Here’s a sneak peak of the exterior house colors and paint job on our Modern Bungalow. You can see the color choices are bold and edgy, playing into our contemporary design twist and coming out just as I planned.
I didn’t pull the window trim color all around the house to the corners and smaller areas intentionally to give it a more mod feel, it worked well as there is enough detail already in the siding design without the extra coloring. For me the stained eaves and dark rafter tails really do it.
Exterior house colors are all satin and as follows: Body SW Wheat Grass, Shingles SW Edgy Gold, Trim SW Ionic Ivory, Rafters and tails Cromwell Grey, Eaves Behr semi-transparent Natural Cedartone. Next, we are moving inside to the interior paint and tile.
Looks great Tom! It’s all coming together very fast.
Question: When you paint the interior walls, do you prefer rolling or spraying (and then backroll)?
I’ve painted both ways but spraying and back rolling is the preferred method by most. The sprayer essentially just gets the material up on the walls quicker and the roller is applying it.
We are painting the inside now, there are several different methods as far as the order to do your interior in, I might cover these in the next post. Thanks for following!