Neutrals like white don’t have to be one-note. Pick a shade with undertones that match the rest of your exterior color scheme. On this home, white siding with blue undertones melds gracefully with a bright blue front door and powder-blue porch furniture and pendant light. Each color in the trio is distinct, but their commonalities create perfect harmony. Denver House Paint Color A monochromatic kitchen in Benjamin Moore's Rockport Gray makes for a sophisticated yet soothing statement. Birmingham-based interior designer Dana Wolter used it on her client's cabinetry, trim, walls, and even the ceiling, utilizing different finishes and varied custom paint intensities to create a subtle contrast. "I love this shade of gray as it reads as a neutral with its warm, taupe undertones," Wolter says. "It blends with shades of gray, green, and browns, making it versatile in its appeal. It's just a warm, welcoming hue."
Like an artist coordinating all elements of a painting, a house color consultant draws in many aspects of a home before choosing the final colors. Designer and color consultant Kimberly Laten, from Color Design LLC, expertly gauged the tan intensity of this Arizona home's stucco exterior based on many factors, including the dazzling blue desert sky and white clouds, lush green lawn, and earthy olive-green succulents. House Paint Color Denver