Color Brochure Copy, Part Two
EXTERIOR ELEMENTS: SHUTTERS AND TRIM
Using splashes of color like purple and green on the accenting trim of your house can give it just as much personality as it has on the inside.
Classic white trim can highlight your home’s exterior elements in a subtle way while still offering visual impact.
Try using more than one color to accent your home’s trim by painting your shutters one tone and using another for window sills and fencing.
Having a home built in stone doesn’t mean you can’t add hints of color. Just add your desired tone to shutters and windows to blend with the brick.
Black shutters and a red door on an all-white house can give your exterior a dose of flash to help it stand out from the crowd!
Don’t be afraid to mix colors in your exterior. For example, try white and green trim on a yellow house for a springy feel.
Grey and white trim can give your home’s exterior a sense of serenity and peace.
Playing with bright colors on your exterior trim – such as purples, oranges and greens – can personalize your home and help you show off your creative side!
White trim doesn’t have to overpower your home’s exterior to make a decorative impact.
Shutters painted in tones of grey can help give an exterior more of a masculine feel.
If you’re stuck for a color to use on your exterior trim, you can’t go wrong with a clean, crisp white.
Dark colored shutters on a white house can make your windows an eye-catching accessory!
EXT OUTDOOR LIVING/PORCH
Try painting your patio furniture a stand-out yet complimentary color to your home to help accent your porch area.
Adding color to both the ceiling and floor of your porch can make for a perfect outdoor dining and entertaining area!
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Invoke thoughts of the sea even if you’re land locked by painting your porch floor a complimentary shade of light blue, creating an instant getaway!
Tones of green can give your porch a forest-like feel, making it a great place to relax at the end of the day.
A restful color like green painted on your porch floor can change the mood of your outdoor sitting areas.
Give your porch a pure, clean feeling by painting it white!
Light yellow and white on your porch will give your home’s exterior a classic sunny demeanor.
Want to do up your porch area right? Go with white for a simplistic but impactful effect.
Neutral tones in your porch area make it easy to blend furniture and landscaping for the perfect outdoor seating area.
Softer color tones on your porch can mellow out any outdoor seating area for maximum relaxation and enjoyment.
Crisp white accents on your porch can draw your eye to the classic but comfortable feel of your home’s exterior.
Darker tones of colors like green can give your porch more of a private, secluded feeling.