Exterior paint colors have a huge impact on a home's curb appeal, and thus, its value. Check out the pictures below for ideas and inspiration for the exterior paint of your house.

A bright blue color looks toned down with white trim.

Yellow makes the house appear fresh and inviting, but opt for a more muted (not neon) shade.

Playing with varying shades of the same color adds interest.

Use a muted tone for your base shade and lighter or brighter colors for trim and accents.

Opt for a softer tone with features like stone so that the front of the home doesn't look too busy.

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