We’ve had the privilege of painting this house exterior twice. It wasn’t in need of a full re-painting this time around, but the homeowners decided they were ready for a colour change. It’s such a pleasure to work on this beautiful property. They spend a great deal of time working in their yard to make it an garden oasis.
The house has been deep chocolate and muted green. This time the owners decided to do something completely different. They picked a cheery yellow colour for the siding on the house, garden shed and garage. The trim is a light creamy off-white. The gable accents are a periwinkle colour and to add a real splash of color the doors on the house and the side garage door are a salmon pink.
The home owner wasn’t afraid to try something different and it turned out great. The craftsman style architecture lends to having the multiple pastel colour scheme on it. It somewhat mimics a heritage home. It’s so charming. Doesn’t that front porch look like the perfect place to sit and relax.
Below are the original builders house colour and the first repaint that we did.