Gray is not considered to be a lively color as it adds a monotonous feel to the building and its exteriors. White can actually create the right balance and can live up the entire place. Detailing like Eaves, columns and window frames in white can spark up the entire look as gray goes well with white. White not only adds energy it also makes it look more graceful and finished. The same can be used for gardens to be used for fencing and railings for the same treat to eyes.
Two Tone of Gray
Choosing white for weatherboards would be so tolerant with rough weather, dirt whereas gray can age very nicely, you cannot see a speck of dirt on gray. You can design the elegant looking house of yours with slate gray tiles especially for roof combined and coordinated with mid-tone gray weatherboarding to ace the look. The entire structure looks interesting with fresh designing with the use of gray paint for exteriors. The gray tones work even well for facades done with bricks or partial weatherboarding. If you feel you can’t match the colors right then choose at least two tones lighter color for weatherboarding than walls.
Gray is synonymous to grace as it gives an elegant look to entire house and makes exteriors of place shine in every weather and season.
Weatherboarding and Tiling
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