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    Default What colour is your front door?

    I'm thinking of painting mine purple.

    The garage, pillar and front door are this hideous peach colour. I'm thinking grey for the garage and pillar, but maybe purple for the door. ?
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    Stop thinking you’re not ready. – Nobody ever feels 100% ready when an opportunity arises. Because most great opportunities in life force us to grow beyond our comfort zones, which means we won’t feel totally comfortable at first.

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    Ours is blue, along with the garage. It's like a steel blue colour, not awful but not very nice.

    I love the shade in the first picture, it would be perfect for a front door.

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    mine is a dark red

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    I've always wanted to make my front door something bright and cheerful instead of boring. I don't see why purple wouldn't work.
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    Ours is white. We have a yellow brick house.

    I'm not a big fan of brightly coloured doors, but the first picture you have with the matching flowers and the red/brown brick does look okay.

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    Ours is Dark red.

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    I'm moving in if you paint it purple.
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    Our brick looks similar to the first pic you posted with the purple door/flowers/wreath. The front door is mossy green, the pillars and garage door are taupe to match the siding and trim.



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    I seriously don't know...I have to go look...I know it's not red, because I wish it was...be back in a sec...

    Okay, it's like a taupey-greeney colour.

    I like the purple door!

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    Mine is a dark black brown colour

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    ROTFL!!. you had to check.. thats funny.. long day Ruby?
    anyway.. ours is a creamy beige.. NO choice.. if I had a choice. prolly would be dark green or red.. something dramatic.

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    Dude, I love the idea of a purple door!! That's wicked.

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    our neighbourhood has a lot of colourful doors, our is just beige for the time being. Our daycare provider has a blue door, the one next to her is a nice orange, some are a burnt red colour, one is black. Across the street they have a nice mossy green colour.

    I don't know what colour we are going to do but most likely a chocolate brown or something a little wilder if I can convince DH

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