May 28, 2010 3:50 pm
As the title states, I'm looking for examples of what a garage door would look like in surfmist?
I'm tossing up between surfmist and classic cream (colorbond).
In your opinion, do you think classic cream is too yellowy? I'm looking for a more whitish look. I have sample colours at home and not sure which one would look better. The colour samples are too small to really know what it will look like on a larger scale. Your opinions would be greatly appreciated!
Re: Anybody have a picture of a surfmist garage door?2
May 28, 2010 4:18 pm
We have surfmist with limestone bricks. The pics are in the link above.
Built with New Generation (Summit Homes)
We own land!... with a slab on it! Plus a shell of a house with stuff inside !
Re: Anybody have a picture of a surfmist garage door?3
May 28, 2010 4:21 pm
I'm not familiar with Classic Cream but here's a Surfmist garage door...
Re: Anybody have a picture of a surfmist garage door?4
May 28, 2010 4:39 pm
IMHO classic cream is very yellow, especially when combined with non yellow colours. It wasn't a hard decision for us.
This is ours, surfmist roof and door with dulux white duck quarter strength walls
Re: Anybody have a picture of a surfmist garage door?5
May 28, 2010 5:06 pm
Thanks very much. That is the colour I was going for. I think I will go for dark gutters to match the roof, maybe monument, but surfmist fascias to go with the garage door. And I think I'll choose a white colour for the windows - now to find the right white!
Thanks again guys
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