Is your front door looking a little plain and simple? Make a great first impression with these wonderfully creative front door ideas. Whether you’re going for a big statement with paint or something you can finish this afternoon, you’ll be amazed at what a little DIY action can do for your curb appeal. Get to scrolling for some awesome front door projects that’ll get you, and your neighbors, inspired.

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1. Hello, Sunshine: This gorgeous combo is definitely a team effort between that super sunny door and its neighboring foliage. Take a cue from this amazing pairing and use contrasting colors for the door and greenery or florals you were planning on planting this spring. (via SF Girl By Bay)

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2. Color Block Knobs: Get inspired by these color block handles and DIY some for your own front door. If you’re not ready to paint a whole door, you can totally smile over this smaller, albeit just as creative, accomplishment. (via Design Love Fest)

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3. Accessorize: We love matching accessories. So if you’re going bold on the door color, try matching it with some similar details, like these hanging lamps. (via Country Living)

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4. Pull It Together: Bring a room together by choosing one big + bright color to focus on. Take note of the similar-hued painting, chair, flowers and amazing door in this gorgeous space. (via Honey & Fitz)

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5. Well, Hello There: Be the friendliest house on the block by adding this sweet door decal ($10). These decals are easy to stick on and remove, so you can change them out as often as your welcoming little heart desires. (via Fox and Clover Boutique)

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6. Pop of Red: Look at how this red door wakes up the entire kitchen. Trust us — you’re going to want to go see the whole tutorial for this colorful kitchen makeover. (via Beautiful Matters)

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7. Geo-graphy: Big statement, no commitment. Get this project done in no time with just some tape and an awesome geo-print. It’ll give your space a whole new vibe. (via Poppytalk)

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8. Turquoise + Metallic: If you’re into metallic details, turquoise is your BFF. It’s bold enough to be noticed, but mild enough to go with a whole bunch of different metallic tones. You can mix, match and move around all those details to your heart’s content. (via Little Green Notebook)

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9. Dutch Door: Dutch doors are the greatest thing for playtime. You can peek in on your little ones while also giving them some privacy. (via HGTV)

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10. Bold + Bright: Wow, this bold pink choice paid off in a big way. If you’re the type that’s in love with one color, why not take it a step further and do the doors too? (via Bright Bold & Beautiful)

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11. Stick ‘Em Up: This tutorial is perfect for the kids because it’s totally removable and undoable. Plus it’ll keep them from painting on the walls. (via Crab+Fish)

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12. Two-Toned Beauty: This two-toned door definitely makes an eye-popping statement. We just love how the color and texture really add dimension and detail. (via One Kings Lane)

Which DIY door project do you love? Have any fun ones that we missed? Let us know in the comments!