Trim colors for my home

As you can see I'm experimenting with different colors on the shutters white, black or maybe not even shutters not sure, what do you guys think. Also the color of the trim on the house, was thinking maybe just go with basic white or dark Brown any suggestions would be greatly appreciated .
q trim colors for my home
q trim colors for my home
q trim colors for my home
q trim colors for my home
q trim colors for my home
  12 answers
  • Sunny C Sunny C on Aug 31, 2017
    Hello Deana; If I were redoing your trim and shutters, I would use a medium tan color, as it will make your home pop. Due to using that color.
    I hope that this helps you!!! Have fun and Take Care!
  • Lyn15291588 Lyn15291588 on Aug 31, 2017
    I like the black. It gives a more updated sophisticated look. The white looks too abrasive especially with the dark frame on the windows.
  • Wendy Wood Wendy Wood on Aug 31, 2017
    You know with your brick white would really look nice. Would make the house look brighter. I just had mine painted and thought I'd go crazy picking a color. I did colonial blue but my bricks are grey and white with a little red.

  • 861650 861650 on Aug 31, 2017
    Black does look the best. However, Was looking at the color on the window trim, the white post on the porch and the cement porch. I studied all the colors in the brick. Then I just got stuck. I Googled, "shutter colors for brick houses" and found hundreds of ideas and more. Check it out. Pin the one's you like then set it aside. After a couple of days, go back through your pins and delete what you don't like. Then, go back through it again and pick out only the one's you "love." This is a great process and really works well.
  • KattywhampusLOL KattywhampusLOL on Aug 31, 2017
    Hello Deana, Dark roof, dark walls .. you need something light to bring some balance but white would be too bright. I am thinking along the lines of an off-white -- close to the color of the grout, and I like the look of shutters... it would be great if they were REAL shutters that could be closed to protect the glass windows in a storm ;) Thanks for asking HOMETALK for opinions :)
  • Louise Settelmyer Louise Settelmyer on Sep 01, 2017
    For one thing...You can't even see the front door which should be the focal I would paint it so as to have it stand out big time...then see how you feel about the shudder colors..
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    • Louise Settelmyer Louise Settelmyer on Sep 01, 2017
      I don't think I would go in the minty direction....not with your brick color....perhaps an bold deeper red-orange...or deep orangy- yellow...think fall colors and how they are so beautiful together....just a thought
  • Sharon Sharon on Sep 01, 2017
    I prefer the black, it stands out better against that brick, that tan color doesn't go at all IMHO it looks to pink- based taupe.
  • Judy King Judy King on Sep 01, 2017
    I like the dark!
  • Louise Settelmyer Louise Settelmyer on Sep 01, 2017
    I would definitely work on the door first and go from there....perhaps you would then like to match the trim to the can always paint over the door if you don't is always fun to try outside the box
  • Lori Lori on Sep 03, 2017
    I would start with a bright door color...something that pops...instead of shutters I would do a trellis with a flowering vibe between the Windows.
  • Kathleen Ann Kathleen Ann on Sep 03, 2017
    Dark Blue, not navy. Use matching color accents like hanging planters on the porch. Also landscaping 2 feet deep on the inside of your driveway, incorporating some of the same blue (pottery or glass).
    If that is too bold for you, I would go with a cream color.
  • Linda Linda on Apr 05, 2020

    I think brightening it up with a white would look nice and adding some shutters.