Gatekeeper: The door frame and the door are integrated. Generally, it is the safest way to choose a door frame of any color for the door. This will not only maintain the overall unity but also will not give people a sense of clutter. If you use different color systems, you should pay attention to whether it can be coordinated with the door and the whole room. It is also possible to use all-match white, but it will make the room color a bit monotonous.
Look at the furniture: the door frame usually needs to be as close as possible to the color of the furniture, try to be consistent with the dumb mouth of the window cover, and have a certain contrast with the wall, so that the room looks layered and three-dimensional.
Ground: The color of the ground should be kept the same color as possible through the wooden door frame. From the perspective of color itself, all colors are beautiful, but coordination should be paid attention to in matching.
Look at the living room environment: The door frame is also a part of the home. Apart from the points mentioned above, it also has a lot to do with the living room environment. When the living room environment is in cool tones, choose a lighter color for the door frame to create a modern and minimalist style. When the living room environment is in warm colors, it is advisable to choose warmer colors for the door frames.