What color Faceplate should you get for your Ring Video Doorbell 3 & 3 Plus in 2022

Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus Hero
Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus Hero (Image credit: Jared DiPane / Android Central)

Like the popular Ring Video Doorbell 2, the Ring Video Doorbell 3 and 3 Plus offer the ability to customize the look of your front door through swappable faceplates, covers, and skins. While you can't share these between the second and third generations of this product, there are still plenty of options to chose from, in addition to the Satin Nickel and Venetian Bronze plates that come with the device. Here are some of our favorites.

So which faceplate should you buy?

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Home decor and design are personal, and tastes can vary wildly from person to person, neighbor to neighbor. Some folks may live in neighborhoods with strict building codes, while others may have a bit more freedom to express themselves through their homes. If and when I upgrade from my Ring Video Doorbell 2 to the newer Ring Video Doorbell 3 or 3 Plus, I would lean towards the Blue Metal faceplate. I like the subtle blue tones, plus in certain lights, it has a dark gray coloring that would go nicely with the trim on my home.

If you're a bit more of a traditionalist, don't worry — Ring has you covered. You can opt for something like the Galaxy Black or Silver Metal, or go for a classic look like one of the gold options. Of course, if you're more adventurous, why not have some fun with the Bright Turquoise or Fire Cracker variants?

Whatever your preferences, it's likely that Ring has a color to make you happy. The great news is these are all very affordable, and are easy to pop on both the Ring Video Doorbell 3 or the Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus!

Jeramy Johnson

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