Give Your Front Door A New Look

When changing the color of your front door, your entire home will get a new look. Your front door is usually the first thing your visitors will see when entering your house. That’s why a glossy new coat of paint is an easy way to make a first, lasting impression.

What You Should Know Before Painting Your Front Door

Did you know that Benjamin Moore has a paint especially designed for front doors? It is called Aura® Grand Entrance which is available in any color. This paint is specially formulated to retain color and gloss, whatever the weather.

You may have noticed that many front doors have been painted in bold colors. That’s because most homes’ exterior walls tend to be painted in neutral shades. A colorful front door is a great way to express your personal style. A bold color can also complement the architecture and the landscape of your home.

Cool colors such as  Greengray and blue will give for your front door a very elegant look, especially when the colors contrast with  warm undertones inside your home.

If you want to make a statement, search for saturated colors that will pop from surrounding architecture such as Mopboard Black CW-680, or a fiery red such as Caliente AF-290. As a matter of fact, vivid accent colors (red, yellow or orange) not only make a strong design statement, but also mix surprisingly well with most other shades, especially the neutrals.

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If you need help finding the right color for your front door, talk to our experts. Helm Paint & Decorating, locally owned and operated, has been in business since 1970 and is an independent dealer of Benjamin Moore Paints and Finishes. Our trained specialists are available to assist you in selecting paint and supplies for your business. We also offer FREE 2 hour Pro Delivery Service.

We have 6 locations across the Metro New Orleans area, for your convenience, to serve you.

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