Picking a new exterior paint color scheme for your home is anxiety-inducing — get some much-needed color inspo from our painting company.
Choosing an exterior paint color is a big deal — it’s a feature that can make or break your curb appeal and potentially sell your home at a better offer and it can keep the peace between your neighbors. So, if you’re a traditionalist, there are classic color schemes that you can choose to help take the pressure off!
Keep your neighborhood chic and classic with a variety of color schemes! When you partner with Painting Plus of Colorado, transform your Boulder home’s exterior and update your curb appeal with our painting services. Venture into color schemes with us, in today’s post!
Color Schemes You Can Always Count on!
There are classic color schemes that people have been using throughout the decades because they’re tried and true. Traditional isn’t boring — it’s chic and evergreen. It’s the little back dress of home exterior paint.
Color it Calm!
For a soothing exterior paint palette that ushers pause and introspection, create a nostalgic color scheme with the following:
Trim – A creamy, off-white
Body – A light grey, with green undertones
Door – Burgandy, or a deep, verdant red
If you have a front porch space, adorn it with greenery and old-fashioned metal mailbox.
If you live in a Tudor-inspired home, you have broad and spacious trim that cannot be overlooked. Instead of camouflaging its Tudor charm, feature it in a traditional way.
Body – Off-white with yellow undertones
Trim – Chocolate brown
Body – Light grey with bluish undertones
Trim – white
If you’re privileged enough to live in sunny California, there’s a chance you live in a cute craftsman-style home. Let your landscaping be the real feature of your home’s exterior and make the color its understudy.
Body – Grey (can go light or dark)
Trim – White
Door – Coral
Style the front porch with woven, natrual rugs and Adirondak chairs.
A red home might not exactly be a neutral color, but in the perfect shade, it works really well. Whether you have a farmhouse-inspired home or you just really like red, create the perfect look.
Body – Red with brown undertones
Shutters – Charcoal grey or black
Trim – Off-white
Play With Beige
Beige is not for everyone, but it is a very basic, neutral color that everyone can get behind. If you have an HOA to adhere to or you’re planning on selling your home, try this variation with beige.
Body – beige
*Caveat – If you have a home with features and accents that stand aoart from the main body, contrast those with either a lighter or darker beige color.
Shutters – Navy blue
Trim – Cream
Windows – Cream
If you live in a cabin or wood exterior home, it can be difficult to figure out what complements it well because really, all you’r painting is the trim.
Trim – Brown with red undertones
Trim – Periwinkle
Trim – Dark green
There are so many color schemes to work within and that fit the architectural style of your home.
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