOKS, VINTAGE, CLASSIC AND NEW =-.

Maria Killam September 17, 2009 at 10:20 pm

Love those doors! And that turquoise one is a classic!!
.-= Maria Killam´s last blog ..Hooked on THIS White Kitchen =-.

Amanda @ Serenity Now September 17, 2009 at 10:37 pm

Lily is so cute!!! :) Our door is plain old boring white. I would LOVE to paint it, but it makes T all twitchy to think about that. This must be a sign b/c AnNicole posted about this same thing today!! :)

Thanks for hosting!
.-= Amanda @ Serenity Now´s last blog ..Chick Flick Club tips and Movie Review =-.

Suzy September 17, 2009 at 10:39 pm

I love colored doors too. Ours is Cranberry with a colored stain glass window.
Found an article on the movie set designer for some of the movies from Movie Monday. Thought you might enjoy it. Thanks for all the hard work on Mondays.
.-= Suzy´s last blog ..Hooked on Sandcastles…. =-.

Jenny September 17, 2009 at 10:51 pm

I love the blue door! My front door is a light yellow on the exterior and white on the interior.

Your daughter is adorable!
.-= Jenny´s last blog ..Homeschooling Week 5 =-.

Struggler September 17, 2009 at 11:20 pm

I’m so sorry for messing up Mr Linky – I should know better than to try to squeeze him in before feeding dinner guests.

I do like the modern blue door you found, but the colorful Victorian one no doubt looks stunning with that architecture too. My front door is blue, but it’s not a very exciting shade – one of about six specified by the HOA. I’d love to have a purple door like Kelly!
.-= Struggler´s last blog ..Celebrating with Sixes =-.

{better than candy} September 17, 2009 at 11:44 pm

i love that yellow door soooooooooooooo much! soo refreshing!
.-= {better than candy}´s last blog ..I’M CRAZY FOR…. =-.

Fifi Flowers September 17, 2009 at 11:49 pm

You post inspired moi to PAINT… yessss… I’ve painted the first photo with my own touches of course… have a look… http://fififlowersdesign.blogspot.com/2009/09/lime-doors-to-hope.html
.-= Fifi Flowers´s last blog ..Sporty Fashions… =-.

Diann @ The Thrifty Groove September 17, 2009 at 11:50 pm

I love painted doors! Ours is green right now. Was Red before. LOL

Amy @ Living Locurto September 17, 2009 at 11:56 pm

Now I want to paint my door!
.-= Amy @ Living Locurto´s last blog ..Save the Date for Halloween Free Download =-.

Pat Smith September 18, 2009 at 12:47 am

oops #64 didn’t take, try 65!
I’m hooked on raspberries.
.-= Pat Smith´s last blog ..Raspberries =-.

Dagny @ Beautiful Living September 18, 2009 at 1:09 am

Yay! Me too! We just painted our entrance door turquoise (a la Miles Redd) and I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!!
.-= Dagny @ Beautiful Living´s last blog ..Affordable and Unique art for your home! / Billig og unike bilder! =-.

Why S? September 18, 2009 at 4:45 am

They’re all great but I especially love the one with your daughter. It’s a stunner (as is she).

My front door is painted a crimson. One day, my siding will be sage. That’s the plan for now. We’ll see how that pairing works out.
.-= Why S?´s last blog ..Eureka! Fern Canyon and a Glimpse of Redwoods =-.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions September 18, 2009 at 5:24 am

I love painted doors, Julia, and not just red, black or white ~ I really like those similar to what you’ve shown. We don’t have any too out of the ordinary where I live, but every once in a while I drive by a house that dared to be different. Mine is white right now, but I’ve always wanted to do red or black.

Tara @ Feels like home September 18, 2009 at 5:31 am

Our front door is navy blue. It looks really nice against the front of our house because the house is light blue.
.-= Tara @ Feels like home´s last blog ..Car Seats Save Lives If You Let Them =-.

janice September 18, 2009 at 5:50 am

If drooling over photos of houses were illegal, you’d be done for pushing. I come here and feel like I’ve had a fix!

