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Exterior Elevation Colour Schemes

There is an art to selecting your exterior elevation lights so that they stand out and look great. As with most areas of your home, light creates a mood so the right choice of colour will really enhance the space you have to work with. You don’t want your lights to be too dark or garish looking, but equally you don’t want them to be too bright either. Here are a few tips on selecting the perfect colour scheme for your lights.

When working on your house plan, first consider the overall style that you are going for. If your house plan embraces modern styling, then your interior design will need to be equally modern too. With this in mind you may want to opt for some lighter colours like pale green or light blue. If your house plan embraces more traditional styling, then go with darker hues like midnight blue or straw bale to create a stunning effect.

Once you’ve worked out the overall style and design of your house plan, it’s time to start thinking about your elevation colours. It is very important to make sure that your final decision of colour doesn’t clash with anything else in your house plan. You do not want to have an unpleasant contrast between your interior design and exterior design with your exterior lights. In addition, it’s important to remember that many homeowners will choose their front elevation design as the dominant design feature of the house plan. This means that the front elevation colour needs to be very striking to help set the mood for the rest of the house.

Once you have a good idea in mind for the front elevation of your home, it’s time to start thinking about the rest of the exterior elevation design. Many homeowners tend to stick with the same colours they have used in the interior, but if you want to inject some variety into your home design, then add a splash of colour here and there. It’s also important to pay attention to your accessories, especially those that are used most often, like your carport or garage. Even something as simple as a flower pot can lend a unique and unexpected touch to your exterior elevation plan.

You also need to think about the trim colours for your house plan. Your trim colour needs to compliment the colours in your exterior colour scheme, but can also work to contrast with the colours in your field colour scheme. If you’re planning on using a lot of one shade of colour in your exterior colour scheme, then it’s best to stick to that one colour. However, if you find that the shade of colour you want doesn’t work as well with your field colour scheme, then it’s probably best to use a lighter shade of that colour. On the other hand, if you find that the colours you want to contrast with each other and you don’t want to change your exterior colour scheme, then you can use variations of all three colours in your design.

When choosing your colours for the various features of your home, try to consider where they’ll be placed the most. For example, if you have a front entry way and an upstairs landing, you might want to choose deep red or deep purple for the front entrance so that they pop with your bright primary colour scheme. Or if you have white trim on your primary living room floor and walls, then you’ll want to keep the white trim in a softer shade so that it doesn’t appear as a stark contrast to the other colours in your exterior colour scheme. This is another great way to save money and still get all the great colours you want in your exterior walls and floors.

Remember that you don’t have to stick with your chosen colour scheme and you don’t have to match your colours exactly to your home’s exterior. Think outside the box and be daring with your colour choices. You can mix and match colours and accentuate spaces with different intensities. If you have an L-shaped living space with a long hallway going from the entrance to the main room, then you could choose two different colours for the hallway and have a bright, bold focal point in the middle. Be creative and you’ll never run out of inspiration when it comes to mixing different colours and intensities to create the look and feel you love.

It may sound counter-intuitive, but in truth light-coloured walls are more welcoming than dark ones. A light-coloured wall will make a room seem larger because light bounces off the walls. This is why the colour white is often used for larger windows in new buildings so that more light will be allowed into the building. Similarly, lighter colours on an exterior elevation display such as a light-coloured concrete walkway make the area seem wider, whereas dark concrete makes the space feel cozier.

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  • we will start working on elevation colours
  • it will take 2 to 3 working days to complete

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