ANSWERS: 14
  • We have a red front door, it signifies that we had some paint left over :-)
    • Myang
      haha! you're cool
  • As long as it's only a door and not a light I'd be quite happy to go along with her. ;-)
  • I think I heard that it's good whatever that is...the Chinese thing where you place stuff in certain places in your home for good karma....
    • Myang
      yes you;re right :)
  • The only thing that comes to mind is that perhaps you should hide your first born son.
  • I've heard of this, and so there wouldn't be any misunderstanding, I got a black door.
  • There is a famous poster from Ireland called "The Doors of Dublin". It shows about two dozen doors painted in various designs and colors. A red door would be considered mild decorating compared to some of these, but they are all very attractive and give license to do whatever you want with yours, I believe. . I say give it a try - it's only paint. If it becomes a problem, you can always paint over it. It might grow on you, however, and you could come to like it.
  • Yes, and I've also heard that if you are trying to sell your home that you should paint the door yellow.
  • We have a bright red front door - it looks good with the house and is supposed to draw positive energy into the house...
  • It is believed in the Far East, down China way, that a Red Door is a very positive thing. It welcomes all that is Good in this World. It is like a magnet, drawing in good fortune and prosperity. It indicates confidence and security of those who dwell there.....Also, It can't hurt!
  • I have not... But have recently considered painting my door either red or navy. :)
  • 3-7-2017 If I had a wife and she wanted a red door, the door would be red and it would signify that I love my wife and cater to her wishes.
  • Yes I've heard of this and in my opinion I don't think having a red door really makes a difference but i can see why some people would think that.
  • Yes I've heard of this and in my opinion I don't think having a red doir really makes a difference but i can see why some people would think that.

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