Blue skies and blue waters have me longing for the popular summer shade. I also feel I have seen so many blue front doors recently (I am in Florida after all). Also, I have family in Greece right now, and their pictures have me totally inspired. Whether your door is sophisticated navy or robin’s egg, sky blue or cornflower, blue can be very effective shining out front. I especially love it against a freshly white painted home. While it always looks good in coastal towns, it can be very universal no matter where your home is located. Enjoy this simple and stately arrangement of doors that will have you rushing to the nearest paint store. Happy Wednesday! XO
A Grecian blue gate snapped by my extended family while on vacation in Greece. A heavenly oasis for all things blue and white.
A stunning shade of cornflower blue. Via Good Housekeeping
A deep blue front door makes the most perfect pop. Via BHG
A pale shade of blue is the perfect contrast against the white wainscoting. Via Cottages & Gardens
Despite my love of the two boxwood topiaries, I love the look of this dutch blue door. Via Country Living
Could this be any prettier?! What a soft and sophisticated door! Via Verandah House
A sweet shade of blue that has a wonderful hint of green. I love the green gated courtyard. Via House Beautiful
A navy blue sapphire front door that truly elevates the home. Via Maria Killam
Of course, who doesn’t love this townhouse entry by Miles Redd. A perfectly sculpted door makes a big difference.
I can’t help but obsess over this vivid blue door in Dublin’s Fitzwilliam Square. Via Ireland
It may be yellow on the outside, but these dutch doors are a perfectly glossy shade of blue on the inside. What an entryway! Via AD
This is most likely classified as mint green, but I couldn’t help but to include it. The front topiary and the floor are just too fabulous to leave out. Via Pinterest
A vivid, yet understated blue door flanked by spiral topiaries on this Seattle home. Via John Granen
A deep and unique turquoise strikes against this white home. Via Behr Paint