Renovation + Home Improvement
Oct 20, 2018 1:44 pm
So my Hubby and I are finally getting around to renovating our double storey 1970's brick render house. I am so stuck on colours though and could really use some help deciding. We have a cement tile roof, arched garage doors and front door. Is anyone good with photoshop so i can see a quick mock up of a colour scheme below? OR point me in the direction of any programs that can do this easily. I really love the Hamptons style colour schemes but don't have a hamptons house. Can anyone give me your thoughts on the colour scheme? Please Help.
Roof, Gutters and Fascia - Dulux Dark Grey (or Monument - i feel Monument is too black??) I'm going for a dark grey but Basalt when sprayed comes out too light.
Front Door, eaves, window frames and balcony railing - Dulux Vivid White (or similar)
Garage Doors - Dulux Flooded Gum
Main House Render - Dulux Dieskau 150% (or plain Dieskau or double strength???)
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