When it comes to choosing paint color, you can’t just ask for brown! There are a myriad of paint color choices in browns including cool browns, warm browns, and true browns from light beige to almost black. Color is a decision based on personal preference but fortunately there are some helpful tools available that can help you make the all important choice between those shades you adore such as Butternut, Copper Pot and Umber Rust!
Sherwin Williams Paint Color Wheel
Color wheels and paint chips help you narrow down the scope of your paint color decision between the many different shades and hues of each color. Bill Engler Painting preferred paint manufacturer is Sherwin Williams and our expert painters carry a helpful color wheel to help make your selection as Sherwin Williams carries over 1,500 paint colors! Color wheels also assist in matching color to existing walls or other painted surfaces. Sherwin Williams offers a convenient mobile app, virtual design studio as well as modern to historical color palettes.They also sort colors by collection from such as by decade and lifestyle to kids colors and more. Sherwin Williams has several collections geared specifically for exterior painting projects to from Northern Shores & Seaports to Suburban Traditional.
Choosing Exterior Paint Color Combinations
Choosing exterior paint colors is an important decision that adds beauty, charm and curb appeal to your home. It’s also a decision you may have to live with for 7 to 10 years if you don’t sell the home. In short, you will want to make sure you are more than comfortable with your color choices before and after the paint dries! Bill Engler Painting’s professional exterior painting contractors can assist you in selecting your exterior paint colors or solid stains. You may want to start by considering the things you aren’t planning to change such as the unpainted roof, brick, stone and other material on your home’s exterior as well as landscaping features. This will help you choose paint colors that work harmoniously with them. Other helpful tips include the fact that lighter paint colors make a home seem larger, a prominent accent color can highlight a unique design element while choosing a paint color that matches your siding can help hide an unsightly design feature.
Light Affects Paint Color!
The appearance of a color’s vibrancy and hue may be altered at lower and higher light levels. It is a good idea to test a paint spot of your chosen colors on your home both day and night as well as in different types of daylight including sunny and cloudy conditions. It is also helpful to consider the direction your house faces. If your house faces north, the paint colors will generally look cooler, while a southern exposure tends to warms the paint color as their is a higher amount of UV light. Sun exposure will fade the paint on your home eventually and some paint colors fade quicker than others. If this is a concern, you will want to choose earth tone paint colors such as browns or tans and stay away from colors such as reds, blues, yellows.
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Bill Engler Painting can assist you in your painting project from consulting in paint colors and types to all the prep work including repairs and painting to perfection. Contact us today to discuss your next painting related project!