Front Door Arts Clun No.281 Mylands Paints

Arts Club No.281

As our traditional hibernation period beacons, it's time to ‘baton-down the hatches’ and get the house ready for cooler seasons. Where better to start than the front door? It's the face of your home and the first thing to make an impression. Create a welcoming exterior that will give your home that extra kerb appeal because believe it or not, house sales can actually be made or broken depending on the appeal, or lack thereof, of the front door.

Mylands’ Wood and Metal Matt, Eggshell and Gloss paints are each available in all 120 shades in the Mylands Colours of London palette, so choose a colour that best suits you and your home.

-       Black, red and blue give a wonderfully classic, smart look. Opt for gloss paint for a traditional feel or eggshell for a more modern scheme.


-       Scandinavian-style shades like muted grey, green or blue paired with chrome furniture give a clean, modern look.


-       Looking for an unusual twist? Try Duke’s House No.44, a sumptuous deep purple, Messel No.39, an intense rich olive or Blueprint No.50 a rich dark blue with undertones of indigo and black.


-       Gorgeous Grey – grey is incredibly versatile and an increasingly popular choice for exterior decorating. From soft and subtle to putty and battleship there’s a host of hues in Mylands palette. Try Sloane Square No.92, Islington No.23, and Leadenhall No.118.


Choose from 120 colours in MattEggshell and Gloss paint for exterior wood and metal surfaces and over 100 colours in Exterior Masonry.

For exterior decorating advice and colour inspiration, click here.

Front Door Colours Mylands PaintFirst Image: Front Door painted in Beaufort Gardens No.212. Second Image: Wood Cladding painted in Bridge Blue No.222, Front Door painted in Charterhouse No.4.