What Does the Colour of Your Front Door Say About You?

We often use colour to express ourselves in our clothes, our homes and our art. Psychology has linked colour to certain personalities—the feelings they evoke and what they say about you. Which means the colour of your front door says something about you too. Because it's one of the first things guests see when they visit your home, let's see what the colour of your front door says about you.

Red

Traditionally, a red door signaled a hospitable home. Today a red door still says, “Welcome!” If you have a red door, you also enjoy attention and try to live your life fully.

Blue

Those who paint their doors blue enjoy peace and value truth. They are well grounded and true to themselves.

Grey

If you paint your door gray, you are indecisive and prefer to compromise—giving both sides of an argument equal weight.

Green

Green doors suggest that traditional values lay within. The people living there are ambitious and strive for personal betterment. They’re also good with their finances, as green is affiliated with money.

Black

When you cross a black threshold, you are entering a world of order and control. Simple elegance graces the style within and everything is in its proper place.

White

Just like the clean lines it creates, white doors begin a guest’s journey into simple and organized home decor.

Yellow

While it ups your curb appeal, a yellow door also says you’re logical while also creative. Like the color, you have a positive attitude and may even be a morning person!

Pink

Needless to say, you’re a hopeless romantic. But, you’re also thoughtful, cheery and generous.

Purple

Purple is a risky color because it’s not very common. It says you’re comfortable taking risks, you dream big and may even call yourself a free-spirit, and not burdened by the parameters others may set.

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