A deep brick red adds majesty to this large, country home. White trim defines windows and rooflines for artistic contrast. When working with red and white, consider painting the front door a different, complementary color.
One of the hardest decisions a homeowner makes is selecting a home’s exterior paint colors. Get ideas on what colors you like by looking at paint-chip strips suitable for trim and exterior surfaces.
When choosing exterior paint colors for your rustic home such as this forest getaway, select colors you find in nature. Use greens, grays, browns and natural reds like those on this deep-woods charmer to enhance its rustic beauty.
This tidy ranch is enhanced by the traditional paint colors used in the picture. The use of light yellow siding with dark green shutters and door makes it picture perfect.
These two colors used on the exterior of this house work well together. The cool gray provides a nice backdrop for the brighter tones found on the brick entranceway.
You can never go wrong with white trim. Just remember that there are countless shades of white. Try a couple choices, and you may find that a shade of white that is a couple of degrees toward cream could work even better.
Despite its rich hues, red brick is interpreted by most as a neutral design element. That’s a fancy way of saying that you can pair most exterior colors with red brick. The only shades to avoid are shades of red and brown that are close to the colors of the bricks.
When combined correctly, using two or three contrasting colors on your vinyl siding ups the impact of your home. This green is unconventional, yet very appealing.
The dark trim adds a nice hint of color to this backyard space without overpowering the lovely bricks. The home’s siding softens the look.
Everything about this look screams modern and fun! It’d be great for a home or for a salon, even an office space. I love the red accent color used on the door!