The front facade of your house should be expressive and speak to your guests and/or potential buyers.
But wait a minute....
What is wrong with this picture? The beautiful front door has Rosie undertones. The Rosie red paint color does not work with the orange-y brick. (The door really glows Rosie in full sun.)
Is this a deal breaker?
No, but this is an example of when it is particularly important for the front door paint color to be
The house is located on a hill,
in the middle of a cul-da-sac,
at the end of a street.
Meaning that on the approach, the potential buyer is forming an opinion of the house for a longer-than-normal period of time. It is more critical on a long approach for the front facade of the house to look great.
It might only register subliminally with a potential buyer, your visitors, and your neighbors but this Rosie O'door paint color is a mismatch and is a missed opportunity.
(BTW, the seller's disagreed with my advice to repaint.)
Happy Friday, y'all!