Did you know that dreaming about a door represents new opportunities and change? Hey, I’m no dream expert, but maybe it’s actually your front door trying to tell you “Opportunity is knocking and I’m ready for a change!”
Giving your front door some paint love is one of my favourite ways to create a first impression and make a lasting design statement. It also brings new life to your home. In fact, a big, beautiful splash of curb appeal at the entryway can lift up the whole exterior of your house, drawing more attention to cool but often-overlooked architectural details – not to mention those adorable flowers you spent the weekend planting out front.
This summer, there are more trendy colours to choose from than ice-cream flavours down at your local scoop shop. Just look at some of these tasty seasonal Benjamin Moore picks, any of which will make your front door pop and turn your address into the envy of the entire postal code:
A bright, juicy burst of colour turns your front door into an intriguing focal point. The exciting and unexpected contrast will set your property apart from a sea of ordinary beige and blahs. That’s why now is the time to roll out the welcome mat for the latest colour trends and invite endless possibilities onto the porch. Like I always say, you can’t judge a book by its cover, but you can judge an awesome home by the colour of its front door.
School buses are back on the road and the scent of pumpkin spice lattes is in the air. But that doesn’t mean a sudden halt to your outside projects. Just the opposite! Fall is actually the best season to tackle your deck staining project – and here’s why:
Have you heard the phrase, “You will never get a second chance to make a first impression”? As many have experienced this first hand, they understand how crucial a first impression is. But first impressions don’t start when you say the first hello, first impressions start when the newcomer walks up the front steps to your door. No matter the colour, your front door is more than a transition from the outdoors in, your front door is the first hello.