4 Inviting Exterior Color Palettes
Changing the exterior color of your house is a big project, but when the job’s done and it feels like a new home… it’s totally worth it. Here are a few different palettes to consider if you’re ready to give the face of your home a makeover.
Whether you’re selling your home or just needing a fun update, painting your house’s exterior is a worthwhile project. If you decide to tackle this one yourself, it’s a good idea to start planning now before the summer heat is too scorching. We’ve helped you out by putting together a few trendy and traditional looks to get your gears turning.
Palette 1: Charming with a Splash
This Ivory + White neutral combination mainly plays it safe, but then adds a pop of spontaneity with the Aqua door. The good news? You can change the color of the door as often as you’d like for fresh updates.
Paint colors: Churchill Hotel Ivory, Betsy’s Linen and Lake Breeze by Valspar.
Palette 2: Warming with Comfort
If you’re not into bold, loud colors, this Gray + White color combination is a safe bet. You can’t go wrong with the clean and inviting feel of these colors. Accent the porch or your door with a Moss Green shade to give the look a bit more dimension.
Paint colors: Collonade Gray, Panda White, Roycroft Brass and Roycroft Copper Red by Sherwin-Williams.
Palette 3: Daring yet Zen
This monochrome Dusty Teal + Deep Teal combo is for the bold, yet grounded. Trim your home with an Almost White Slate to brighten the overall look. Your home will definitely stand out from the rest, but for all the best reasons.
Paint colors: Blue Arrow 5001-3C , Halcyon Blue 5001-3A , Slate Court 5001-4C , Berry Brown 1010-7by Valspar.
Palette 4: Welcoming with Traditions
This classic Taupe + Beige + Brown combination is another look you’re bound to be happy with. Accent with Rustic Red on your door to add a little zest to the traditional look. When you arrive home from work each night, this exterior will welcome you home before you even walk through the front door.
Paint colors: Tavern Taupe, Pavillion Beige, Homestead Brown and Rustic Red by Sherwin-Williams.