According to Sherwin Williams, popular exterior house color combinations include green earth, nacre and fiery brown; poolhouse blue, city loft gray and peppercorn; humble gold, wool skein and griffin; or red barn, alabaster and domino black. Modern suburban home colors reflect post-WWII color preferences, which are markedly upbeat. Some other color combinations are tatami tan, colony buff and homburg gray; or muslin, straw harvest and rural green.Continue Reading
Homes dotting seashores provide inspiration for many home exteriors. Northern shore and seaport exteriors typically have softer shades. Some nice color combinations of this style are comfort gray, alabaster and rookwood red; perfect greige, pure white and naval blue; portabello brown, modern gray and porpoise gray; storm cloud grayish-blue, alabaster and ramie tan; and stone lion beige, windfresh white and roycroft copper red.
In warmer climates, popular southwest color schemes include totally tan, oyster bar beige and cyberspace gray; yellowish birdseye maple, lanyard tan and link gray; and natural beige, meadow trail green and manor house gray. A grander Spanish villa look is achieved with a combination of rattan beige, rustique brown and silhouette gray. A genteel Tudor home has a subtle elegance with the combination of jute beige, blue echo and flint gray. A cheerful craftsman design is achieved by combining thicket green, schooner blue, chambourd gray and citrine.Learn more about Home Maintenance