Our front door is wooden and boring, but my husband’s wary of me painting it – even the neighbours who can see it from their front door have subtly voiced their concerns about me being too radical for the street! Everyone else has dull brown woodwork, but I painted our woodwork a rusty-red orange that makes our brick house zing. (Our south facing, sunny back door is painted a gorgeous Mediterranean blue; it’s in a white wall covered with jasmine and flanked by hydrangeas and a potted olive tree!)

I love painted doors and adored taking photos of doors and shuttered windows when I lived in Greece and Portugal. Your daughter’s even more gorgeous than that pink door. I couldn’t live with it, but I do love the passion of the person who painted it! The yellow one is dreamy.

Thanks, Julia!
.-= janice´s last blog ..Life Laundry…revisited =-.

Paula Grace September 18, 2009 at 6:23 am

My favorite?! The one with the beautiful little girl!
.-= Paula Grace´s last blog ..Fun Friday ~ Celebrity Meet Your Wallcovering =-.

Kristin@Bouelvard Interior Design September 18, 2009 at 7:11 am

I love painted doors. I’ve always wanted a black and white house with a red door. Currently, I have a gray green house with a wood door. It is a very pretty carved door. Love the name Lily. Have a great weekend.

Stephanie@Geezees September 18, 2009 at 7:15 am

I am a sucker for color! I love those doors..the first thing we did when we bought our home was paint our door orange!
.-= Stephanie@Geezees´s last blog ..Another Giveaway?!The prize:custom onesie/bib/burpcloth set =-.

pk September 18, 2009 at 7:26 am

I agree. The first two are my favorites. Not sure I could live with the third one! Happy Friday, Julia. Thanks for hosting this every week.
.-= pk´s last blog ..Creative Use of Small Spaces =-.

Paula September 18, 2009 at 7:45 am

what a great site!

TidyMom September 18, 2009 at 7:54 am

Those doors are GORGEOUS!!! Mine is just boring white – but I did recently “dress it up” with vinyl numbers!! Love it!

.-= TidyMom´s last blog ..Where is the Heart of Your Home? =-.

The Stylish House September 18, 2009 at 7:59 am

Lily is adorable, and the colorful door is pretty too! Thank you for hosting Hooked on Friday.
.-= The Stylish House´s last blog ..Enchanted Makeovers! =-.

Erin September 18, 2009 at 8:19 am

I love painted doors. All of the doors in my house were painted white, so I am adding some color and it just makes it so much more fun!

Lily is adorable. That is a great door! Victorians always have such beautiful color.
.-= Erin´s last blog ..Time for the weekend =-.

Carol M September 18, 2009 at 8:45 am

Mine is a barn red. But at our lake house the door is an old door with a big beveled glass window — it’s stained a walnut color. But I couldn’t resist adding a punch of color. I just painted the screen door a very vibrant lime green.

Aunt Amelia September 18, 2009 at 10:42 am

Painting inside of door………. Interesting!
.-= Aunt Amelia´s last blog ..‘Twas it "Faery Glamour"??? ,-) =-.

velvet and linen September 18, 2009 at 10:49 am

Your daughter is adorable. I love how she is color coordinated with that fantastic door. Right now our door is painted apple green, but I think it’s going to change soon. I haven’t decided what to do next. That yellow door is certainly inviting. Hmmmm…. Thank you for the inspiration.

.-= velvet and linen´s last blog ..from round table to round top! =-.

Naomi September 18, 2009 at 10:49 am

those doors are wonderful. I love a pop of color. I think its especially lovely on french doors leading out into a garden!

Richella at Imparting Grace September 18, 2009 at 11:57 am

Yes, yes, yes. I LOVE painted doors. My current home features the nicest door I’ve ever had in any house. Solid mahogany. Very nice. But the truth of the matter is that I hate the fact that I can’t paint the door. Well, I shouldn’t say “can’t,” but in truth it would be rather a shame to cover this beautiful wood. . . but I like a painted door better! I’ve had black, I’ve had Charleston green (very dark, almost black), I’ve had Talbot’s red–and I’ve loved them all. The ones you picture here are so much fun!!
.-= Richella at Imparting Grace´s last blog ..Heirloom Day =-.

Tara September 18, 2009 at 12:34 pm

Love both of those doors! So fun…mine is white on one side and green (an ugly weird light green) on the other…yawn. I would love a painted dutch door! Have a wonderful weekend!
.-= Tara´s last blog ..Crazy for Numbers~ =-.

