Take a look at this house we recently completed on North Terrace. The siding used to be pink, but the homeowner hated it! She selected various shades of blue-gray, from frosty white to nearly black to transform her home. We love how her color choices brought new life to the house.
Kevin snapped this photo of a client’s window boxes and we just loved them! Window boxes are a charming way to add visual interest to your house. Below are some colorful suggestions for plants that do well in window boxes – most are classic garden annuals you may already be familiar with. Window boxes are […]
Don’t be afraid of green – it can be a great, subtle color that is common in many historic palettes. Greens that are almost grey or tan are usually the safest bet. Choose contrasting trim and accent colors like creamy white and warm, reddish brown. They will keep the house from blending in completely with the […]
Check out the amazing colors on this home painted by Rutgers Painting in June 2013! The siding color, Hale Navy HC-154, has gotten a lot of attention as the shutter color on another house we painted, and the bright lemon yellow door was exactly the right choice to add a modern twist to this Maplewood, […]
This center-hall colonial in Glen Ridge is exactly the kind of home that comes to mind when you think of New Jersey. Its cheerful yellow siding is matched with a bright red door and deep green shutters. The homeowner was smart to choose Permanent Paint because mildew and dust can take a toll on light colored homes, making them […]
If you’re looking to add a charming, welcoming pop of color to your home, you might want to consider a bright yellow front door. The front door is a popular place to showcase color because it’s highly visible, but is fairly easy to update down the road if your tastes change. The shades below are […]
Sometimes simple and restrained is the best way to show off a home’s detail. These homeowners selected a tonal mix of neutral browns and a rich, classic burgundy. White trim easily gives a clean finish and creates plenty of contrast. Check out the picture of this historic home painting transformation provided below!
We all know that gray is a classic color for the exterior, but recently, it seems like we’re using it on even more homes. Below are six of our most popular colors from this year. In the photo above is Crownsville Gray, BM HC-106 (source: sixtyfifthavenue.blogspot.com). Like many grey color schemes, it uses a classic […]
This Tudor in Westfield, New Jersey has a bit more color than the classic white & brown seen on similar homes, but we love the way the mossy green and rich red contrast with each other.
We’re seeing a trend of bold colored front doors, and not just the classic reds. Blues, from deep shades of navy to cheerful aqua, have been showing up more often. Here are a few shades that might be worth considering – including the bright turquoise chosen by Young House Love.