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Published on June 13th, 2015 | by Grant Barnard

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What Color Should The Side Of The Door Be???

Many wonder about this perplexing topic. Should the side of the door be the outside or inside color?

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Color Of The Side Of The Exterior Front Door

Painting your front door to an accent color can totally change the appearance of the exterior of your home. Usually, this would not be a color that you would want on the edge that opens into the home. Painting the edge of the door would make that exterior accent color into an interior accent color.

Painting The Side Of Interior DoorPainted Interior Door

Interior doors can have some flexibility in the side color. 95% of the time you would paint the edge of the door the same color as the trim that the door opens into. When trim color changes from room to room, you will want to also paint the door jam the color of the edge of the door where the door closes.

Painting The Side Of The Door As An Accent Color

Painting the side of the door is an option too. It is a very modern look and usually there needs to be enough white in the area to compensate the extreme color. Check out a few samples below and see one of the sources here.

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About the Author

Grant Barnard started painting in 2000 and started Grants Painting in 2008. Originally doing business in northern Indiana, the business was moved to Indianapolis and Greenwood shortly after. Today the Grants Painting has blossomed into a reputable painting contracting company with an ever growing extensive website including our How To DIY Articles. Grants Painting covers all aspects of coatings and specialized in epoxy flooring, interior painting, exterior painting and cabinet painting.



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