An additional thought.....many people are prone to hanging various items from their front door that have some connection to the time of year of holiday season. Selecting a color that complements or emphasizes this decor may be helpful.....
After looking at the pictures of your home, I would paint the front door the same color as the garage door and shutters. That would make it stand out!
You could likely ask this question of 50 people and get 50 different answers. The right color is the one that the owner is satisfied with. And since you are the owner, make the decision on what appeals to you.
Don't invest a lot of time making this decision because the new owner can easily make an adjustment after they take ownership by investing in a three dollar can of paint and spending 20 minutes repainting it.
I would visit a couple of paint storeswith picture in hand. Generally they will have someone who will be able to come look/ or advise you on colors. Their advice should be free if you purchase the paint from them, at least it is in my area.
My suggestion is to re-paint the shutters, garage door and front door. The house needs to pop with curb appeal and the blue just doesn't do the home justice.
Inside is very nice looking.
Good luck. Sunny
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You are wise to be aware of the curb appeal of your home. Price and condition will be what sells your home, but a buyer's first impression when they come to look will make an impact. I think any of the suggestions below would work, but take a look at some professional color combinations that Benjamin Moore Paint has put together. Benjamin Moore paints can be purchased locally at Lord & Evans Paints. The folks at Lord & Evans can help you choose a good color, too!
All the best,
Carolina One Real Estate