Apr 16, 2008 10:53 pm
due to issues with window manufacturers, I have had to change my window colour to woodland grey. from my samples it looks a little green/grey. this is now making me rethink my roof tile colours...was going to be blue dusk boral.
so we now have a firm decision for windows, fascia,gutters, downpipes as woodland grey.
the whole house to be rendered a taupe/oyster colour. DH thinks that the garage door should match the colourbond woodland grey, and I am inclined to agree.
my concern is should we choose a roof tile colour that matches woodland grey, or go for a lighter grey/brown....or something else
If we match, it may be overall a little bit too dark.
I would really like to see computer experts show me how the different facades would look...or can you show me woodland grey?
is it a green/grey, blue grey, or pure grey...
thanks for your input,
Re: facade colour dilemna4
Apr 16, 2008 11:14 pm
Woodland Grey appears to be a green-tinged charcoal colour. I would either go for Gunmetal or Black roof tiles (I used the Boral colour chart). I know you said you weren't keen on a dark tile, but with a taupe/oyster render, I think going any lighter would look a bit odd. Either of these colours, with a Woodland Grey garage door too, will make your home look sophisticated.
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