Lindsay from My Creative Days made over her front door with Liquorice to give is a classic, bold look.

Hello! It’s Lindsay from My Creative Days back again to show you an easy project that only calls for paint, doesn’t cost an arm and a leg and can easily be done in one afternoon (love those kinds of projects). Paint is the easiest and most inexpensive way to transform anything; from furniture and walls to doors and trim. If you want to change the look of something, start with a can of paint!

We have had a turquoise color on our front door for some time now. Since I painted it, I wasn’t sure I was sold on it. Sure, it was pretty, but I thought I wanted something a little more “classic”.

Black front door #DIY #paintitblack - www.countrychicpaint.com/blog

Hello, “Liquorice” from Country Chic Paint. Liquorice is a rich, black color and exactly what our front door needed (sorry about the glare on the glass door).

Black front door #DIY #paintitblack - www.countrychicpaint.com/blog

Right after I finished painting the door, I knew I had made the right decision. I started picturing decorating it for all the holidays and seasons. Black is a great background color. Everything I hang on the door will POP now. I love burlap and black together so I made a burlap wreath for the door. I will be sharing how I made it on my blog later this week.

Black front door #DIY #paintitblack - www.countrychicpaint.com/blog

If you have ever thought about changing the color on your front door, go for it! It is just paint. If you get it all done and decide you don’t like it, paint over it.



Country Chic's 2014 Blog Squad member: Lindsay

Lindsay {My Creative Days}

Hello! My name is Lindsay. I am mom to Landen and Gabrielle, wife to Matt and blogger at www.mycreativedays.com. I love to be creative in my day, my home and with my kids. I am obsessed with old wood, rusty treasures and everything in between. Finding frugal and creative ways to decorate our home, create a fabulous craft or do an activity with the kids is a passion of mine.

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