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  • Yasi

    Front door color idea: wythe blue from Benjamin Moore

  • Mandi Medema

    Benjamin Moore "Wythe Blue" front door color pick

  • Kimb Reidler

    Front Door! (Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue) and house numbers on the door

  • Rachael Rowland

    House of Turquoise: Benjamin Moore's Color of the Year: Wythe Blue! FRONT DOOR COLOR

  • Andrea Hubbard

    Front door color??? Blue door - Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue

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love the color of the door: Benjamin Moore's Wythe Blue (HC-143); Trim color (indoor and out) is Benjamin Moore's White Dove (OC-17); Shingles are real cedar shakes painted Benjamin Moore's Edgecomb Gray (HC-173)

A porch ceiling painted Benjamin Moore's Wyeth Blue. Back in the day, folks could be pretty superstitious. Many believed if you painted the front ceiling of your porch 'haint blue' it would look like water and keep the haints, (restless ghosts and bad spirits) from entering into your home, because as everybody knows, haints can't cross water.

I seem to be stuck on this color combo. Door and shutters are Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue. Maybe pair with Benjamin Moore Storm Cloud Gray as the siding color

Perfect Beach Cottage color scheme or what?!

Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue--- in case I ever get really bored and decide I want to paint the house myself. Again.

CURB APPEAL – another great example of beautiful design.

House of Turquoise: Benjamin Moore's Color of the Year: Wythe Blue!

I had a client ask me once if she could paint her door this color.....I said "no." Maybe if her house had looked like this I would have said "yes!".....

Trim: Behr Garden Wall Siding: Behr, Toasted Walnut Shakes: Behr Mocha Accent Shutters: MidAmerica BlackIMG_3128 by BIA Parade of Homes Photo Gallery, via Flickr

Love the window above the door as opposed to on the sides. Let's light in, no privacy issues.