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    • Amy Phillips

      10 Best Front door colors. Benefit of a neutral colored house - change the door to suit any whim.

    • Tatiana

      Gray house, white trim and dark purple front door, I just fell in love.

    • Rosemary Hunter

      Eggplant isn't just for dinner - it makes a majestic paint color for a front entry door. If you like the idea of a purple front door, we can help you find just the right shade for your Bellingham WA home.

    • Jeanine Reaves

      Deep purple front door. From "Ten Best Front Door Colours for Your House" by Maria Killam, Colour Me Happy blog. Equivalent color: Sherwin-Williams "Dignified" (6538). <3 This!

    • Meagan Boren

      (From 10 Best Front Door Colors) I like the idea of a darker purple to update my bright purple doors!

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