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Color Tips: Choosing Exterior Paint Colors
June 13th, 2013 by Radcliffe Painting

From the Color Experts at Sherwin-Williams: Exterior Color Selection Tips for Homeowners

 

Q: What are the most common mistakes homeowners make when choosing exterior paint colors?

A:Assuming that a colorful and imaginative color scheme will cost a great deal more for product and labor. Unless the scheme is a “painted lady” with numerous colors, this is rarely the case.

Accenting unattractive elements such as gutters, downspouts, a protruding garage door, air conditioning units, unevenly placed windows, etc.

Ignoring neighboring houses: your color scheme choice should not clash with the neighbor’s house — it’s a lose-lose situation. Choose a scheme that blends with the neighborhood or stands out in a subtle, unobtrusive manner.

Landscaping counts: consider tress that change color, flowering shrubs, flower gardens when selection colors, for compatibility. Heavily wooded lots will make colors look darker due to shade; also could camouflage homes, so attention to detail is needed. Greens are not a good choice in this situation.

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Contact Radcliffe Painting today for all your interior and exterior painting needs.  Visit us at www.radcliffepainting.com/contact-us or give us a call at 775-229-1547.

 


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