I've always wondered why most interior doors are painted white. Maybe because they match the trim color, or because it's easy on the eyes (nothing going on here!), or because by the time we looked at the doors we were tired of choosing colors. I'd like to suggest that some of your doors should be painted or stained to look different than the others.
Here's a couple:
Benjamin Moore's Heritage Red (HC-181), high gloss paint makes sliding open the pantry door a real treat! And can you see the natural hickory door next to the white back entry door? All the doors aren't the same, even in this tiny space!
Another great door color is gray. Look at these:
I recommended Sherwin Williams Tin Lizzie (SW 9163) in a semi gloss finish for these french doors. My client painted them himself and did a fantastic job! He kept the door moldings a bright white.
Want to see another one?
I chose Benjamin Moore's Amherst Gray (HC167) for this client. They painted the door molding the same color. There are two other doors in the room that I don't have photos of. One is this color and the other a much darker faux finish. They all tie into the french country vibe of the space so well. Ignore the spirit in the glass. She's a friendly ghost.
As soon as it's warm enough (it's winter as I write this), I'm going to paint the door to our garage a pretty color--maybe a dark green, like a pond scum green. I always like that color in paintings, go figure.
How about this one:
It's called "home on the range." How perfect is that? Benjamin Moore #483. I'll show you when it's done!
Do you have a fabulous color on any of the interior doors in your home? I sure would love to hear about them if you do!