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Exterior Colors | Navy Front Door Ideas

Have you ever considered a navy front door? Take a look at three different homes, with three different exteriors and styles, for navy door inspiration. 

After 2 months focused on colors outside of my comfort zone {yellow and pink front doors}, I’m excited to bring you one of my favorites: Navy. If you have followed this blog for any amount of time, you know it’s a go-to color in my home {we have a Navy Bedroom and Bathroom}. Well, it’s perfectly pretty on the exterior of a home, too — as proven by these 3 homes with Navy Front Doors.

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Navy can be treated similarly to a neutral. Like black, it offers deep contrast and works with most any color palette. As examples, we’ll take a look at a couple of homes with vinyl siding and one with a brick exterior.

Navy Front Door Ideas: Gray Exterior Siding

Visit Migonis Home to see the full home tour of Jen Migonis’ Massachusetts home. I just love the story of how she and her husband, AJ, made a special offer in order to get a contract on the home. You won’t believe the before and after, it looks like a totally different house.

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Migonis Home

She painted the door in a deep navy. The blue shade is echoed in a whimsical bicycle welcome mat and matching throw pillows.

Simple white rocking chairs and an olive wreath are classic choices. After all, the color navy always compliments bright white and earthy greens.

Navy Front Door Ideas: Tan Exterior Siding

Brooke, from Nesting with Grace, lives in a Cape Cod style home with a tan exterior and small front porch. She is located in Connecticut, near the beach, and you can see that coastal vibe in the porch decor.

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Nesting with Grace

A compact bistro chair fits on even a small porch, and plants line the edges of the front steps.

If you like a coastal vibe, incorporate a fun whale welcome mat. If you lean more farmhouse style, try a cotton boll wreath for the door or vintage water jug as a planter. If you like both styles, mix them! Brooke calls her home eclectic, which is right up my alley. You don’t have to stick to a single style when Creating a Home

Navy Front Door Ideas: Brick Exterior
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On Sutton Place

Ann’s home is another fixer upper — she even says that she had buyer’s remorse because the house needed so much work. It’s a two-story home with a mix of brick and siding exterior which has been tweaked and updated over the years. Don’t get tricked into assuming that home renovations happen overnight. For most people, Creating a Home is a process that takes time.

Ann paired a deep navy door with the red brick exterior. She flanked each side of the door with a traditional set of tall, black planters and large ferns.

A stripe welcome mat and summery wreath add more greens and blues against the warm brick backdrop.

Which look is your favorite? I like all three, but especially love the bistro chair and water jug planter ideas — so I’m going with look #2!

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