Blue houses are more traditional and yellow are more quaint. White houses stand out and brown ones can get lost in the shuffle. The key to major curbside appeal is in the combinations of colors, from the shutters to the siding. Today, we’re filling you up with lots of exterior inspiration in the form of funky, fun color pairs. Lets’ take a look!
1. Purple and Yellow.
Purple and yellow works wonders inside the house, in all shades. So, why not use it outside too? It’s funky, it’s fresh and looks amazing on homes with a Victorian, old-age spirit.
2. White and Pink.
The pink alone makes this a funky color combination. With a small cottage house, you can make any super feminine shade work, including a shade of bright blush!
3. Green and Charcoal.
A minty hue with a touch dark and mysterious charcoal looks amazing on large homes. Whether it’s a modern built or an New England, vintage-inspired house, this combination is striking.
4.Yellow and Blue.
With the right shades, yellow and blue can emit a funky and trendy style. Both colors are quite traditional on exteriors, but paired together, it’s quite both.
5. Orange and Purple.
It has a tropical vibe and a youthful spirit. If your home is small with a delicate touch, this pairing may give it the bit of edge you’re looking for.
6. Pink and Black.
My favorite of the bunch, pink and black homes know how to make a scene, in a good way. It’s another pairing that works with any style building, from Victorian to modern and crisp.
7. Purple and Green.
Fashionable, it’s not the best combination. But, if you want something different and unique on a home that already has lots of character, then go for it!
8. Black and Yellow.
The yellow is smooth and the black is creates a fierce contrasts. This pair on such a traditional home makes a spark unlike any other.