You must have come across plenty of inspiration for the most popular, common, best exterior paint colour combinations. But, if you want your house to stand out, you can’t blend in. Explore a range of house exterior paint colour combinations that will give your house a refreshing, eye-catching look. In a world of blending in, choose to stand out!
Yellow and Black
This bumblebee colour scheme is hard to ignore. The black accents subdues the sheeny quality of yellow. The result is a crisp and sharp looking home exterior design.
Berger Colour Catalogue Recommendation: Honey Bunch (3T0732) and Black Limo (8A1696)
Mint and Brown
The minty green and earthy brown together cast a light, soft and relaxing mood. While the mint complements the greenery around the house, the brown adds subtle contrast.
Berger Colour Catalogue Recommendation: Elemint (4P0093) and Muddy Path (8D2526)
Pink and Grey
This one is certainly an unusual colour combination for house outer colour. The grey window paint acts as a balancing factor. It gives depth to the house and cuts down the starkness of pink. This home exterior combo is sure to charm!
Berger Colour Catalogue Recommendation: Evening Rose (1T0508) and Grey Grove (8D1702)
Red, White and Grey
A hint of red added to this white and grey home gives it a unique kiss of colour. The red also draws attention and highlights the architectural details of the home. Since red is a bold, fiery colour, a limited dose of it is just enough to make your house stand out on your street.
Berger Colour Catalogue Recommendation: Sheer Red (1A1976), Wedding Gown (8P0201) and Castel Ford (8D1695)