The leaves are going to start changing again and we are going to get to enjoy the brilliant reds, yellows, and oranges that will stand out from the rest of the green and the brown around them. If you want your home to stand out like those leaves do during the fall, use the color red on your home.
Red is definitely an attention grabber and it doesn’t matter what shade of it you use, people will still be drawn to it more than the whites, green, and blues that all of your neighbors use on their houses.
Red Louisville Windows and Doors Are Not New
If you like to be a trendsetter, unfortunately for you having red on your Louisville windows and doors is not a new thing. So you will not be starting any new home fashion craze if you buck the trend of the neighborhood and go with red on your home.
Red doors have actually been around for centuries. In fact, people used to paint their doors red no matter if it matched the rest of the color scheme of their homes or not.
Why would they do this?
Because having a red door was actually a cultural tradition, and not just here in the United States. Having a red door on a home is something that is part of cultures around the world.
What a Red Louisville Window or Door Says
In China, a family will paint their door to invite good luck in their home.
Christian churches from around the world paint their doors red as a representation of Christ’s blood, and to separate the holy ground (the inside of the church) from the outside world.
A red Louisville window or door says “welcome”. This traditional greeting on our homes has been around for a very long time, it has just failed to be passed down to younger generations so it has fallen out of popularity. Recently though, it has seen a slight comeback as more and more people are starting to turn to professionals to stage their homes to help it sell faster. These professionals are the ones that are reintroducing the welcoming red door back to our society.
So even though you may not be the first to have used red Louisville windows and doors on a home, you are still going to be making a statement that is going to stand out in your neighborhood.