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I’m always looking at home exterior paint color combinations, especially since my home was recently painted. I guess I still have it on my brain. I just love seeing all the color combinations, traditional and out-of-the-box.
The color of your home is basically the first impression your home gives. To make sure you put your best foot forward you should have all the colors of your home working well together. I made a shortlist of my favorite exterior paint color combinations. Check them out below for some inspiration.
Gray + Black + Red
This is one of my favorite color combinations. There is something so timeless about these colors that work perfectly together. And come on, the combination of SW Real Red on the front door and Tricorn Black on the shutters are the absolute perfect finishing touch to this home.
READ MORE: THE BEST BLACK PAINT COLORS
White + Black
Fresh and classic. There is no way you can go wrong with this color combination. The white and the black have serious modern farmhouse vibes going on.
Check out these White Paint Colors Options:
- SW Alabaster
- Pure White – Sherwin Williams
- Benjamin Moore White Dove
- Chantilly Lace- Benjamin Moore
- Divine White SW
- SW Shoji White
Blue + White + Yellow
This shade of blue has been popping up on many houses recently. It’s the perfect shade, not too blue, yet not exactly navy, it’s right smack in the middle somewhere. Paired with a simple white trim Like SW Pure White or BM White Dove, it’s a true stand-out color. Adding a fun pop of yellow on the door provides character to make this house stand out from the others.
READ MORE: AMAZING WHITE TRIM PAINT COLORS
Off White + Tan + Teal
This color combination feels traditional, yet still has a charming appeal to it. The teal door works wonders with this neutral tone-on-tone home.
READ MORE: BLUE EXTERIOR PAINT COLORS
Don’t make this major painting mistake!
Quickly, let’s talk about testing paint colors.
Instead of physically going to your nearest paint store to grab your samples, you need to try Samplize Peel & Stick paint samples.
Why should you try Samplize?
- Super affordable
- Made with real manufacturer paint
- Displays color just like a wall
- Environmental friendly
These peel & stick paint samples are super affordable and allow you to test a paint color in all different areas of a room without the mess of a traditional paint sample!
You know how I feel about testing paint colors, it’s a must!
Don’t create more work for yourself. Order Samplize now and have them shipped directly to you. No-fuss, no mess! Check them out for yourself, you won’t be disappointed.
Green + Yellow + White
This light green pairs beautifully with the unconventional yellow windows. Having all the trim pure white ties the home together giving it a stunningly cohesive look.
READ MORE: AN AMAZING TRENDY GREEN
Blue + Pale Yellow + Orange
This is a fun color combination. The blue-green is set off by the very pale yellow trim. The orange door is what pulls this combination altogether. These colors aren’t over the top by any means but, they aren’t too ordinary either. This is color done right.
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For color inspiration check these posts:
- Amazing SW Exterior Paint Colors
- Agreeable Gray, Is it The Best Gray?
- Gorgeous Blue Gray Paint Colors
- The best Gray from Sherwin Williams
- Mindful Gray- Sherwin Williams
- Paint Colors that work with Brick
- Edgecomb Gray – Not Just Another Gray
- Accessible Beige- The Perfect Neutral
- SW Dorian Gray – Best-Seller
- BM Pale Oak
- Paint Color to go with Dark Wood