My front door was not in the best shape and it lacked…most everything. Buying a new door is definitely not in my budget. It was worn down, had dark oily spots here and there, and just wasn’t that inviting. Since the door already had fake wood paneling I opted to paint it.
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We added a wreath and voila! I think it’s much more inviting! My last home didn’t have the faux wood paneling and we had used a Rustoleum Topside Navy Blue paint. It really shined and held up to weather! However, if you go that route try to use a different entrance as it takes time to dry. Unfortunately, I don’t have any pictures of that door. Sorry!
Have you done any weekend projects lately? Any ideas for me to try??