What does your front door say about your house?
Your front door looks dated, scratched, is tired and worn looking. The paint is coming off and you want a refreshing new look. Your front door looks like the before picture on Instagram. Or perhaps you’re just plain tired and bored of the color of your door. You moved in and never really liked the current color. Whatever the reason, its time for a change.
How would you rate the look and WOW factor of your front door on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being like it belongs in a magazine, and 1 being it looks it might be scheduled to being torn down. Be honest! If you rated yourself 7 or below, your front door needs a refresh!
What is the best paint color for your front door?
But what color should you pick? There are so many colors out there that its just overwhelming. What color goes best with your brick/stone/siding? Fortunately I can help you with that. Taking into consideration your personal preferences, the colors of the elements of your exterior, whether your front door is exposed or under a covered porch, yes that makes a difference, and your current photos, you will receive 2 – 3 specific paint color* recommendations that would make your front door Instagram worthy!
Upon receipt of your payment, you will receive your personalized questionnaire and photo information within 24 hrs. Please be sure to check your junk/spam folders for my e-mail! Once I receive the completed questionnaire and photos, you will receive your consult report within 2-3 BUSINESS days which includes:
- 2 – 3 specific paint color* recommendations for your front door
- instructions on how to paint a front door for best results
- unlimited messaging
- you will receive a follow-up e-mail to go over any questions you may have. Making sure you’re happy with your consult is important to me.
*Paint color recommendations are clear and concise that you can give to your painter. The paint color recommendations are either Sherwin Williams or Benjamin Moore. Your preference.
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