What color turquoise to paint exterior house

I like Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue and Sherwin Williams Hazel but does anyone have something in that family that would perhaps be better

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Dec 19, 2017
    Paint questions are truly to personal. When in doubt buy color samples and test them.choose what you like .

  • FL FL on Dec 19, 2017
    Its all about your preference. There are programs where you can download a photo of a house and insert different paint colors to try them out with different trim colors for shutters and the front door. I found one on Sherwin Williams but there are other choices online: https://www.sherwin-williams.com/visualizer#/active/sample-scenes

  • Kay27246977 Kay27246977 on Dec 19, 2017
    i don't have any suggestions except to say make sure you don't go too bright as it will end looking like a kids book

  • Molly Anmar Molly Anmar on Dec 19, 2017
    Here are a number of inspirations for paint, D:

  • Shoshana Shoshana on Dec 20, 2017
    I like something like this-

  • MadameRã MadameRã on Dec 20, 2017
    I cant give brand names as i have learn’t that a lot is still differently made from different countries.. As a Decor Artist/tradie, colour is something i get right for masses: i wish i could be there to explain however i will be as simple as possible. THIS special colour has many in its family,& if used on the outside its generally best to keep it at the lighter shade end... Why? No matter the property, the overall look will remain within a dated look// including taste that says sensible. One can always alter windows/& colours though not always an entire property. *Just take some time to think about this, bring home sample cards & stick them on the outside with your morning light shining on the area,& stand back to have a good look~ you may even see two shades that will work nicer put together as a new shade. And please dont be offended on the statement that male vision has a reduction of clarity with many a colour; this is true generally, though not so if one is serious & takes a bit more of a proper pre-thought/& looking time:)
    Happy Crafting...

  • Bernadette Staal Bernadette Staal on Dec 20, 2017
    Only you can decide what is the best tone for you. I would suggest plenty of test pots because the colour you have chosen can be soft or harsh and it would entirely depend on the look you have in mind. I would also seriously consider going for a plain white trim for your windows and doors because again you could find two colours that really clash and white goes with everything and always makes a colour selection "Pop". Maybe put all the colours you are thinking of up. Some in the sun and sun in the shade and use Christmas as a time to have a family and or neighbourhood colour selection competition. Make it a bit of fun.