It’s about time that you give your home a new look by painting the exterior with extravagant shades of your choice. The color of your home reflects how your personality and taste. The way you color your home reflects what you feel and how you feel in the most creative manner. Keep these things in mind while selecting your color preferences.
Unlike interior colors, exterior hues can affect the entire street — and that puts a lot of pressure on homeowners when it comes to choosing a palette. In addition, a number of factors come into play that you don’t have to deal with on the inside of a house: landscaping, hardscaping, roofing and more. We’re here to make things simpler for you. But worry not; we’re here to make things simpler for you. Just let us know what your preferences are and how you want your home to look. We’re here for you at each possible step.
We advise you to choose three or more different paint shades. Essentially, an exterior scheme has three major parts: field color, which dominates; accent color, which brings doors, shutters and other smaller areas to life; and trim color, used for window and door casings, roof edging, railings and other trimwork. Feel free to go bold with accent colors, you can go for color combinations like red, blue, green, gray. In order to experiment and add more fun to it you can choose colors like yellow, brown, pink or anything that suits your taste.
Remember, it’s completely and entirely your final discretion about the selection of colors. Enhancing your home’s exterior with colorful accents is an easy way to boost curb appeal. A good rule of thumb is to remember the color wheel. We all learned about the primary colors in school – red, yellow and blue. These are on the color wheel at 12:00, 4:00 and 8:00 respectively. Combining any of these will give you a secondary color (i.e. purple, orange). Colors near each other on the color wheel such as blue and purple are analogous to each other and will allow one color to stand out more. Colors opposite each other on the color wheel such as green and red are complementary to one another and will nicely play off each other. Staying within the same shade of color (i.e. greens) will give you a subtle and soothing look.
On the other hand if you wish to give your home a vibrant look from outside then go for eye catching color ; we suggest you to choose vibrant colors and their respective shades such as oranges and gold, reds and dark purples. You can complement these colors by selecting a two next to each other such as gold and orange and one from the opposite side of the color wheel such as purple.
In conclusion, we’d like to remind you again that you’ll be finding our help at each step right from the selection of colors to a hassle free experience of painting the exterior of your home. Paint your creativity and reflect your style through the colors.