Snowcapped mountains and the first flakes of winter: These pure whites are always the prettiest. Whether for the body of a home, or as an accent color alongside darker hues, classic white always has a place.
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Cobble Stone is a rich neutral that will look put together on any home. A taupe-based hue with warm undertones, it works particularly well with darker accent colors. No need to overthink this classic choice.
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Navajo Beige is the kind of color than never goes out of style. A classic neutral, it works well with almost any stonework, creating a handsome combination that will fit into any neighborhood, or with any architectural style.
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A taupe-based color with darker undertones, Monterey Taupe offers a sophisticated and striking neutral. This color works well paired with its softer cousin, Cobble Stone.
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Like your favorite pair of khaki slacks, this warm, mid-tone brown pairs equally well with darker or lighter hues. Try it with Heathered Moss for a woodsy feel, or with Countrylane Red for a bolder look.
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The deep gray-brown of Timber Bark is pure elegance. Whether you choose it for the main body of your home, or as an accent, you won’t have to worry about it going out of style.
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This light neutral comes straight from the softest colors in nature, like sand and seashells. Use it as an understated accent, or for a whole house. Pearl Gray always feels elegant.
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Like the soft embrace of foggy day, this light gray tone with the softest hint of blue feels both cozy and cool. Think of Light Mist as a modern neutral that will lend a clean look to your home.
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Looking for a cozy, rustic neutral? Gray Slate can soften things up while adding an air of history. This is one of those timeless colors that works as an accent or whole house color. It also looks great with other shades of gray.
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There is a certain romance to darkness and shadows. Dark hues evoke passion, mystery and sophistication. Night Gray will automatically add depth and drama to your home.
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Like sitting at the water’s edge just as the sun starts to set, Boothbay Blue has a soothing effect. It is the perfect shade for those who love blue and are looking for a softer option.
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Like a navy blue suit or a midnight-blue evening gown, there is nothing classier than a deep-blue house, whether nestled in the country or city. Evening Blue is a striking shade that works with nearly any style architecture.
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Why do we love weathered grays so much? Because they are neutrals with personality. With its warmth and adaptability, Aged Pewter is the perfect complement to both beiges and other grays.
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Create the house that everyone notices and admires, just like the unique doors all over old European cities. Iron Gray's deep, bold shade provides a dramatic yet elegant look. Pair with Arctic White trim for a crisp combination that pops.
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Imagine an afternoon drive through the countryside, weaving through cornfields dotted with red farmhouses. That is the comforting feeling that Countrylane Red evokes. Like a rural North American landscape, this shade offers character, without overwhelming the eye.
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The defining brown. Woodstock Brown is a deep, natural shade that works well on its own, with stone accents, or as an accent color. If you don’t want to worry too much about alternative shades and know that you simply like brown, Woodstock is your color.
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Don’t be afraid of introducing some darkness to your home’s exterior. After all, a little mystery never hurts. Ideal for trim, Rich Espresso pairs well with Cobble Stone, Monterey Taupe and Timber Bark.
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Of all the colors on the color wheel, green is most often associated with renewal and freshness. Heathered Moss offers a subtle, light shade that will make you feel like spring has come to your house.
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