For example, unless the rest of your house can really pull it off, please don’t paint your front door bright, neon pink!
From merging classic colors to considering nature tones and your home’s immediate surroundings, there are a lot more factors to consider than one would think when painting a front door.
When all is said and done, a good paint job can really tie a house together visually.
Check out Better Homes and Gardens’ guide to the “do’s and don’ts” of painting your front door. I think you’ll find these tips helpful. I know I did, though my front door is in need or repair and really needs to be moved back to it’s original spot – remodeling is on the horizon!
You’ll never believe what we found on Walnut Creek TV’s Facebook! Check out this throwback video of Walnut Creek in 1991 – the year I moved here. I found it interesting that the population back then (according to the freeway sign in the video) was about 59,000, meaning Walnut Creek has only added a few thousand people in 25 years, despite so much commercial growth!
This reminds me of what Walnut Creek looked like when I first moved here – when the old movie theater and Simon’s were still the hot spots downtown. What a trip, check out the dueling eggs in red back then!