A quick scroll through my 10 Things series or the Bright.Bazaar Instagram feed and it’s obvious that I’m regularly inspired by a brightly coloured front door. That said, you didn’t expect Mr. Bazaar’s love for colourful doors to stop at the front door, did you?! I didn’t think so, which is why you probably won’t be surprised to read that I’m knocked over by all three of these inspiring ways to colourfully paint interior doors. I think the decision to paint the inside edge of the lime green door in Artfully Accented was a stroke of genus. The vermillion hue accents perfectly against the lime green wall in the otherwise neutral space – a fantastic example of how to wow with colourful decorating.
The second painted interior door idea is called Vibrant Contrast and is from a colourfully converted factory in Paris. Colour is used successfully on the door in this case because they yellow hue is only used for the door, moulding and window frames, while the rest of the main retail estate of the space are painted in shades of pink. As pink sits across from yellow on the colour wheel it creates a complementary colour scheme in the room.
Finally, the simplest idea of the three. Single Statement is an example of how pairing a standalone bright interior door with an all-white space instantly creates a visually commanding space. Which of these three colourful interior door examples do you like best, folks?