Garage door – If you give your door garage a new coat of paint to celebrate spring, look to nature to your tones. Yellow and green are often associated with spring as grass begins to grow and flowers bloom, but your garage door is also part of your home, so choose colors that go well with rest of your color scheme. By taking surrounding colors into account, you can have a fresh new look to your garage that does not seem flashy or misplaced.
Your garage door should reflect color of your home, so it does not draw attention away from house or make your home seem smaller. However, a cheerful golden yellow brighten your door spring, especially if it is flanked by planters or flower beds with marigolds, daffodils and other colorful flowers. Choose a warm, rich gold that complements other colors in your area, especially if your primary exterior color is white, gray or any color of stone or brick.
Nature is full of bright pinks and magenta in spring and deeper shades of pink – even those who lean toward purple – can really enliven appearance of yellow, white, beige and gray homes. As with other colors, tie in port color with splashes of same color in other places around your home, such as roof, window or garage door trim.