5 Trending Exterior Paint Colors We Love

A home’s exterior is the first thing everyone sees – make a colorful first impression! From classic blues to cheerful yellows, we love the view that these trending hues create.

Endless Sea

Endless Sea’s vivid shade of blue draws you in with a jewel-toned charm that speaks for itself. Whether it’s used on a colonial or a craftsman, this welcoming hue brings a classic beauty to any home’s exterior.

Gossamer Veil

Add a hint of color with Gossamer Veil. This light shade of gray features subtle green undertones that lend this hue its versatile look. Whether you pair it with warm tones or cool tones, this transitional shade goes with either.

Cyberspace

Cyberspace’s bold shade of charcoal is a go-to favorite that’s known for making a statement. Not only does this rich hue create attention-grabbing color, but its neutral tone helps design an exterior that plays well with everything.

Creamy

Farmhouse charm surrounds this shade of white that’s all about simple style. Creamy’s warm hue is soft and inviting to create a neutral backdrop where other exterior details like shutters and doors can stand out.

Gambol Gold

Say hello to a cheerful home with Gambol Gold. This happy hue is the perfect color for a bright exterior that feels warm and inviting all year long. Pair this golden shade with white trim to create a color combination that’s timeless.

21 Comments

  1. I use Cyberspace all of the time on my clients’ exteriors & interiors too! It’s stunning!

    LARA DAHM
    • I’m in search of a front door color. Do you use this color on front doors? Shutters? I’ve always used a different color for doors and shutters. Thinking of matching this time on my brick home. Always interested in opinions/advice.

      Terri Blazier
    • Laura what color would you paint with a dark grey roof? Currently the house I moved into is white with black shutters.

  2. I used SW Salty Dog for my exterior doors, shutters and some trim. It looks fabulous.

  3. Do you have to power wash outside sliding before you use your paint and does it have a under coat already in it ?

    Florence A. Naser
  4. I just did my doors and shutters with SW Salty Dog and they look great.

  5. I love SW paints! Quality matters. Need a very soft, light gray for a bathroom, white trim. Suggestion?

    • Sherwin-Williams

      Hi Mary! We appreciate your kind words! Take a look at the following grays:
      Light French Gray SW 0055
      Roycroft Mist Gray SW 2844
      Zircon SW 7667

      Sherwin-Williams
  6. What are the prep steps when painting outside brick?

    • Sherwin-Williams

      Hi Tricia! Before painting, brick should be thoroughly cleaned to remove any dust, dirt or efflorescence from the surface that may prevent the paint from adhering. Thoroughly clean the brick with heavy-duty soap and water using a sponge or scrub brush to ensure the surface is clean and prepped for paint. Allow the brick to dry for 24 hours (minimum) before painting.

      Sherwin-Williams
  7. I need help finding an exterior color for my two story Spanish style home with a terra cotta color tile roof. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you

    • Sherwin-Williams

      Hi Sally! Consider our free 30-minute virtual consultations with one of our color experts to get one-on-one guidance for your painting project via text, email, phone call or video chat. Complete the form to request a Virtual Color Consultation

      Sherwin-Williams
  8. HOA restriction I have a tan roof I am thinking of a white body which allowed but the trim colors are.: Sw7031 Mega Greige. SW6067 mocha (presently on trim) hate it. SW 6115 totally tan and SW 6129 restrained gold. ( I like. I really love all the gray they recommend= But I aSW7029 agreeable grey

  9. Our house is red and brown brick with creamy off white siding and garage doors. I need suggestions for a trendy color that will make my house pop! Color for front door too.

    • Sherwin-Williams

      Hi Linda! The Modern Farmhouse look is really trending right now for exteriors. Consider sticking with a warm white on your siding and then paint your garage and front door a warm greige. Take a look at:

      Body Color
      Eider White SW 7014
      Whitetail SW 7103

      Door Colors
      Charcoal Blue SW 2739
      Dorian Gray SW 7017

      Sherwin-Williams
  10. I have old Chicago brick on my house and it seems I need some sort of white for the stuccoed areas with another color – another white —on trim. Any suggestions. OC has a pinkish hue and a grey mortar.

    • Sherwin-Williams

      Hi Jackie! Instead of using a typical white, consider using a palette of whites with a greige undertone. A greige (grey+beige) will echo the color in your mortar and help unify all the different tones in your brick. Take a look at:

      Body
      Egret White SW 7570
      Heron Plume SW 6070

      Trim:
      Snowbound SW 7004
      Toque White SW 7003

      Sherwin-Williams
  11. Will windy blue sw6240 and distance sw6243 work with creamy sw7012?

    • Sherwin-Williams

      Both of those blues would look beautiful with Creamy SW 7012 which has an understated yellow undertone.

      Sherwin-Williams

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