by TJ AndersonWe work on new-construction and renovation projects in Nashville all the time, so home design concerns — paint colors, tile choices, kitchen finishes — are a big part of my life
What Your Front Door Color Says About You
by TJ Anderson
This story comes from our neighbors in Missouri, but discussion of paint color is locationally universal: “What does your front door say about you?” asked the St. Louis Post-Dispatch earlier this month.
Interesting question, if you’re into home design. (I am, for obvious reasons.)
Apparently — at least according to Nathan Fischer, Ace Hardware’s national design expert — your front door color is an expression of your story, and your personal style. It can be your sensible suit, or your unique feathered hat, so to speak.
So if you buy the idea, the color you choose for your front door can say a whole lot about you. If you don’t buy the idea, well… let’s talk about it anyway, because I think it’s fun.
Below, I’ve picked out some homes on the market in the Middle Tennessee area now, with doors that, according to the experts tapped for the Post-Dispatch story, will say very specific things about the people who buy them:
3621 WAREHAM DR., THOMPSONS STATION
FORMAL, CLASSIC, SOPHISTICATED
1721 TIMBER PT., NASHVILLE
2326 CABIN HILL RD., NASHVILLE
912 FATHERLAND ST., NASHVILLE
615 LISCHEY AVE., NASHVILLE
916A THOMAS AVE., NASHVILLE
916 MCMAHAN AVE., NASHVILLE
GLAMOROUS, FASHIONABLE, FUN
1601 GOLF ST., NASHVILLE
Any of these attributes speak to you? Looking for your perfect creative and artistic or formal and classic home? Let us know what you need — we’d love to help!
TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a home and sell a home in Nashville, Tennessee. He blogs about Nashville regularly, from Nashville-area....
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