5th Wheel Tiny House Door Design
The front door in your 5th wheel tiny house should be noticeable. Even a small home needs a welcoming statement on the threshold, and the door color makes a strong expression. You can coordinate the front door color with existing and unchanging exterior colors, like brick walls or gray shingles. But a door that stands out is no problem, so you do not feel like you have to match the colors that are already present.
Blue is an adventure color to a 5th wheel tiny house door. A mid-range blue reflects Morning Glory wine arches over the eyebrow arch and runs against pot geraniums. At a beach bungalow, a surf blue sets, deep sky blue or cadet blue door off white trim and faded shingles. A backyard playhouse dies with a heart cut out the window and creamy yellow walls will be the color of Bluebirds with fuchsia or faded red shutters.
Even the 5th wheel tiny house benefits from feng shui treatment of promising front door. The best color depends on the direction your door is facing. For a north, the door turns white, blue or black. If the door faces northeast, pick from orange, purple or yellow. East or South East stands get green, blue or turquoise. South-facing benefits from red, pink or purple.