Photo by Lori Andrews
A few weeks ago, I rounded up inspiration to up your curb appeal with 12 Brightly Colored Front Doors. Today, we’re thinking that the color should come right on in. Here are 12 examples of bold doorways throughout the house, from inside the front door to the bedroom in shades of chartreuse, tomato red, cobalt, and even hot pink.
, a Calgary-based interior designer and photographer, who is also known on Flickr as , features a crisp red door with textured glass and a long chrome pull in her own sleek kitchen.
This Palm Spring abode channels the city’s laid back vibe perfectly. We did the inside the bright door (it’s where we found the photo).
Seattle architects Lauren and Kyle Zerbey of the blog installed sliding doors painted Benjamin Moore Thunderbird as a privacy solution for their some-time guest room.
This image hails from a couple of years back, though it was that brought to our attention this little detail: the door’s edge is painted red. It adds a surprising accent that is visible only when the door is ajar.
This Pacific Heights neighborhood townhouse by San Francisco firm has a clean palette of white walls and dark wood, except for the punctuation of the chartreuse front door.
Los Angeles-based firm used a bright red barn door to close off the plywood kitchen and family room from another space. The black iron hardware pops against the colored wood.
Photo by Stamers Kontor
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One of our favorites, this sedate blue door works in conjunction with the modern shelving divider. The color is technically a primary, but almost works as a neutral.
This acid green entry door makes a crisp statement against the plain black wall and sofa.
Woo and Cheltz, a married couple with five kids, blog about fi up their 100-year old house on . This is their dining room; they painted the door green earlier this year.
We discovered the blog , written by Jenny from Brisbane, Australia through Jen Ramos at . This is indeed Jenny’s own home, complete with bubble gum pink door.
For a pale pink take, we love artist Lisa Grues’ bathroom door (though the handle’s mighty high!) You can find more photos of her home, as well as her studio, on .
If you’re still cannot commit to a color, click over to StyleCarrot’s for more doorway decor.