"I wanted to lighten up a dark, modest Craftsman house with a pop of yellow on the front door. Yellows can often be too juvenile, too in-your-face, too much, but the little bit of lime in this one makes it more sophisticated. It's playful and happy but not too Disney. Do it in high gloss for depth." -Tamara Kaye-Honey. Casava 15-10 by Pratt & Lambert
Sand and aqua. This combination calls to mind beaches and pristine aqua waves, so it’s a natural choice if you want to cultivate a coastal vibe. The aqua front door here is bold, while the underside of the porch roof and the roof overhangs suggest blue sky. White trim keeps the overall look neat and crisp. The aqua hue appears again in a custom beach glass mosaic on the stair risers.
Sherwin Williams "Naval Blue" works well with the gloss white trim plus the natural wood shakes on the gable and natural wood finish on the front door. We paint homes in the #Bellingham WA area, and w recommend #SherwinWilliams paints. http://www.northpinepainting.com
This link shows such an amazing transformation. I love the new look of the house- dark homes with contrasting pops of whites have a special place in my heart. Lastly, such a great idea to put cedar shingles to cover old foundation!
This is close to what I had envisioned for the garage! Grey shingles, white trim, good mix of stone, black accents incl. down spouts + house number. The doors will need to be CARRIAGE DOORS. #1928home #Garage #shingles Seattle - credit: GR Home/Graciela Rutkowski Interiors