Maria Killam’s Masterclass on Exterior Colour Selection
The new trend for exterior colours is black and white. I’ve never seen a trend sweet the nation like this one.
But it was too early for beige to come back and grey is on it’s way out for most people who are in the know about colour.
White seems newer and fresher than any other colour.
However, there are many homes that have stone from previous colour trend cycles. Stone that if you pair it with the wrong white or even try to incorporate black, might make it all worse than it seems right now (if you are craving an update).
What is the most classic and timeless colour?
I was recently asked to help a client fall in love with their brand-new house. They had such high hopes for their custom-built home, but when they viewed the completed exterior, they were just unhappy.
And they didn’t know why. Does that sound familiar? It was an issue of the wrong paint colours selected to support all the other elements already on the house.
I identified the problem with the current colours and selected the right colours. When the new colours were painted they fell madly in love with their home, and one of my readers called me The Colour Whisperer.
I can be the Colour Whisperer for your house too.
In my Masterclass on Exterior Colour Selection you’ll learn:
Module 1: Getting Started
Module 2: How we’re influenced by Trends
Module 3: All About the Black + White Exterior Trend
Module 4: The Colour of Timeless Stone (Why it’s Important for you to know)
Module 5: Windows: Your First Step in a New Build
Module 6: Classic Brick + Stone: When to Combine it or Paint it
Module 7: The Best Exterior Paint Colours by Undertone
Module 8: Trim and Garage Doors: Create the Right Contrast & Balance
Module 9: The Most Versatile Roof Colours
Module 10: Best Front Door Colours
Module 11: Shutters: When they work, when they don’t, and the best colours
Module 12: Curb Appeal begins with Landscaping + How to Test Exterior Paint Colours
e-Design Exterior Colour Consultations which is done via email can give you just the right answer you’re looking for when making colour decisions for your home. If you would prefer a personal consultation with me to answer your specific questions and much more, find eDesign Consultations options avialable to you here.