Ashley September 18, 2009 at 12:39 pm

I love brightly painted doors so much I painted my own a wonderful sky blue :)

Sarah @ In A Dream September 18, 2009 at 1:02 pm

I love painted doors, too! I saw somewhere talk about wallpapered doors also, like in the different panels of the door (inside the house, of course) which I thought was a neat idea, as well.
.-= Sarah @ In A Dream´s last blog ..Inspiration Everywhere I Look =-.

JOYCE September 18, 2009 at 1:47 pm

Just linked up with my blog! Actually, I’m still a blogging and linking “virgin” so I’m hoping I did this correctly and all went well. I am officially Hooked On Thrifty Treasures. Stop by my blog and read all about my latest finds!

Smiles & Hugs,

Camila September 18, 2009 at 2:15 pm

I love painted door with a pop color. I really wanted to paint my front door pink, but hubby was not too happy about that. So I went with black instead. Talk about a total turn around, but it came out great!

Hope you have a great weekend!
.-= Camila´s last blog ..The Cat’s Meow =-.

Alyshia September 18, 2009 at 2:27 pm


Thanks for hosting the party! This is my first time to join, such fun!!
Love those painted doors too!!!

.-= Alyshia´s last blog ..Outdoor Curtains with PVC Rods =-.

Becky @ Farmgirl Paints September 18, 2009 at 2:48 pm

I’m hooked on them too. Love the yellow one:)
.-= Becky @ Farmgirl Paints´s last blog ..One week in! =-.

Dawn-Hydrangea Home September 18, 2009 at 3:20 pm

Julia-I came here to add my post about painted doors that I did last week inspired by our trip to Maine. How funny – you also posted about painted doors! I love them too. And I think I’m going to go with a Robin’s Egg Blue. Also, I accidentaly linked to the wrong post on my blog if you want to delete it – it’s # 111.
Have a great weekend!
.-= Dawn-Hydrangea Home´s last blog ..Office Chic at Make Mine Pink Friday =-.

christy September 18, 2009 at 5:33 pm

OOh I love painted doors too. And the one with Lily is so cute! Our front door is painted black, but I’d love to paint it cobalt blue. Maybe one day!

Puna September 18, 2009 at 6:52 pm

That is an adorable little girl!

Kelly September 18, 2009 at 7:23 pm

Love these doors! I’m actually in the middle of a door dilemma, perhaps you could offer a few pearls of wisdom?? I’m trying to decided whether to paint (white) or stain my sidelights on the brand new fir door I bought. The door itself is going to be a deep walnut. What would you do?
.-= Kelly´s last blog ..Heirloom Party =-.

Roberta September 18, 2009 at 7:34 pm

Why do most of us have dull doors? Girls, this is not a big committment! Mine is dull green w/ pretty plum shutters and natural shingles. I think it’s high time for a turquoise door!!! Thanks for the inspiration!!
.-= Roberta´s last blog ..Beach Bum Baby on Waterside Wednesday =-.

StuccoHouse September 18, 2009 at 10:28 pm

I love yellow doors! I painted mine two colors of yellow last year & added a vintage style striped canvas shade. I smile to my self whenever I walk up my front steps.
.-= StuccoHouse´s last blog ..One Inch Short =-.

sue@solsticehome September 19, 2009 at 12:14 am

julia..you must stop with the great inspiration ideas…i can’t possibly do all the things you make me want to do!! ahhhh..that blue door..
.-= sue@solsticehome´s last blog ..The Great Crate Caper =-.

Live In Full Color September 19, 2009 at 6:31 am

I’m a bit obsessed with door color- just changed mine to BM’s Classic Burgundy and love it! A friend just painted hers the most vivid orangy red ( on a tudor )- it gives just the perfect punch of modern color! It’s amazing how much a change of color on the front door can make such a huge impact on your house’s curb appeal.
.-= Live In Full Color´s last blog ..Best In Color: September Week 3 =-.

Annie@A View on Design September 20, 2009 at 4:06 am

How good are those colours – love em!
.-= Annie@A View on Design´s last blog ..Versace Style on the Gold Coast, QLD =-.

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