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One of the most common questions that people ask themselves when they’re considering buying a new home is what to do with their yard and garden. If you’re thinking about building a new home, landscaping is something you’ll want to consider, but it’s not something you can just throw in with your house’s interior color scheme.
For the same reason that you can’t paint your interior, you can’t just paint your exterior too. A building is made from bricks and mortar, and the exterior of a home is made from steel. This means that a homeowner needs to think about the look of their yard and gardens from the exterior of the home, but also has to think about how the exterior of the home will affect the look of the interior.
This is where I start to disagree with the whole idea of painting your home. Painting your home is a great way to make your interior look good, but a homeowner shouldn’t paint their exterior either. When it comes to exterior paint colors, there is no right or wrong, only what is right for the home. A homeowner who chooses to paint their exterior will often get the wrong colors for the right look.
Sure, you can paint your home in a variety of colors and get the right look, but don’t expect to get the same look in your interior. If you have a kitchen with white cabinets and a dark gray ceiling, and you paint your interior in the same color, it will look awful.
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It is not just paint that can mess with your home’s interior color. Sometimes the exterior paints you choose for a project can come back even worse than the interior paint. I had a friend who painted his house in a dark gray color and the interior was a dark gray color. The exterior was a light gray, but the interior was still dark gray.
If you buy a paint that is not the same color as your house, you are asking the paint to “protect” your house from all sorts of outside forces. Your paint will be less effective at “protecting” your house if the color doesn’t have the same basic hue (or value) as your house. It is possible to have a house painted in a dark color that is not the same color as your house, but that is not very common.