Well-chosen exterior paint color schemes can add significant curb appeal to any home. Coordinated paint colors highlight the home’s details while also showing your sense of style and personality. With that being said, choosing colors that coordinate can be a difficult task and is not a decision that should be taken lightly. Hiring a painter and using high quality paint is expensive and choosing the right paint color should be considered an investment.
- Siding/Body: Main focal point
- Trim: Neutral accents that coordinate with the body.
- Shutters: Some people choose to use the same color as the trim, while others people like may match the shutter color to their front door or paint them different entirely. As long as they coordinate, it’s really up to you!
Gray and Beige
Gray is extremely popular right now for both interior and exterior. Beige has always been a popular choice as well. Being that both gray and beige are neutrals, you can have fun with accent colors or you can keep a clean look and keep everything neutral.
If you want a bold look, red is a great option. You’ll want to compliment the red with neutrals, like white and black to help even out the look. Red exterior paint colors will definitely stand out and provide significant curb appeal.
Navy and Blue
Navy is growing in popularity. It’s subtle yet bold and pairs well with so many different colors. If you choose to go with a lighter shade of blue, your home’s exterior will feel inviting.
Green and Sage
Light sage is the new up-and-coming exterior paint color. It’s not necessarily a neutral, but it’s also not too bold. Light sage tends to look best when it’s paired with white.
White exterior paint colors are timeless. Some people tend to shy away from white because it can show dirt, but if you select the right finish, it’s easy to clean. White is classic and elegant and it’s easy to pair any color with.