Finding a good color for your garage door can be challenging and ever stressful.

That’s why we’ve made this short guide to overhead garage door colors to help make your garage door color section easier.

Overhead garage doors are the common choice for many residential homes. Consider these different color options for your garage door and don’t be afraid to try something new!

Overhead Garage Door Color Options

A garage door can be expressive as you want it to be. Whether you prefer more neutral, soft colors or something more vibrant and bold, consider the pros and cons of these garage door colors for your home!

Sticking with more neutral colors for your overhead garage door is a solid option, especially if you don’t know where to start. White and beige as well as light greys can match with a large variety of homes, as can wooden garage doors (not painted over, just stained). Brown garage doors are also fairly common and can work well even in non-wooded overhead garage doors.

Besides picking a more common color, why not try something a little bolder?

Picking from a cooler color palette with a blue or green garage door can be a nice way to add color to your home without getting too crazy. Choosing a more vibrant red or yellow for example can be harder to pull off, but it can be done! There are a lot of different unconventional garage door colors ideas to consider when getting more expressive with your home’s exterior.

What to Do

Step #1 in choosing overhead garage door color options is to think about the following questions:

What color is my home’s exterior?
Are there any other existing accent colors, like trim or shutters?
What about visible shingles?
What material is the siding of my home? Panels, brick, stone?
Do I want my garage door to match my front door?
Is my home built in a specific architectural style?
What colors look good with the surrounding landscape?
What colors will compliment the color palate of my neighbors?
What garage door color will fit both my home and my own style?

Answering these questions is not the end-all-be-all of garage door color selection. However, they can help you figure out some information that can help find the color scheme and garage color that is the best fit for you and your home.

Find the right shade for your home and check out our garage door color selector to help answer these questions figure out what color will look best.

What Not to Do

1.Don’t just pick your favorite color and slap some paint on there. Your garage door can still be colorful and expressive to fit your personality and style. It is a surface area usually visible from the front of your home and it’s best to avoid being tacky or clashing with the rest of your home’s exterior. Even if you have a favorite color you want to use, take the time to find what shade and paint finish will look best on your home as a whole. 2. Don’t just do what everyone else is doing Yes, it can help to factor in your neighbor’s homes and surrounding color schemes to inform your decision, but don’t just copy someone else’s home (unless that is what you are both going for). There is nothing wrong at all with being conventional, but don’t let that stop you from choosing an overhead garage door color option that is best suited for both you and your home.

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