Sunday, June 09, 2013

What Does Your Front Door Say About You?

I love driving through Forest Heights up above NW Cornell. Beautiful homes built along winding streets with beautiful doors. Bridget A Otto writes that the front door color reveals character traits of the owner. 

  • Red: Tells the world to "look at me!" This bright color says you're not afraid of standing out or saying what's on your mind.
  • White: Says you prefer things that are organized, neat and clean. Even if your home isn't always this way, you wish it were.
  • Green: Tells the world that you have traditional values and enjoy being a member of the community.
  • Black: Says you're consistent, conservative and reserved in your manner as well as your approach to color. With a black door you're saying your design style is timeless rather than trendy.
  • Blue: Tells people you are naturally at ease in most situations and people are attracted to your easygoing personality.
  • Yellow: Says you have a personality similar to green, but a bit less traditional. You're most likely a leader or organizer of a group.
  • Purple: Reveals a "free-spirited" person who is comfortable taking risks, thinking differently and dreaming big.
We have a black door greeting visitors and I would say that's pretty accurate. I wonder if Bridget Otto has a purple door.

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