Most Popular Exterior Paint Colors of 2009
Add curb value to your house by painting it one of the top paint color choices for 2009 listed below. In general, hot trends this year include eco-conscious colors inspired by the earth and sky, as well as conservative tones that mimic traditional paisley, herringbone and argyle hues.
Gliddon's Artic Stone that shades between blue, grey and even green depending on the accent colors used.
Dutch Boy's Kelsey Island Green is a classic neutral green that can be dressed down in even more neutral tones on the trim or dressed up in color on the front door to add a little spice.
Looking for a strong color like adobe or clay, but not quite that bold? Try Sherwin-William's Alaea matched with tan or grey trim with a dark accent door will give your house appeal without garnering too much attention.
Sherwin-Williams Downing Stone is a warm, elegant gray that's especially lovely for home-owners who like their homes to be a little darker, but still chic.
Behr's Ground Ginger is a warm neutral brown that combines well with creamy trims and even a dark amethyst door for a classy and unique look.
Luckily most paint manufacturers have color project websites that bring your design ideas to life before buying paint. Remember, exterior paint jobs should have at least three colors, so that trim and accents can stand out.
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