This is a interesting color for a front door, Metallic Black Cherry....we also painted the chimney cap and front shutters to match the front door.
These front doors are painted with Metallic Warm Silver
We used Metallic Antique Copper to accent the doors and the front of this home.
Painted this old wood door with several coats of Metallic Warm Silver and brought it back to live.
Painted front doors with a Metallic Brass finish
Painted the front doors on this Cape Coral home in a Metallic Blacked Bronze finish.
Faux finished this iron door to look like wood.
Faux finished this iron front door to look like wood
Painted the front doors on this home with a Metallic Antique Copper finish.
Painted these doors in a Metallic Antique Copper finish.
Painted these 2 doors in a Metallic Warm Silver finish.
These doors were weathering due to sun exposure.
A fresh coat of Gel Stain and a clear coat of varnish brought these doors back to life.
Faux finished these front doors in a distress effect.
Pecky Cypress Faux finish on doors and corbels on the front of this Naples home.
We faux finished the corbels on this Naples home to match the garage door.
We faux finished with exterior paint the front and side of this Fort Myers home to match an age old lime paint.
After we allowed the base coat of paint to dry overnight we faux finished this Sanibel garage door.
Faux finished the garage door and double front doors to match on this Cape Coral home.
We faux finished the garage doors and front doors on this Cape Coral home to match.
We faux finished these pillars on this Cape Coral home.
We faux finished the front doors, pillar caps, garage door, side gate, and banding on this Fort Myers home.
Added a little metallic paint to this faux.
We faux finished the front doors, pillar caps, garage door, side gate, and banding on this Fort Myers home to look like distressed wood.
After we painted this home on the exterior we also painted the front doors in a Metallic Warm Silver and added the same paint to the tops and base of the pillars to draw attention to the front entrance of this beautiful home.
When we did the exterior painting, we painted the front door of this home in Miromar Lakes with a coat of Metallic Black Pearl. By doing this, the focal point of the home became the front entrance.
Notice how the faux wood grained front doors match the two planters on the front porch. Now this is a focal point for the front of this home.
After seeing a picture on our website, these homeowners wanted their fiberglass front doors wood grained. When we do the faux finish wood grain to front doors or garage doors we always use premium grades of paint. We never use gel stains. The paint has UV protection, and the paint holds up much better than the gel stain less chance of cracking and peeling.
The interior and exterior of these Cantara doors on this home in Shadowood in the Brooks had weathered very badly. Ron's Painting sanded, cleaned and primed the doors with a bonding primer then painted the doors on the interior and exterior sides of the doors with a metallic finish.
The homeowners of this home in Fiddlesticks wanted Ron's Painting to refinish the doors. The doors had weathered so badly that the only way to match the original finish of these doors and windows was to Faux finish the doors in a wood grain effect.
We painted the exterior rear lanai doors of this Cape Coral River home using Modern Masters Sapphire metallic paint.
We applied 2 coats of satin varnish to 13 Mahogany doors and door casings on the interior of this Cape Coral River home.
The pictures on this page are of many of the doors we have painted over the years. We always like to add the "WOW" factor to the front of a home by adding a little color with the front entrance. We will either paint the doors using an accent paint color, metallic paint or do a Faux Finish in a wood gain effect to the front doors. The front entrance area should always be the focal point to any home.
Copyright © 2018 ronspainting. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by Red Sneakers Mobile Marketing & Communication