One way to achieve this end goal is to work with the colours in your home and make sure that they are pleasing to the vast majority of people that will view your home. You can’t please everybody but by keeping things as neutral as possible you can please most people.
neighborhood. Your house should fit right in colour wise. If it has a bright red garage and all of the other garages in the community are brown or black, it’s time to pick up a can of paint and get to work. It will only take a few hours to get your home to blend back into the neighborhood colours and only a few dollars will need to come out of your pocket to get it done.
darker one. Light tones can pull out the best of that exterior of your home has to offer without making it look out of place in the neighbourhood. On the other hand, any exterior areas on your home that have a flat or large surface should be painted in contrast – a washed-out look or colour.