When this post about front door colours went up on my blog, it went viral on Pinterest. In fact I think it’s what suddenly made Pinterest the highest source of traffic to my site.
So now I receive countless emails asking which colour YOUR front door should be.
When we moved into this house last year, at the end of our six week renovation I had our front door painted Kelly Green. After that, the rest of the neighbours said “Well now I need to paint MY front door”.
I love walking up to my colourful front door and well, let’s face it, it’s far easier to just paint your front door than your entire house.
So, I could show you a bunch of pretty front doors but that won’t be as helpful, so I’m going to try something like this: if you sign up for my free webinar and send me a picture of your front door by Sunday, May 19, 2013, I will curate them all and make my webinar about all YOUR front doors and no one else’s.
What this means is if I get 10 front doors where my advice would be the same, I’ll just choose one.
The actual live webinar will be next friday May 24, 2013 at 11:00 am PDT time.
In my–did I mention–FREE webinar, I’ll show door after door and give all your colour options as well as discuss WHY those are the colours I’m suggesting.
Fun or what?
Sign up here. Space is limited so do it now. Sorry I can’t take any more front doors, but you can attend on Friday!
Don’t worry, if you can’t make the time, we’ll record it and send it to you later.
Let’s get some colour happiness going, yippee!
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