If you’re looking to bring new life to your home this spring, a fresh coat of paint to its exterior can be the answer. Here are 8 great color choices from Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams to consider for refreshing your home this year.
November Rain by Benjamin Moore
Sometimes, November Rain can appear as an off-white color. It is actually a light gray with subtle green undertones. Contrasting colors such as reds and purples can mitigate any green tints and make November Rain appear as a pure neutral.
Agreeable Gray by Sherwin Williams
Agreeable Gray has an LRV of 60, making it a lighter mid-range color. It applies nicely on almost any texture as well as with both light accents and dark accents. Agreeable Gray can be used as either a field color or as an accent. You will be pleased with the inviting nature it brings to your curb appeal.
Westcott Navy by Benjamin Moore
If you’re looking for a classic, darker color for your traditional updated home, Westcott Navy is a fantastic choice. It really pops when this hearty blue is paired with lighter and brighter elements, such as off-white trim or natural red brick. Westcott Navy can also appear more on the darker gray side when it’s paired with even darker colors.
Dover White by Sherwin Williams
Dover White by Sherwin Williams is one of the best warm white paint colors. This color is light and creamy, and it gives off a calming and relaxing vibe. If you’re looking to warm up your curb appeal, Dover White is an excellent choice.
Fieldstone by Benjamin Moore
If you’re looking for an organically neutral color with mid-range tone, Fieldstone by Benjamin Moore is a great option. It has an LRV of 42.18 and has plenty of depth with a nice earthy green undertone. Fieldstone is a versatile color and can be used in a variety of applications.
Mountain Road by Sherwin Williams
Mountain Road by Sherwin Williams is a beautiful, earthy neutral color that has an LRV of 23. It works really well to brighten up your home when it’s paired with prominent white elements. On the other hand, It can feel warm and rich when meshed with a darker color palette such as blacks, dark woods, and copper tones.
Grant Beige by Benjamin Moore
If you’re looking for something other than white, but still want a lighter, classic look, Grant Beige is a fantastic choice. We really love this color because it is so versatile and can be used in a variety of applications. It has an equal mix of gray and beige tones, including slight green undertones, which gives off a warm and soft feeling.
Andiron by Sherwin Williams
The last color is a great option for homeowners looking for a darker color. Andiron is a dark complex neutral with an LRV of just 5. It has a deep olive green hue with a strong dose of brown which gives it inviting warmth. Andiron can be used on both traditional and contemporary homes alike. It’s surprisingly versatile and pairs nicely even with red brick, black or white trim, and popular wood and stone cladding options.
If you are interested in having the exterior of your home professionally painted this spring, give our office a call today! We can show you any of the colors above, plus any other beautiful colors by Sherwin Williams or Benjamin Moore.