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  1. Colleen
    May 18, 2013

    You inspired me to jump right in and paint my front door and sidelights today! We’ve had a red door for over 30 years. It’s my husbands favorite, but I wanted to try something different. Gone on business, he will come home tonight to Wyeth Blue sidelights and door. Such a drastic change, I’ve got to get used to it. Figured its only paint! Taking that first step was scary though. Thanks for the inspiring post!

    • Kerri
      May 18, 2013

      Hooray! That’s amazing! I bet it looks fantastic! ~Kerri

  2. carol
    May 18, 2012

    Kerri, Thanks. Im sorry. You did say exterior paint in your post. I do not read very well. I want to paint my door too in a blue. I am going out now to buy some. have a great weekend!

    • Kerri
      May 18, 2012

      No, you didn’t read it wrong originally; I added it to the post after your comment, just to be clearer for everybody else! So, thanks again for pointing it out ;-)

  3. carol
    May 18, 2012

    Arent you supposed to use an exterior paint for a front door? Just wondering.

    • Kerri
      May 18, 2012

      Oh, I probably should have specified that, I guess. Thanks for pointing that out. Yes, I did use Behr’s exterior paint! ~Kerri

  4. Colleen
    May 17, 2012

    It looks great! Which Behr color did you pick for the door?

    • Kerri
      May 18, 2012

      Hi Colleen. It’s actually Martha Stewart Artesian Well MSL117, but mixed as a Behr paint-primer-in-one. Behr’s ‘Clear Pond’ is very close in color; I was trying the decide between the two, but in the end, Martha won out. Doesn’t she always? ;-) Thanks for coming by! ~Kerri

  5. Colleen
    May 17, 2012

    It looks fantastic and your color is perfection! Would you mind sharing the color?

    • Kerri
      May 17, 2012

      No problem! It’s Martha Stewart Artesian Well MSL117, but mixed as a Behr paint-primer-in-one. It’s a little lighter than I had imagined, but I like it all the same. ~Kerri

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