What Your Door Color Reveals About Your PersonalityJune 15, 2014
What Your Entry Door Color Says About You
Like your clothes, car and handbag, the color you choose for your front entry door says a lot about who you are “on the inside.” Entry door colors have held significance since ancient times, when the Chinese considered red the best feng shui color for the main door because it attracted positive energy. Read on to find out what your door color says about your personality.
Red. In colonial America, a red front door signified a home that was a safe haven for weary travelers. Today, a red front door is widely regarded as welcoming. If you have chosen a red front door, you are energetic, outgoing and hospitable.
White. White traditionally represents neutrality and purity, which means you are likely a calm peacemaker who gravitates toward a clean, orderly environment.
Black. Buttoned-down black is traditionally linked to authority and strength. If you choose black, you are strong-willed, sophisticated and reliable. Your friends turn to you for advice on style and finances.
Gray. Gray symbolizes knowledge and dignity, yet also bears sophistication. You are a dependable, conservative personality who doesn’t mind taking chances occasionally.
Pink. Often associated with youth and lightheartedness, the homeowner who chooses a pink door is likely a hopeless romantic with a fun, cheerful personality.
Multicolor. If you have chosen a multi-colored door, you are eclectic, creative and happy.
Clear glass. You are a forward-thinking modernist with nothing to hide. Your personality is friendly and fun.
If your current entry door doesn’t match your personality, give Huff ‘N Puff a call! We can help you select a high-quality door from Andersen or ProVia® that exudes character and keeps your home more comfortable and secure. Call (518)-688-1624 if you live in the Capital Region or (845)-245-2630 if you live in the Hudson Valley Region today for a FREE entry door estimate!