ARTICLE Jon Ferris
With the help of professional painters, you can try to match exterior paint of your home with the surrounding landscape. It not only looks nice in appearance but also helps to maintain a normal temperature inside your residence.
If your house is in middle of the bush then painting with more earthy and natural tones is a good choice.
If you reside in a very dry area, try to use lighter colours like white, beige, off white, etc which do not absorb an excessive amount of heat. In cooler regions try to use darker shades like grey, brown, black, etc on exteriors to absorb more sunlight and heat to keep the house warm and cozy.
In colonised areas, try to choose external paints matching the colour scheme of the surrounding houses. This painting strategy blends your exterior of your home perfectly with the nearby homes, which looks quite elegant and appealing. Depending on the paint used on exterior walls, always choose complementary colours for the roof.
For instance, use red paint on the roof if the external walls are painted grey or brown. A brown coloured roof suits a house with lighter shades on its outer walls.
It is quite simple to come up with some creative house painting ideas when inspired from the surroundings.
Nature is full of colours and ideas to decorate your dwelling just by being receptive to innovative possibilities with help of professional painters.
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This article by Jon Ferris featured on page 38 in Issue 012 of Renovate Magazine. Renovate Magazine is an easy to use resource providing fresh inspiration and motivation at every turn of the page.
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