Apr 19, 2008 5:46 pm
When we would paint our internal walls, we would always go 1/2 strength. We did this because the colour samples would always look too intense on the walls.
What is the rule for exterior colour intensity?
The larger the area :
1. the lighter the colour ?
2. the darker the colour ?
Built the Eden Brae Cambridge 34 Family with Boston Corner Facade
Re: Exterior Colours2
Apr 20, 2008 10:22 am
My rule with exterior colours is to do the shaker darker!
Once exposed to the bright sun, the colours will wash out at least 2 shades lighter, and can be very disappointing.
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