Teal is a color that can be interpreted as calming, happy, and welcoming. Reminiscent of pristine caribbean ocean water, the color teal or turquoise may even have a positive impact on your mood. Although a traditional color, it’s anything but boring; and as a statement front door color, teal can be downright unexpected.
Teal front doors can complement both historic and modern houses. It makes a great front door color for brick houses as it provides a contrast without looking out of place. Consider a contrasting color - like black or white - for moulding or sidelights to provide additional interest.
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5 Reasons to Choose a Teal Front Door:
1 - A pop of color
Teal colored front doors add a pop of color - and happiness. According to color psychology, turquoise is a color that balances blue, green, and yellow, but can also represent emotional balance, giving a feeling of calmness and peace.
2 - Add contrast
Teal front doors look great with contrasting colors like black or white and can also look great with a traditional red brick exterior as shown in this home in Aledo, TX.
3 - Liven up your neutrals
Your front door is a great spot to add a pop of color to an otherwise neutral scheme - inside or out. Jewel tones are becoming a leading trend in home design - Sherwin Williams recently named Oceanside as their 2018 Color of the Year, calling it “a collision of rich blue with jewel-toned green, a color that is both accessible and elusive.”
4 - Feature your door's detail
The bright color shows off details on an interesting door, like this beautiful door in Sparkling Teal from .
5 - Modernize the entire entry
A teal door adds a modern look to an exterior that may otherwise be showing its age. Some homeowners prefer to add a modern door to a traditional styled house to achieve the popular eclectic look. A new modern door in a bright color might be just the thing to revitalize your home's entrance.
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What do you think? Will you give this trend a try?