I’m not sure if you guys have noticed but in the last year, there has been an interior door revolution going on. Interior door colors and styles are no longer your basic white doors with traditional raised panels. We’re seeing doors become statements and focal points in spaces more than ever and I am in love with the look! If you need help choosing interior door styles and colors, today’s post will for sure inspire you!
I wanted to share some great door colors/styles that I saw when I was in Salt Lake for the Parade of Homes. If you missed my recap of the SLC Parade of Homes, you can see it here.
The great news is that interior doors are a fairly inexpensive way to instantly update a space/home. Almost every new home that I toured a couple weeks ago in Salt Lake had gorgeous statement interior doors. Most of these spaces had neutral/white walls, so the colorfully painted doors really stood out and looked amazing.
I am about to replace all the doors throughout my home, so it was so helpful for me to see all of the styles and design ideas.
Before I jump into all the images, I wanted to share this door style cheat sheet that I found on Pinterest. It’s a great resource if you’re considering new doors for your home. Lots of beautiful possibilities!
I wasn’t able to get all the door paint colors in my images below. If I was able to get the info, it will be listed.
One of the first homes that I toured had these beautiful simple modern doors. I’m not sure what the technical name is but I’m calling them modern shaker style. I loved the clean modern lines and I especially love that they painted them in a rich color. The color is Sherwin Williams Dovetail.
I loved the double doors at the end of the hallway. Notice that the walls are white and the doors are the focal point. So beautiful!
I also noticed that many of the homes used more modern squared door hardware, which I loved. It’s a great updated combination!
Even if you have traditional doors, just painting them a beautiful neutral color will instantly update them!
I wasn’t able to confirm the door color with the builder David Weekly Homes but the color is VERY close to Sherwin Williams Mindful Gray.
I also saw a lot of doors painted rich dark colors like dark gray/browns and almost blacks. Almost blacks that have a gray undertone are a great alternative to traditional black. The gray in the undertone diffuses the bold black into a calmer/subtle black like these doors painted with Sherwin Williams Black Magic in home #13 built by JCraft Homes.
I loved the dark brown gray rich color on the doors in home #11 built by Hardrock Homes. The color is listed as Kwal paint in the color Brainchild. Kwal is a specialty paint owned by Sherwin Williams. By the way, this color is almost identical to Benjamin Moore Kendall Charcoal.
By the way, I also saw a lot of these five/six panel type doors and love the look. Another updated door style to consider!
I especially loved the interior front door in the Silverhawk Enterprises home that was painted with Benjamin Moore Hale Navy. A navy is a great color to consider if you’re not into gray, black or white interior doors.
Also in the Silverhawk home, they really mixed up door styles and colors throughout the home and it looked so amazing!
I especially love this barn door going into the laundry/craft room. I wasn’t able to confirm color but I think it’s Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray.
I loved the door styles on the 2nd floor of this home and the color is Benjamin Moore Super white.
So as you can see, so many designers and builders are really using doors as focal points for rich colors and updated door styles. So many possibilities! Which style is your favorite?
If you want to look through all the different types of door styles, I found this site here for ordering doors that’s another great resource for seeing what’s out there in styles.
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