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20 Inviting Home Exterior Color Palettes

From classic to bold, showcase your style outside your home with inspiration from these exterior paint color schemes that offer serious curb appeal — and beckon visitors inside.

Mustard Yellow + Brown + Honeysuckle White

This will give a subtle nod to Tudor style with its brown accents but will be thoroughly contemporary with a bright coat of mustard yellow. For such a statement, opt for a neutrally stained wood door.

Crab Apple + Blue Gray + Beige

Make a bold statement with warm and earthy red, a color that looks exceptional on traditional homes. Pair with a cool blue door and beige shutters for a classy all-American vibe.

Ivory + White + Aqua

Symmetrical homes evoke a sense of formality, elegance and heritage. Honor tradition with a lighter-colored palette rimmed by darker accents.

Prairie Brown + Gray + Yellow-Gold

Modern dwellings maintain a warm, yet minimalist vibe with a neutral palette of brown, gray and gold.

Cheerful Yellow + Cinnamon + Pure White

A modern beach house is perfect for this, as it warms in the sun with a custard yellow glow, grounded by a cinnamon stick front door. Pure white accents on the windows contribute to the crisp and clean vibe.

Apricot + Peach Cream + Green

To create a focal point at your front door, paint your entire exterior in similar shades of one color family.

White Putty + Taupe + Olive Green

Classic American homes with covered front porches, stonework, stucco and steep roofs benefit from natural color palettes. This simple yet sophisticated combination of soft taupe with an accent of olive is the perfect backdrop for a colorful landscape.

Green + Celestial Blue + Cotton White

Make a nod to your home’s environment with a color palette that matches its surroundings but still packs curb appeal.

Sandy Taupe + Brown

Who said beige has to be boring? This exterior color palette provides a neutral backdrop to a home’s lush green landscaping.

Slate Gray + White + Deep Turquoise

Capture sophistication and elegance with a muted blue-gray color palette accented by white trim.

Taupe + Beige + Brown + Rustic Red

This will make a traditional exterior root into its landscape with an earthy palette of taupe, beige, brown and red. Choose muted hues for a warn, sunbaked look.

Clay + Bitter Chocolate Brown

Gain inspiration for your color palette from your home’s materials. You can use tones of natural clay and dark brown, if you have natural stone and woodwork around your home.

Peach + Reddish Brown + Cream

Many Victorian homes showcase an explosion of colors in their exterior paint schemes. Not your style? Keep it soothing and simple: warm peach siding laced with red-tinted brown and cream trim.

Beige + Cream + Deep Blue

Spanish-style homes make a statement with accent colors. An example is a home with a lap pool; the warm navy blue will pick up its tones.

Sky Blue + Cream + Green-Tinted Beige

Show off the texture of exterior siding with a bold color choice such as sky blue trimmed with cream and beige. On cloudy days, your house will be the brightest on the block.

Gray + White + Moss Green

A Craftsman bungalow home beckons visitors inside with a warm, neutral palette in gray and white.

Cool Green + Butter Yellow + Pure White

Syncing up with nature’s tones is a sure way to evoke sensations of a calm and serene abode.

Pastel Green + White

A contemporary ranch home sits pretty in a bed of green. Simple white trim draws attention to architectural details, including a distinctive sunbaked brown roof.

Classic Black + White

A traditional home sticks to timeless neutrals with a black and white palette. This is one color scheme that will definitely not go out of style.

White + Dark Chocolate

High-contrast landscapes call for high-contrast color palettes. The beauty of this color combo? Any accent color can be chosen for outdoor furniture and decorations.

For photos of each color combination, as well as paints visit our source: HGTV