Personality just a front
PEOPLE’S personalities can be learnt from the colour of their front door, research shows.
A red front door has happy extroverts living behind it, while those with white doors are usually jolly, too.
Green or brown doors are also likely to be opened by families or singles who consider themselves to be ‘happy’ overall.
A spokesman for paint specialist Farrow & Ball, which commissioned the research, said: “A front door is the first thing you see when you approach someone’s house and you can tell you a lot about the home and its owner.”
The research indicates that those living behind a black front door are the most successful, while those with purple doors are the most sociable.
Pink front doors show the occupant is likely to be daring, and those who live behind orange doors emerged as the happiest in their relationships.
People living behind a green door were revealed as the most trustworthy, smart and sophisticated.
A purple door is likely to house a chatty owner, while yellows come out as the loudest and worst neighbours.
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