Palettes

Exterior House Color Schemes

We’re inspired by nature’s endless bounty of colors—from the muted tones of wheat and cotton to the vivid hues of a morning sunrise—and we wanted to share our ideas to help you choose from these thoughtfully selected exterior house color schemes. Whether your home is a new build, or you’re choosing materials for a complete exterior renovation, get started by taking a look at some of our favorite product color pairings for inspiration. Want to see how the entire palette looks on a home? Be sure to click on the Sample Home button at the top of each palette. 

Cozy & Quaint

Warm earth tones such as Briarwood, Colorado, and Sandalwood meet vibrant Burnt Orange in this head-turning color palette that continues to sizzle long after the last brilliant leaf of autumn falls to the ground.

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Rich & Captivating

Cool Deep Blue contrasts against a backdrop of warm Pueblo and creamy Birchwood, while Shadewood and Seaboard unify contrasting cools and warms. Classic Bronze adds further richness and depth. This sophisticated palette has a nautical feel that is captivating to the senses.

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Warm and Welcoming

Like the glow of a warm summer sunset, the luminous Hibiscus painted storm door and windows demand a second look, while earthy Saddlewood shake metal roofing, Clay vinyl siding, and a Café Cream entry door keep this head-turning palette on the mellow side. Wellington Chisel Cut™ stone is the perfect complement to cheery Hibiscus.
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Classic & Comforting

The timeless look of classic woodgrain gets a warm, spicy flair with rich Toffee, while Shadewood brings balance to the warmth. Denali and Stone unite warm and cool tones into an earthy blend that feels as comforting as the smell of apples and cinnamon wafting through the air on a fall day. Pure White adds a refreshing dollop of contrast to the mix.

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Lively and Adventurous

Invigorating Clover. Neutral, calming Everest. A splash of crisp, clean White that makes the other colors sparkle, and a hint of Nightfall to bring everything down to earth. Outdoorsy house color schemes such as this are as refreshing as the rich green grass in early spring, and are perfect for those who have a passion for adventure.

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Fresh Perspective

A new season is sometimes all it takes to start seeing things with a fresh perspective, and spring has a way of doing just that. Inspired by spring’s rejuvenating effect, this house color scheme marries sprightly Sage with earthy browns such as Saddlewood and Pecan, while Sandalwood and White complement the darker hues.

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Embracing Fun

Opportunities to embrace fun are all around us if we look for them, whether it’s turning up a favorite song on the car ride home or running through a sprinkler with the kids. Trendy colors such as Robin Egg provide the perfect opportunity to embrace fun house color schemes such as this, especially when paired with classic neutrals.

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First Impressions

Bold first impressions have an unforgettable impact. Full of confidence and character, this color palette showcases striking Cinnamon against steely Nightfall and Shadewood. Whisperwood blends cool and warm tones, while Linen offers refreshing contrast.

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Cool Deep Blue contrasts against a backdrop of warm Pueblo and creamy Birchwood, while Shadewood and Seaboard unify contrasting cools and warms. Classic Bronze adds further richness and depth. This sophisticated palette has a nautical feel that is captivating to the senses.

Warm earth tones such as Briarwood, Colorado, and Sandalwood meet vibrant Burnt Orange in this head-turning color palette that continues to sizzle long after the last brilliant leaf of autumn falls to the ground.

Settings

Bold first impressions have an unforgettable impact. Full of confidence and character, this is one of our bold house color schemes that showcases striking Cinnamon against steely Nightfall and Shadewood. Whisperwood blends cool and warm tones, while Linen offers refreshing contrast.

Opportunities to embrace fun are all around us if we look for them, whether it’s turning up a favorite song on the car ride home or running through a sprinkler with the kids. Trendy colors such as Robin Egg provide the perfect opportunity to embrace a fun home exterior palette, especially when paired with classic neutrals.
A new season is sometimes all it takes to start seeing things with a fresh perspective, and spring has a way of doing just that. Inspired by spring’s rejuvenating effect, this color palette marries sprightly Sage with earthy browns such as Saddlewood and Pecan, while Sandalwood and White complement the darker hues.
Invigorating Clover. Neutral, calming Everest. A splash of crisp, clean White that makes the other colors sparkle, and a hint of Nightfall to bring everything down to earth. This outdoorsy color palette is as refreshing as the rich green grass in early spring, and it’s perfect for those who have a passion for adventure.
The timeless look of classic woodgrain gets a warm, spicy flair with rich Toffee, while Shadewood brings balance to the warmth. Denali and Stone tie warm and cool tones together in an earthy blend that feels as comforting as the smell of apples and cinnamon wafting through the air on a fall day. Pure White adds a refreshing dollop of contrast to the mix.
Like the glow of a warm summer sunset, aluminous Hibiscus painted Deluxe™ storm door and painted windows demand more than a passing glance. Earthy Saddlewood shake metal roofing and versatile Clay vinyl siding keep this head-turning palette grounded, while a mellow Café Cream Legacy™ steel entry door and soft Linen Timberbay™ accent shakes feel light and inviting. With tones of browns and beiges, Wellington Chisel Cut™ stone is the perfect complement to cheery Hibiscus.