Exterior Home Paint Palette

I am often asked about our house colors, and I matched our colors to create a Dutch Boy Exterior Home Paint Palette.

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Exterior Home Paint Palette

  • Painted Brick: Our brick paint color is very similar to Dutch Boy 016W – Worn Pages.
  • Trim: Our trim color matches Dutch Boy 440-2DB Rhino-ed Gray.
  • Front Door: Painted in Dutch Boy 427-6DB Cattails

If you want more details on our front door, you can see more in this post.

I painted all the other exterior doors in a color that is very similar to the trim on our home – Dutch Boy Rhino-ed Gray.

Dutch Boy Rhino-ed Gray Paint

This is the side front door of our home and the Rhino-ed Gray is the perfect complement to our painted brick.

I painted our side garage door in the same color.

And also painted our patio doors in the back of our home.

I used Dutch Boy Platinum Plus Cabinet, Door & Trim Paint which is a water-based alkly enamel that goes on silky smooth.

I love the look of the semi-gloss, but I opted for satin since the rest of my home exterior is similar.

I love this paint because it is thick and coats well. It works well for exteriors as well as interiors, and I also used it to paint our home library bookshelves.

When looking for exterior door colors, I knew I wanted a warm gray to compliment our off-white painted brick.

Exterior Paint Colors for Trim and doors

I narrowed it down to two paint colors.

Best Warm Grays:

  • Dutch Boy 439-2DB Scalloped Gray
  • Dutch Boy 440-2DB Rhino-Ed Gray
Warm Gray Exterior Paint Colors

They are both beautiful warm gray paint colors, but I obviously ultimately decided on Rhino-Ed Gray because it best matched my home’s trim color.

What are some of your favorite exterior home paint palettes?

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