Love this idea! We have an old wood door coming in from our patio, and I have been wondering what to paint it for quite awhile!!! Great choice!
I love that kitchen! The grey door looks gorgeous and how fantastic is that rug! Adore the chelsea gray colour - I've just painted the woodwork in my stairway a similar shade :)
Ahhhh! I love the door and basically the entire room! Makes me want to paint my cabinets. There is so much depth to this room. I say go for it!
Oh I think it will be great!I love grey and black for doors;)Lovely greetings...http://pudel-design.blogspot.com/
Donna, do it! Because of a couple of posts from others about black doors I painted ours black from white....LOVE IT! You're going to love the diffence it makes.I can't wait to see!
wow, chelsea grey is just perfectly deep and warm, i love it. x
Sounds gorgeous...all of it...post photos!:)
Love it! Happy weekend!
Yes - that door definitely anchors the space. I'm sure it will look fabulous- hopefully you'll take a shot!
Beautiful color! I agree- it makes the room! Go with chelsea gray- it's perfection! Happy Friday. :)
ooooh, very nice!!
I'm also really loving this trend of rugs in the kitchen. Feels so cozy and well worn!
Love it. Great color!
I agree - I saw that kitchen and thought the same thing. My front door is that same grey and is open to our kitchen area. I think I'll paint the back of it grey as well instead of leaving it white. :)
You're right the door totally makes it........!Happy painting!Maryanne
You go girl!!!
yes, yes, yes. if afterward your not loving it, try another til you find the perfect color fit. i do have to say i love this color. we have still not painted the floors in the cabin (trying to match the jcrew bag), but i think i might be in deep like with this color. its like a valentines gift :)
this made me think if i had a door i could paint, and i remembered that i already did! the inside of my front door is gray. it's lovely, esp since the front entry opens up to the great room. white would have been so predictable.
Go fo it!Laughing, I have a paint swatch taped to the bureau I want to paint gray.
I am SO WANTING to paint my interior doors black. I am scared for some unknown reason -- it's just paint! If you do it, I'll do it! :)
can't wait to see it!!
I love this shade of gray! Not too cold and not too warm!I think grey doors are wonderful!I actually painted mine for Christmas a shade of gray! But I don't think the light is right for the color I chose! Oh well!Love the idea though!I can't wait to see the end result!Have a wonderful weekendHugs,Donna
Absolutely do it. Completely changes the space. Adds an architectural feeling or more importance to the door similar to painting it black, which I love as well. Chelsea gray looks perfect.
love it! great idea! and a great gray! -Slavica
Love your choice here, Donna. I love her home.Teresaxoxo
You have to!! I just did it and it MADE the kitchen!!! Please show us before and after pictures!
Just do it! This weekend! Warm hugs to you my friend,Mon
definitely do it!! by chance do you know the source on the lanterns?
Oh I lOVE IT!
Great idea!I agree..Do it!:)this would be completely gorgeous..not that i love the shade of gray...i think Chelsea gray looks perfect for this i just love it..thrilled to see the before and after project.Have a nice weekend.Love your Blog.
Surprised it isn't already gray...it's a must! Janell
Go for it!! LOVE it!!! XOC
Yes it really does make the room. It anchors it perfectly and I can't wait to see your very own grey kitchen door. Good luck!xx C
Lovely, I am dying to paint out my wooden interior doors, what do you think if doing so in old houses? Ours us 1870's. I just don't like dark wood
One of my favorite grays!!! YES!
Absolutely true Donna. And boy, what a door and color it is. Have a good..good weekend xx
I adore what you've done here. I wish I found your blog earlier. I bought 24 tester pots of grey paints for lounge and settled on Pavillion Grey, Farrow and Ball. http://endofterracehouse.blogspot.com/2010/12/paint-pots.html Chelsea Grey looks fab.
I love your blog. Just found it today. I never knew there was so much beautiful gray in the world!Ed
Love it!!! How could *you not* have a gray french door?! It would be perfect! Love the Chelsea Gray too...we're still looking for a gray for our fireplace wall and this looks promising. Such a tough color isn't it?!xoxo J~
Oh...and those light fixtures have been on my wish list for years...I have no idea where I'd put them but they've been such a favorite...love them, and they look fabulous in this kitchen! J~
You are awesome! I used all Farrow and Ball's colors. Hardwick white for the walls and for the door I used Railings. I also have some accents in the kitchen (around the windows) where I used Down Pipe.Your blog is fantastic! much love,Tia
Oh, yeah, DOOOOO it! (And get a great rug, while you're at it!)
DELICIOUS. do it! and kindly photograph for the rest of us :)
Hi Donna...have a wonderful Valentine's Day. Go for it!! Husband wants me to keep bathrm cabinets white...but....!! Tempted do go uber dark. Good luck! Trish
What a great idea! It will really pop against the white.And who better than you to have a gray door!xo Elizabeth
Donna- Do it. It looks just dreamy!Happy Valentine's Day!Loretta
I'm pretty sure it's going to look wonderful! Have a beautiful day, Kellie xx
Agreed! That door is a "knock"-out. No pun intended ;)
Yummy! Love the gray door in the sea of light and white.
I think you picked out a GORGEOUS color dear!
The grey door definitely makes the room, and I think is an excellent accent. Good luck!
Now you have to do it with over 50 of us supporting you! Can't wait to see the After. Tia's painted door and new lighting make the room.
LOVE that pop of blue-gray.
Hello, Long time no comment. I've been totally MIA. But I just got back on my blogroll and couldn't wait to see what YOU were up to. Love this! I'm posting this photo in my white hot kitchens post. The door is a key detail few would have caught. Thanks for you amazing eye! Can't wait to peruse the rest of your inspiring images :))
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